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Wind Creek to reopen its three Alabama properties

Wind Creek Montgomery, Wind Creek Wetumpka and Wind Creek Atmore will start with a soft opening for invited guests on 4 June followed by a public opening on 8 June.

Wind Creek's Alabama properties extend closures until further notice

Due to the continuing uncertainty of COVID-19, Wind Creek has decided to extend its temporary closures of Wind Creek Atmore, Wind Creek Montgomery and Wind Creek Wetumpka until further notice.

Wind Creek's Alabama properties to remain closed until 30 March

Upon further consideration of the events occurring during these unprecedented times facing our country, Wind Creek will voluntarily extend the closure of its Alabama properties until 30 March 2020.

Million dollar winner believes win was answer to prayer

Win occurred while Gloria was playing the Million Degrees electronic bingo game.

Wind Creek Montgomery opens 123 luxury rooms

Montgomery's sister locations in Atmore and Wetumpka have been designated as AAA Four Diamond hotels, so expectations are high that the Montgomery retreat will garner the same distinction.

Casino Creek Montgomery to open to public with new name, expansion on Dec. 1

The casino will has been renamed Wind Creek Casino & Hotel Montgomery.

Montgomery casino to execute $65M upgrade

$65 million upgrade on the cards for Creek Casino Montgomery.

Jury deliberations start tomorrow in electronic bingo corruption retrial

Jury to begin deliberations on Thursday morning in vote-buying, corruption case retrial.

Alabama governor declares bingo machines are illegal

News brief: Gov. Bob Riley has told manufacturers of electronic bingo machines that he believes the devices are illegal in the state and they could be prosecuted.

Alabama judge tosses gambling lawsuit

News brief: The federal judge rejected a lawsuit made by the Alabama attorney general on the expansion of gambling on Indian lands.

Mississippi Tribal Leader Welcomes Competition

News Brief: Choctaw Chief Phillip Martin said he's not overly concerned about a $300 million gambling complex proposed for Montgomery, Alabama, by the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in partnership with Harrah's Entertainment Inc.

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