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Nevada Gold & Casinos, Inc.
Nevada Gold Announces Colorado Grande's Shelly Brunn To Be Interim General Manager
HOUSTON and COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., May 11, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Nevada Gold & Casinos, Inc. (AMEX:UWN) today announced that it will appoint Shelly Brunn, current Director of Finance, as Interim General Manager of Colorado Grande Casino. Robert Jeffries, prior General Manager, resigned effective May 8, 2005. Ms. Brunn has been with the Colorado Grande since 1999. Assisting Ms. Brunn through this transition period will be Barry Morris, from the Nevada Gold Corporate Office. Mr. Morris has held executive leadership positions with both Grand Casinos and Caesars Entertainment. His role will be to assist Shelly in the day to day operation of Colorado Grande.
Digital Descriptor Systems Inc.
DDSI Appoints Esteemed Industry Leader Erik Hoffer to Its Board of Directors
SEA GIRT, N.J., May 11, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Digital Descriptor Systems, Inc. (DDSI) (Pink Sheets:DDSI), the industry-leading provider of integrated, enterprise-wide image applications designed for criminal justice organizations, today announced the appointment of Erik Hoffer to its Board of Directors. Hoffer is a widely respected leader, who brings 34 years of deep experience in providing product solutions addressing theft issues and homeland security.
Halo Resources Ltd.
Halo Completes Phase 1 Drill Program at Duport
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 11, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Marc Cernovitch, President and CEO of Halo Resources Ltd. (TSX-V:HLO); (OTCBB:HLOSF); (FSE:HRL) is pleased to announce the successful completion of the Phase 1 exploration program at its Duport gold project in Ontario.
Photo Release -- U.S. Outdoor Set to Harpoon Landmark Whale Mural with Giant Advertisement
DETROIT, May 11, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- One of Detroit's most famous public art landmarks is once again threatened with extinction. U.S. Outdoor, whose bid to cover a 10-story whale mural across from Comerica Park with a giant advertisement failed when its client, General Motors, bowed to public pressure, is searching for a new corporate client to post an advertisement over the mural of two humpback whales.
Empire Professional Sports Management
Majestic is Back on the Mapp
NEW YORK, May 11, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Majestic Mapp, with perhaps the finest name in all of basketball, is anxiously looking forward to getting back on the proverbial radar screen of some NBA scouts this summer. The homegrown former McDonald's All-American guard out of Harlem's St. Raymond's High has endured a long and often seemingly never-ending journey on the road to his dream of excelling in the NBA. At the height of his collegiate career, he was the starting point guard for the Virginia Cavaliers; at the depth, he was working countless hours rehabbing a torn right ACL that he suffered in a pick-up game at St. Raymonds. The injury cost him five surgeries, his scholarship at the ACC powerhouse, and two years off of the court.