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A POLK COUNTY JUDGE HEARD ARGUMENTS THURSDAY AFTERNOON REGARDING THE AWARDING OF A GAMING CASINO LICENSE FOR A HARD ROCK CASINO IN SIOUX CITY.

SIOUX CITY ENTERTAINMENT PRESIDENT BILL WARNER, WHOSE COMPANY IS BUILDING THE NEW CASINO, WAS ON THE STAND MUCH OF THE AFTERNOON.

WARNER WAS QUESTIONED BY AN ATTORNEY FOR PENN GAMING, THE COMPANY THAT OPERATES THE ARGOSY BELLE RIVERBOAT CASINO.

WARNER RELEASED A STATEMENT AFTER THE HEARING SAYING S-C-E APPRECIATES THE JUDICIAL PROCESS AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO PRESENT IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO THE COURT.

HE SAYS THEY ARE COMMITTED TO UPHOLD THEIR AGREEMENT TO BRING A WORLD CLASS ENTERTAINMENT DESTINATION TO SIOUX CITY.

BACK ON JANUARY 8TH, THE IOWA SUPREME COURT REMANDED A DECISION BACK TO STATE DISTRICT COURT ON A STAY AGAINST THE CASINO LICENSE ISSUED TO WARNER’S GROUP BY THE IOWA RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION.

JUDGE ELIZA OVROM NOW HAS UNTIL FEBRUARY 15TH TO RENDER A DECISION ON THE CASE.

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SIOUX CITY BEGINS YARD OF THE MONTH PROGRAM

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THE GRASS IS STARTING TO GREEN UP IN LOCAL YARDS, AND THE CITY WANTS TO HONOR THOSE WHO HAVE A GREAT LOOKING LAWN. SPOKESMAN JIM JUNG SAYS APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED [...]