This Week in Mining

FILE - U.S. Steel has been cited for a foamy discharge in Indiana.

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

Steelworkers and ArcelorMittal Reach Tentative Agreement

Cleveland-Cliffs' CEO on Contract, Bullish Market

Union Presidents Proud to Share Details About Tentative Labor Deal

Steelworkers and U.S. Steel Have Tentative Agreement

Steelworkers: ArcelorMittal Management is Provoking a Work Stoppage

Steelworkers Ratify New Labor Contract with Cleveland-Cliffs

Zinke Approves Ban on Mining Near Yellowstone Park
Manufacturing Week: Touring Inside GPM
New Beginning for Bruce Mine in Chisholm
Taconite Tailings Used to Tackle Pothole Problems
8th District Candidates: Mining and Infrastructure
ArcelorMittal Steelworkers: Preparing for Potential Labor Dispute
Governor's Town Hall Meeting About Mesabi Metallics Gets Heated
Dayton, DNR to Hold Town Hall Meeting in Nashwauk

Mesabi Metallics Petitions Court for Right to Mine

USW: Time is Running Out With U.S. Steel

Minorca Mine Workers Vote to Authorize a Strike

Cleveland-Cliffs CEO: Not Partnering with Mesabi, Ever

Mercuria Energy to Invest in Mesabi Metallics

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Report: Wisconsin's Tax Burden Drops to 30-year Low

A new study finds that Wisconsin's tax burden has dropped to a 30-year low. The Wisconsin Policy Forum report released Wednesday examines state and local taxes as a share of personal income.

Superior Councilors Close Kestrel Chapter, Make MLK City Holiday

Superior Councilors Close Kestrel Chapter, Make MLK City Holiday

'It was an inferno' Globe Elevator Owner Describes Devastating Fire

The owner of the Globe Elevator in Superior described the Monday afternoon fire that overtook the grain elevator as an

Duluth City Council Denies Re-Zoning Attempt in Kenwood Neighborhood

On Monday, The Duluth City Council denied a re-zoning attempt in the Kenwood neighborhood in an area known as Area-A.

New Year's Eve Ride Free Campaign Offers Worry-Free Transportation during Holiday

The New Year's Eve Ride Free Campaign is offering folks in the Twin Ports a safe, and free, way to get home during the celebration. Citizens and visitors can ride free on all regular routes beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 31.

Waupaca Foundry to Add 61 Jobs in Ironwood

Waupaca Foundry to Add 61 Jobs in Ironwood

Accolades for Retiring Auditor Don Dicklich

Don Dicklich is retiring after 14 years of being the St. Louis County Auditor.

Gov.-Elect Tim Walz Names First 5 Commissioners

Gov.-elect Tim Walz has named his first five commissioners.