Deadwood Gulch

Deadwood Gulch

Wild West city in South Dakota where graves of Hickok and Annie Oakley are located. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 729]
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Well, we can see him packing heat in Detroit, but not Deadwood Gulch.
Out back are entrances to Slim's Blacksmithing, Deadwood Gulch Land and Assay Office, a saloon and offices for a gunsmith and town marshal, complete with all the trappings.
The improved results were due primarily to the sale of Deadwood Gulch Resort ("DGR") in May of 1998, which negatively impacted the prior year results, partially offset by increased expenses associated with the company's development of the Hard Rock -- Biloxi.
The social media entertainment contest heralds the upcoming transformation of Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort into Deadwood Gulch Coyote Ugly Saloon during the 71st Annual Sturgis Bike Rally.
During the second quarter of 1998, the Company completed the sale of its Deadwood Gulch Resort ("DGR") which is now accounted for as a Discontinued Operation.
Providing ATM and credit card cash advance services for Deadwood Gulch Resort in Deadwood, South Dakota.
During the second quarter, the Company completed the sale of its Deadwood Gulch Resort ("DGR"), which is now accounted for as a Discontinued Operation and recorded a gain of $385,225, which offset the operating losses of the Resort of $176,677 and $357,043 incurred during the three and six month periods, respectively, ending June 30, 1998.
The company reported earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization for the three month period ended March 31, 1997 of $291,661 as compared to a loss before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization of $280,917, or an increase of $572,578 over the same period in 1996, after exclusion of the impairment of long-lived assets (sale of Deadwood Gulch Resort).
Nasdaq: FHRI) announced today that the Company has signed a definitive agreement for the purchase of the Deadwood Gulch Resort by entities controlled by Kenneth L.
addition, the Company owns Deadwood Gulch Resort in South Dakota.
In addition to Deadwood Gulch Resort, a wholly-owned subsidiary, the Company is currently involved with two operational casino/destination resorts.