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Kansas-owned casino revenue rises in February

Published on -3/14/2013, 4:22 PM

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WICHITA, Kan. (AP) -- The Kansas Lottery says gambling revenue at all three state-owned casinos in the state rose in February.

The lottery announced Wednesday the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane made just under $17?million for the month, up from $16.4?million in January.

The Boot Hill Casino brought in $3.24?million in February, compared with $3.1?million the previous month, and the Hollywood Casino in Kansas City had $10.4?million, an increase from $10.1?million.

The Wichita Eagle reports (http://bit.ly/WJn2g0 ) the three casinos brought in a total of $30.6?million in February, an increase from $29.6?million in January. The increase came despite a short month that included two major snowstorms.

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