This Week in Mining

Thousands of American companies are seeking relief from increased tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

Thousands of Manufacturers Seek Relief from Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

Cleveland-Cliffs Accuses Tom Clarke of Racketeering

US to Consult with China over Steel, Aluminum Tariffs

Judge: MPCA Didn't Fix All Defects in Sulfate Standard Proposal

Senator Smith Pledges Support for Land Exchange for PolyMet

Man Injured at Hibbing Taconite

Mining Company Completes Exploration in Porkies

China Files Trade Complaint against US over Steel Tariffs

MPCA Urges Judge to Drop Objection to Wild Rice Rule Change

2 Wis. Republicans Say Pro-Mining Company Bill Dead

Europe, Several More Countries Excluded from US Steel Tariffs

Shipping Season in Twin Ports Springs into Action

EPA Raises Objections to Central UP Mine Proposal

Environmentalist Group WaterLegacy, Asks for Closer Look at PolyMet Water Permit
European Trade Chief Demands Exemption from Steel Tariffs
U.S. Steel to Restart Long Idled Steel Plant in Granite City, Ill.
Erie Mining History Project Unveiled, Donors Thanked
Judge Puts Lawsuits over PolyMet Land Swap On Hold
European Union Vows Retaliation Against US Tariffs
Trump to Impose Tariffs on Imported Steel, Aluminum
Environmental Groups Petition for Contested Case Hearing

Report: Steel and Aluminum Imports 'Threaten to Impair National Security.'

Trump Considering 'All Options' on Steel, Aluminum Cases

Amnesty International Group Warns about Mt. Polley

For and Against: Clash of Wills Over PolyMet and Permits

DECC Ramps Up Security for Polymet Meeting

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Northland Couple on 2000 Mile Bike Trek to "Save the Boundary Waters"

A Northland couple is taking a stand against the proposed sulfide-ore copper mining with a 2000 mile bike trek to the nation's capital.

UMD Students Host Glensheen Go Green Event

The student organized event focused on the effects of plastic pollution. The event featured several activities like building plastic planters and participating in a grounds sweep.

Sam Cook Makes Retirement Announcement

Sam Cook, Outdoor Reporter with the Duluth News Tribune, will soon be putting down his notebook and heading into retirement after 38 years at the DNT.

AICHO Starts Gardening Bed Project

AICHO is building garden beds for their rooftop.

UMN Students Start Campaign Against Sexual Misconduct

The UMN Gopher football team is participating in campaign fighting against sexual assault on campus.

Feehan, Hagedorn Get Party Nods In Minnesota's 1st District

Republicans and Democrats in Minnesota's 1st District picked candidates for the U.S. House.

Routhier, Smith Win 29th Annual Fitger's 5K

Nate Routhier and Ellen Smith, a couple from Rochester, both took home first place honors in the 29th annual Fitger's 5K Run and Walk in Duluth.

Moose Lake Area Historical Society Unveils Mural

The Moose Lake Area Historical Society and Fires of 1918 Museum held a special unveiling event on Saturday afternoon.