Cage cashiers prepare for the opening of the Kansas Star casino near Mulvane, Kan., Friday, Dec. 9, 2011. Friday the casino opened its doors to the media while employees trained for a Dec. 26 opening. Peninsula Gaming, which built the casino and will manage it for the state, has said it will employ more than 500 people when it opens and 800 when the final phase is complete.
Cage cashiers prepare for the opening of the Kansas Star casino near Mulvane, Kan., Friday, Dec. 9, 2011. Friday the casino opened its doors to the media while employees trained for a Dec. 26 opening. Peninsula Gaming, which built the casino and will manage it for the state, has said it will employ more than 500 people when it opens and 800 when the final phase is complete. The Wichita Eagle
Cage cashiers prepare for the opening of the Kansas Star casino near Mulvane, Kan., Friday, Dec. 9, 2011. Friday the casino opened its doors to the media while employees trained for a Dec. 26 opening. Peninsula Gaming, which built the casino and will manage it for the state, has said it will employ more than 500 people when it opens and 800 when the final phase is complete. The Wichita Eagle

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