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Taos Mountain Casino is now open again

Taos Mountain Casino is now open again and welcoming back guests under new restrictions and guidelines.

Isleta Resort and Casino is now reopen

In addition to routine cleaning, the property has implemented enhanced cleaning procedures including increasing the frequency of disinfecting restrooms to every two hours and sanitizing gaming machines multiple times during shifts.

Ohkay Hotel Casino reopens on Monday

Ohkay Hotel Casino in New Mexico announced today that it will reopen on Monday.

New Mexico Gaming Supplier Regulatory Overview

Navajo Gaming to reopen four properties by mid-June

Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort, Fire Rock Casino, Northen Edge Casino and Flowing Water Navajo Casino will all reopen their doors by mid-June.

Racing resumes this weekend at Ruidoso Downs without spectators

Memorial Day Weekend at the New Mexico track will feature the Ruidoso Futurity/Derby Trials, the $25,000 Dash for Speed Stakes and the John Andreini Memorial Stakes.

Navajo Nation casinos to remain closed until 7 June

Fire Rock Casino, Flowing Water Navajo Casino, Northern Edge Casino in New Mexico and Twin Arrows Navajo Casino in Arizona will remain closed after the Navajo Nation's Declaration of a State of Emergency was extended.

Sky City Casino Hotel extends temporary closure

Sky City Casino Hotel is going to be extending its temporary closure beyond the planned 1 May reopening date.

Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino remains closed until further notice

Mescalero Apache Tribe announced in a letter from President Gabe Aguilar that "restrictions" will remain in place, including the temporary closure of Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino and Casino Apache Travel Center.

Three New Mexico casinos extend temporary closures

Route 66 Casino Hotel, Dancing Eagle Casino and Casino Express in New Mexico temporary closure has been extended through 15 May.

New Mexico casinos and race tracks to remain closed through 15 May

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham announced today that she is extending the public health emergency order until 15 May to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Navajo Nation extends casino closure to 17 May

Fire Rock Casino, Flowing Water Navajo Casino, Northern Edge Casino and Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort will remain closed until 17 May.

Zia Park Casino in New Mexico closed through April

While there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Zia Park Casino, the Penn National Gaming property will remain closed through 30 April.

Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino announces $2 million gift

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino announced today that the Stanley E. Fulton Family Foundation is making a commitment of $2,000,000 to assist New Mexicans.

New Mexico casinos and horse racing facilities to remain closed through April

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham extended her public health emergency order through at least 30 April in the fight against COVID-19.

Navajo Nation extends casino closures

Fire Rock Casino, Flowing Water Navajo Casino, Northern Edge Casino, and Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort will remain closed until 30 April.

New Mexico tribal casinos will be closed temporarily

All tribal casinos in New Mexico have closed temporarily, as New Mexico’s sovereign tribal nations join the State of New Mexico in collective efforts to combat the spread of COVID-19.

Bingo and "games of chance" ordered to shut down in New Mexico

The Governor's Executive Order declaring a public health emergency remains in effect until further notice.

Inn of the Mountain Gods and Casino Apache will temporarily close

The closure will be effective 19 March at 11:59 p.m. in the continuing effort to protect the health and wellness of guests and staff and reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Taos Mountain Casino temporarily suspends operations until further notice

Taos Mountain Casino in New Mexico announced in a Facebook post dated 17 March that it will be closed until further notice.

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