This Week in Mining

Keetac's union president is out in Washington, hoping for progress in the Section 232 investigation.

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


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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
Duluth for Clean Water Continues to Call for Contested Case Hearing
Cleveland-Cliffs is Back to Original Name
Western Lake Superior Ports See Increase in Ore Shipments
Highway 53 Bridge Dedication Date Pushed Back
Steelworkers Hurt in Explosion in Michigan
UP Mine Seeks Mineral Lease for 15K Acres

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


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Recovery Month: The Hope Beyond the Addiction

September is Recovery Month, and Duluth Bethel wants to celebrate that.

First Handwritten Bible in 500 Years on Display

The St. John's Bible is the first handwritten one in 500 years.

Cirrus Vision Jet On Market For Purchase

The Vision Jet sits on the tarmac in Duluth.

UPDATE: Missing Child Found Safe

UPDATE: Missing Child Found Safe

Steelworkers Pushing for Answers in Washington

Keetac's union president is out in Washington, hoping for progress in the Section 232 investigation.

Annual Forestry Day Teaches Duluth Students Lessons in Nature

Students said forestry day was more fun than a regular day of class.

Lake Superior Island Returned to Grand Portage Band

The Susie Islands in Lake Superior are seen from the Mount Josephine Overlook along Highway 61.  The largest of the islands is being returned to the Grand Portage Band.

Minnesota Awarded $6 Million for Opioid Treatment

The  Minnesota Department of Human Services is receiving $6 million from the federal government to expand opioid treatment.