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Steve Callender, the Tropicana’s vice president of casino operations, said the casino is in the process of hiring dealers “with great personalities that look nice” to work in the new pit. Existing dealers will not be required to wear the revealing costumes.
The new pit will be right next to the Rumba Lounge, a nightclub on the casino floor where scantily clad dancers work two V-shaped stages on weekend nights.
The six blackjack and two roulette tables in the “party pit” will debut over the July 4th weekend.
Jilted ex-boyfriend puts up abortion billboard
ALAMOGORDO — A New Mexico man’s decision to lash out with a billboard ad saying his former girlfriend had an abortion against his wishes has touched off a court battle over free speech and privacy rights.
The sign on Alamogordo’s main thoroughfare shows the 35-year-old man holding the outline of an infant. The text reads, “This Would Have Been A Picture Of My 2-Month Old Baby If The Mother Has Decided To Not KILL Our Child!”
The man’s former girlfriend has taken him to court for harassment and violation of privacy. A domestic court official has recommended the billboard be removed.
But the man’s attorney argues the order violates his client’s free-speech rights.
The woman’s friends say she had a miscarriage, not an abortion.
2 women linked to immigrant list plead guilty
MIDVALE — Two former state workers pleaded guilty Monday to their roles in the release of a list of 1,300 purported illegal immigrants that created panic among Utah’s Hispanic community last year.
Teresa Bassett, 59, pleaded guilty to two felony counts of computer crimes, despite maintaining her innocence during a hearing in 3rd District Court in Salt Lake City. Bassett recently changed her name to London Grace Wellington.
Earlier Monday, her co-defendant, Leah Carson, 32, pleaded guilty to making a false statement by an unemployment compensation agent, a misdemeanor. She will serve one year of probation and pay a $440 fine.
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