MINING NEWS: Junior tunnels into VMS deposit
Niblack anticipates main access tunnel intersecting Lookout Zone mineralization in early June; updated resource estimate imminent
Nearly eight months into a concentrated digging program in Southeast Alaska, Niblack Mining Corp. has bored more than 2,200 feet into a mountain on Prince of Wales Island in a plan to create a 3,000-foot main access tunnel to the underground Niblack gold-silver-copper-zinc volcanic massive sulfide d....
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Underground drill platform
An additional mile of mineralization
Eight underground holes at Mammoth
Resource estimate expected
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