Laughlin’s revival begins: Gamblers, casinos get reacquainted Kane Wickham, Mohave Valley Daily News · June 5, 2020 at 2:52 pm LAUGHLIN — Gaming has finally returned to Nevada and Laughlin has come back to life. Throngs of people came pouring back into town from all across America, thanks in part to resumption of charter flights by two of Laughlin’s casino resort properties. By 4 p.m., there was a large line waiting at the registration desk to check into the Edgewater Casino Resort. In compliance with guidelines set up by Gov. Steve Sisolak and the Nevada Gaming Control Board, all patrons were checked by staff at the door by hand-held thermometers. Spots placed on the floor in the registration line were the requisite 6 feet apart and all staff were wearing masks. Sanitizer stations were spread out across the floor for patrons to regularly use, and all facilities were being cleaned regularly.