The same people who helped develop Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane and the Boot Hill Casino & Resort in Dodge City want to build a $62 million casino, a rendering of which is shown, in southeast Kansas.
The same people who helped develop Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane and the Boot Hill Casino & Resort in Dodge City want to build a $62 million casino, a rendering of which is shown, in southeast Kansas. Courtesy art
The same people who helped develop Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane and the Boot Hill Casino & Resort in Dodge City want to build a $62 million casino, a rendering of which is shown, in southeast Kansas. Courtesy art
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