This Week in Mining

Twin Metals filed a federal lawsuit in an effort to regain its mineral rights leases. A judge is considering a motion to dismiss the suit.

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
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

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Spokesperson: Franken Won't Resign

A spokesperson for Sen. Al Franken says he won't resign after allegations he groped a Los Angeles radio anchor in 2006.

3 Hunters Accidentally Shoot Themselves on Wisconsin Gun Deer Opener

Three hunters in Wisconsin accidentally shot and wounded themselves on the opening day of gun deer season.

Local Family Holding 4th Annual Holiday Toy Drive For Hospital Patients

Drop-off locations are located at different businesses in Ashland and Duluth.

Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Sues County over Lax Policing

The Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe filed a federal lawsuit against Mille Lacs County over what the band contends is lax policing on the reservation.

University of Minnesota Business School Increasing Options

The University of Minnesota is trying to keep its MBA program as schools across the U.S. are closing theirs because of declining enrollment.

Local Wisconsin Officials Considering Own Mining Regulations

Local Wisconsin officials considering own mining regulations.

UW-Superior hold Annual International Cooking Demo

UW-Superior hold Annual International Cooking Demo

Bentleyville Officially Opens

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