Harlow’s Casino reopens after repairs, flood
Published: June 1,2011
GREENVILLE — Harlow’s Casino Resort & Hotel in Greenville has reopened after being closed due to storm damage received in April and the Mississippi River flood.
Churchill Downs Incorporated, which owns the 33,000-square foot casino on the Mississippi River, announced the reopening in a news release Wednesday, the day the casino was to welcome back gamblers.
Most of the casinos along the river closed at some point due to the flooding.
Allen Godfrey, deputy director of the Mississippi Gaming Commission, said three remained closed as of Wednesday — one each in Natchez, Vicksburg and Lula.
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