MINING NEWS: Alaska pops its news cork: New mine being built, Donlin bumped to 32.7M ounces, lawsuits, more
The author Curt Freeman, CPG #6901, is a well-known geologist who lives in Fairbanks. He prepared this column Sept. 20. Freeman can be reached by mail at P.O. Box 80268, Fairbanks, AK 99708. His work phone number at Avalon Development is (907) 457-5159 and his fax is (907) 455-8069. His email is email@example.com and his web site is www.avalonalaska.com.
By most years’ standards, the last month has been a barn burner for mining news. By 2006 standards it hardly measures on the Mining Industry Care-O-Meter, a highly subjective, totally unscientific measurement of what is happening in Alaska’s mineral industry.
In the last month we have seen the stat....
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