Firekeepers casino

5:33 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

Emmet Township Withdraws Request for Casino Revenue Sharing Grant

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Township had considered making request to Firekeepers Casino to help pay for sewer project
MARSHALL - The FireKeepers Local Revenue Sharing Board will no longer consider whether to pay in advance for $1.1 million in sewer upgrades after Emmett Township withdrew its request last week. Township Supervisor Tim Hill said it will instead make small improvements and ask for a reimbursement next year.
6:51 am
Mon June 2, 2014

Women's Golf in Battle Creek This Week

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144 golfers will begin event on Friday. 70 will compete in the final round on Sunday
Battle Creek Country Club will be a busy place this week - for a golf championship and several other events. The inaugural FireKeepers Casino Hotel Golf Championship, a Symetra Tour event - a tour which is called the Road To The LPGA - will take place at BCCC this coming Friday through Sunday.
7:22 am
Fri March 14, 2014

Emmett Township Seeks $1.1-Million in Casino Funds to Fix Sewer Line

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The township says a sewer lines that in part serves FireKeepers Casino Hotel is at risk of failure
Emmett Township is seeking nearly $1.1 million in FireKeepers Casino revenue-sharing money for a planned sewer improvement, and that has others in line for casino money worried they may see smaller payments this year.
6:53 am
Wed January 29, 2014

Battle Creek to host professional golf tournament

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LPGA Symetra Tour event to be held in June
A little too frigid outside these days to be thinking about pars, birdies, tees, fairways and greens? Well, on Tuesday inside FireKeepers Casino Hotel, warm thoughts abounded about a professional golf tour event that will be taking place for the first time locally - at Battle Creek Country Club in early June.
3:54 pm
Fri February 15, 2013

Firekeepers Casino tribe keeps promise to the state

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The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi will pay more than $15 million to the state of Michigan. The tribe agreed to share part of the revenue from Firekeepers Casino with local governments and schools.
Casino nets $4.9 million for local governments The American Indian tribe that operates FireKeepers Casino Hotel has made another payment of almost $5 million to help local governments and schools. A link to this page will be included in your message.