This Week in Mining

Becky Rom and Reid Carron, both outside of Congressman Nolan's office in Duluth.

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


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

Steelworkers Pushing for Answers in Washington

Comment Period Opens on PolyMet Mine Dam Safety Permits

Updated: Highway 53 Bridge, Road to Open Later in Weekend
Park Memorializes 1924 Milford Mine Disaster
Nolan, Emmer Amendment Aims to Stop Mining Ban
Mesabi Metallics Sues Cleveland-Cliffs
Final Week Before New Highway 53 for Mining Opens
New Highway 53 Bridge and Road to Open Friday the 15th
Ex-Coal Executive to Lead Nation's Top Mine Safety Agency
Wis. Lawmakers to Hold Hearing on Bill Relaxing Mining Rules

Final Season for Hull Rust Mine View in Hibbing


Governor Dayton Releases Statement about Chippewa


Extension Granted for Chippewa and Former Essar Project


Wisconsin Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Relax Mining Rules


Save the Boundary Waters Campaign Submits 125,000 Comments


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Governor Says Minnesota Will Offer Modest Bid to Amazon

Gov. Mark Dayton says Minnesota will offer a modest bid to Amazon

Man Charged in Connection with Stolen Fishing Lures

Matthew Cuypers, Jr. has been charged with felony theft.

Man Killed in Beltrami Co. House Moving Accident

Man Killed in Beltrami Co. House Moving Accident

Bill Would Bar UW Employees from Working at Planned Parenthood

A bill being considered at the Wisconsin Capitol would bar UW employees from working at Planned Parenthood.

New Wetland Basin Will Help Clean Stormwater Before Entering Lake Superior

The Poplar Wetland Basin is located on the corner of Poplar Avenue and North 12th Street.

Korean Delegation Learns about Duluth Model

Members from a Korean Delegation visiting Duluth learned about the Duluth Model on Monday.

Duluth Workforce Center Open House Raises Awareness of Services

Duluth Workforce Center Open House Raises Awareness of Services

Grand Rapids Woman Sentenced to 30 Years in Beheading Death

Kayleene Danielle Greniger has been sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for her role in a beheading death.