This Week in Mining

Cleveland Cliffs sign at UTAC.

Cliffs Acquires Private Mineral Leases at Former Essar Site

Duties Announced on Certain Steel Imports

US Officials Drop Mining Cleanup Rule after Industry Objects

MINER Act Passes U.S. House, Moves to Senate

House Passes Bill To Facilitate Polymet Land Exchange

Trump Administration Pursues Aluminum Dumping Case Against China

Report: Magnetation Restart Pushed Back

Judge Weighs Motion to Dismiss Twin Metals Mining Lawsuit

Walker Promises to Sign Mining Bill

Merger Between Tritec and RMS is Complete

MnDOT Wants Feedback on Highway 53 Work

Range Leaders Lay Out Case Against Sulfate Standard

Dayton Says He Now Supports PolyMet Mine

Cliffs to Invest $75 Million into Northshore Mining
Range Leaders Oppose Sulfide/Sulfate Standard
Leaders, Groups, and Unions Upset with Comments About Miners in Magazine Article
Final Coffee and Conversation for Highway 53 Project
Wis. Committee Votes to Lift Mining Moratorium
More from Tom Clarke and his Efforts in Nashwauk
Tom Clarke Shares Update on Progress in Nashwauk
Dayton: State Will Continue to Support Chippewa's Efforts

Deadline Approaching for Chippewa and State's Mineral Leases

DNR: Original Public Comment Period Stands for PolyMet Permits

Community Walk Across the Bridge Coming up Saturday

Environmentalists Seek More Comment Time on PolyMet Permits

U.S. Steel Announces Investment in High-Strength Steel

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Protesters, Concerned About Riot Gear, Interrupt Duluth Council Meeting

A protestor speaks to the Duluth City Council a the end of Monday's meeting.

Two More Virginia Residents Treated for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Two more residents in Virginia were treated for carbon monoxide poisoning on Sunday night in Virginia.

Protestors March Against Enbridge Line 3 Project

Protestors gathered in Carlton on Monday to protest Enbridge's proposed Line 3 project.

Two Men Rescued After Falling Through Ice on the Range

Two ice fishermen were rescued after falling into St. Mary's Lake near Eveleth.

Duluth Asks for Feedback on Superior Street Lighting

One of the current streetlights on Superior Street.

Walker to Sign Bill Lifting Mining Moratorium

Gov. Scott Walker is set to sign a bill lifting Wisconsin's moratorium on gold and silver mining.

Cliffs Acquires Private Mineral Leases at Former Essar Site

Cleveland Cliffs sign at UTAC.

Official: Device Explodes on NYC Subway Platform

A law enforcement official tells The Associated Press that a man had a pipe bomb strapped to him when it went off on a New York City subway platform.