This Week in Mining

Lourenco Goncalves at United Taconite in May

Cliffs' CEO Sees Positive Things Ahead for Industry, Company


Third Hearing Focused on Banning Mineral Exploration

Mining Supporters Rally Ahead of Hearing on the Range

U.S. Forest Service Holds Hearing on Proposed Mining Ban

Fight Over Copper Mining in Northern Minnesota Heats Up

Trump Might Impose Tariffs and Quotas on Foreign Steel

Highway 53 Relocation is Nearly 90 Percent Complete

Mesabi Metallics Announces 25 Layoffs


Nolan Introduces Bill to Speed up Land Exchange for PolyMet


Mining Advocates Boycotting Federal Mineral Exploration Hearing


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Denfeld Teens Take 1st and 2nd in Mapping Contest

Cliffs Announces it Will Build DRI Plant in Toledo

Clarke Gets Approval of Plan for Former Essar Project
Crews Complete 5th Concrete Pour on New Bridge
Feds Seek to Dismiss Twin Metals Mineral Rights Lawsuit
Celebration for Project Mustang
Rep. McCollum Gets Assurances BWCA Mining Review will Continue
New Publication Highlights Innovation of Today's Mining Industry
Governor Approves Rule Changes to Help Western UP Copper Mines
Pellets Being Produced After Successful Launch of Project Mustang

DNR Consultants Doubt PolyMet Mining Can Protect Taxpayers


Itasca County Files Suit Against Essar Global


US Steel Names New CEO after Executive Announces Retirement


Joy Global now Part of Komatsu Mining Corp.


Drilling at Porcupine Mountains Results in Violations


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Forest Service Open House Stirs up Controversy

The section of the Line 5 Pipeline runs from Superior to Port Huron, Michigan.

Fond Du Lac Breaks Ground on $8 Million Broadband Project

Fond Du Lac Breaks Ground on $8 Million Broadband Project

Stop For School Buses; Increase in Fines

Motorists failing to stop for school buses when the flashing lights and crossing arm is fully extended will face a higher fine come August 1.

Stingless Wasps Released in Hartley for EAB Control

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture brought three different parasitoid wasp species to Hartley Thursday.

Cliffs' CEO Sees Positive Things Ahead for Industry, Company

Lourenco Goncalves at United Taconite in May

Lego Camp: 'Being Technologically Illiterate, Can't Be an Option'

Lego Camp: 'Being Technologically Illiterate, Can't Be an Option'

Emily's Eatery on Knife River Has Opened for Business

Emily's Eatery on Knife River

Police Training Board Won't Name Fund in Castile's Honor

A board has rejected a request to name a police training fund after Philando Castile, the Minnesota driver who was killed by an officer last year.