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Vol. 11, No. 22 Week of May 28, 2006
Providing coverage of Alaska and Northwest Canada's mineral industry


MINING NEWS: Positive signals from Boulder Creek

Vancouver-based juniors explore Alaska’s largest uranium deposit a quarter of a century after oil company gave up on drill program

Sarah Hurst

For Mining News

The Nome area in northwest Alaska is famous for its gold, but less well-known is the fact that it is also home to the largest uranium deposit so far discovered in the state. Abandoned by an oil company when the price of uranium plummeted along with other natural resources in the early 1980s, Boulder....

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