This Week in Mining

The first vessel up through the Soo Locks on Wednesday.

Shipping season starts despite chaos with COVID-19

Mining considered essential during COVID-19

First laker leaves for the new shipping season

Another PolyMet permit sent back to state regulators

Cleveland-Cliffs temporarily stops construction at their HBI project site in Toledo

Ruling about leases favors Twin Metals

Minnesota SME leaders cancel the mining conference planned for the DECC

Minnesota mining leaders take home awards for education and outreach

Mining conference coming up at the DECC

Cleveland-Cliffs Preparing for Transformational Year

Twin Metals Opponents Compare State Dept. Document to Grade School Book Report

Video About Mining Helping Feed the Hungry

DNR, PolyMet Appeal Denial of Mine Permits

PolyMet Files Appeal with Minnesota Supreme Court
Mining Through the Winter: ArcelorMittal's Perspective
Iron Ore Alliance Launches Taconite Talks Video Series
Scholarships Available for Students Studying in Mining Fields
Supporters of Copper Nickel Mining Stand Strong
Evidentiary Hearing for PolyMet Permit Underway
PolyMet to Appeal Recent Decision on Permits
McCollum Proposes Permanent Mining Ban near Boundary Waters

Court Reverses PolyMet Permits, Calls for Contested Case Hearing

2019 Mining Year in Review

Twin Metals Submits Mine Proposal

The History of Erie Mining Company Featured in Book

Cleveland-Cliffs to Acquire AK Steel

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MNA raising concerns about healthcare working conditions

As the shortage of N-95 masks continues for healthcare workers across the country, the Minnesota Nurses Association is raising concerns about how the lack of masks are putting healthcare workers and patients at risk.

St. Scholastica PA student sewing masks for future colleagues

Amy Lyttle estimates she's made around 100 masks.

WI National Guard to assist with polling station staffing, other missions

WI National Guard to assist with polling station staffing, other missions

Eric Erkkila announces candidacy for County Commissioner

Erkkila resides in the Piedmont Heights neighborhood with his wife and their nine-year-old son Aiden.

Duluth leaders provide update about distance learning

Duluth leaders share more about distance learning during this orientation week.

Toby's drive-by birthday

Toby's drive-by birthday

Local Coronavirus Hotlines

Local Coronavirus Hotlines

Census Day: Local update on survey and COVID-19 impact

Census Day: Local update on survey and COVID-19 impact