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Billings businessman Philip Keith, who tried to develop the 12th Planet entertainment complex near Rimrock Mall, was found dead Thursday night, according to Yellowstone County assistant coroner Chad Fehr.
For what may be the first time in a Montana bankruptcy court, a judge has ordered the home of former casino owner Philip Keith be sold to help pay back millions of dollars in debts.
A federal judge has dismissed a suit filed against bankruptcy officers by a Billings nightclub developer who is facing trial on criminal charges.
Acting on a tip about hidden assets, a U.S. bankruptcy trustee in Billings drilled through the lock on a safe deposit box at Stockman Bank and found $77,250, including $36,000 in cash.
On Aug. 22, Pam Shires opened her first restaurant, 6° Gourmet, in the former Morgan’s Market space at 1520 24th St. W., and now she’s busy cooking healthy and tasty entrées, soups and more.
Philip Keith, the flamboyant developer who promised a decade ago to bring a Las Vegas-quality entertainment and gambling complex to Billings, has offered to pay $215,000 to a Montana bankruptcy court to buy back a Scottsdale, Ariz., condominium he once owned.