This Week in Mining

A Minnesota environmental group is suing the Environmental Protection Agency to force it to release concerns that EPA specialists have expressed about PolyMet's planned copper-nickel mine in Northern Minnesota. 

Environmental Group Seeks EPA Documents on PolyMet Copper-Nickel Mine


US Steel Cites Trump in Resuming Construction Project

Cleveland-Cliffs: Possible Restart at Empire Mine

Study to See if Abandoned UP Mines can Store Electrical Energy

Europe Moves to Limit Steel Flooding In Due to US Tariffs

Federal Judge Lifts Hold on Lawsuits against PolyMet Mine

DNR Seeking Debarment of Essar from Project in Nashwauk

Corescan Imaging Technology Used to Identify Minerals


Key Democrat Wants Answers from EPA on PolyMet


Tribe Appeals Rejection of Challenge to UP Mining Permit


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Essar Global Could Participate in Minnesota Project Again

Phillips to Continue as IRRRB Commissioner

Arcelormittal to Assume Management of Hibbing Taconite
2018 Mining Year in Review
ArcelorMittal to Take Over Managing Role at Hibbing Taconite
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PolyMet Receives More Permits for Project
Feds Move to Formally Renew Leases for Twin Metals Mine
Indiana Cites US Steel for Foamy Discharge in November
Ore Shipments Continue Catching Up after Slow Start

Environmental Groups Appeal PolyMet Permits


ArcelorMittal Steelworkers Ratify Labor Contract


Tacora Resources Announces Financing for Restart of Scully Mine


Steelworkers Ratify Four-Year Deal with U.S. Steel


Clean Water Groups Ask Regulators to Put PolyMet Permits on Hold


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The 45th Slumberland American Birkebeiner kicks Off

The 45th Slumberland American Birkebeiner kicked off Thursday with events for the whole family.

Cass County Man Faces Stalking, Child Pornography Charges

A Cass County man faces multiple charges after authorities say he used the internet to stalk a minor and distribute child pornography and other sexually explicit images, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. 

Forest Service Relaunching Online BWCA Permit Reservations

The Forest Service says it will reopen the BWCA online reservation process on March 4.

Walz Discusses Infrastructure Investments at Legislative Breakfast for Duluth Days

Gov. Walz's keynote address at the legislative breakfast Thursday focused on transportation and infrastructure improvements needed in the county.

Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing

Heavy Snow Causing Slush on Inland Lakes, Slowing Ice Fishing

Duluth Reminding Residents of Winter Watch Page for Snow Removal

Duluth Reminding Residents of Winter Watch Page for Snow Removal

Dress Drive Fairy Seeking Donations

Dresses hang on racks during the fall 2016 dress drive at the Valley Youth Center.

Snowfall Setting Records, Not Yet for Duluth

Snowfall records were set across the Upper Midwest on Wednesday, but Duluth fell just short.