Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi Gaming Commission’

Gresham dies at age 84

W.W. “Bill” Gresham Jr., president of Gresham Petroleum Co. in Indianola and one of three original members of the Mississippi Gaming Commission when it was created in 1993, died Feb. 23 in an Indianola hospital. He was 84. Officials with Boone Card Funeral Home in Indianola say Gresham died at South Sunflower Community Hospital. Gresham’s […] [...]

Q&A: Larry Gregory, Executive Director, Mississippi Gaming Commission

by Published: February 28,2010

Tags: Larry Gregory, Mississippi Gaming Commission, Q&A

Games people play Gregory keeps an eye on gaming across the state Jackson native Larry Gregory is the executive director of the Mississippi Gaming Commission  Prior to his appointment in 2001, he served in various capacities with several state agencies, including the state personnel board, Mississippi Transportation Commission and the Mississippi Legislature.  He recently sat […] [...]

Commission approves site for casino

D’IBERVILLE — The Mississippi Gaming Commission has approved the site for the proposed Can Can Casino in D’Iberville. The five-acre site is east of Interstate 110 and on the Back Bay. The resort will have a 60,000-square-foot casino with 1,800 slots and 40 table games, four restaurants, a French spa, 250 hotel rooms and suites […] [...]

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