Mining News: When the dust settles…
AMA director Borell predicts Alaska will become more attractive to mining companies and reflects on important events of 2008
North of 60 Mining News
Alaska’s mining industry captured the attention, not only of Alaskans but also the country during the past year when a controversy over the proposed Pebble Project in Southwest Alaska bubbled to the surface. Supporters and opponents of a ballot initiative aimed at blocking the mining venture squared....
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The youngest and oldest “large mines”
Lower zinc prices will hurt revenues
Coeur awaits high court ruling
Explorers hit hard
Year in review
Junior mining companies active in Alaska exploration
Producing mines in Alaska
Active placer mining operations in Alaska
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