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Vol. 10, No. 17 Week of April 24, 2005
Providing coverage of Alaska and Northwest Canada's mineral industry


MINING NEWS: Pebble mine would transform Alaska landscape

Residents debate open-pit proposal that could double the population in region; Northern Dynasty fields barrage of questions at conference

Sarah Hurst

Mining News Editor

Residents of Southwest Alaska including a former state governor expressed passionate opinions about the proposed Pebble open-pit mine at a conference in the village of Newhalen April 7-9, demonstrating that there will be a host of social issues to deal with even if mine developer Northern Dynast....

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Newhalen chief: good and bad

Former Governor Jay Hammond has lived in the region since 1946

Hammond says project needs to meet four criteria

Jenkins: Limes in the orange bowl


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