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 By Curtis J. Freeman    News

Alaska hums with 'over abundance' of news

As is commonly the case in late January, an over abundance of news has come out in the last month, in part to coincide with year-end financial releases and in part to coincide with the annual Cordilleran Roundup mining convention in Vancouver. The... — Updated 2/24/2008

 By Curtis J. Freeman    News

Prepare for 'wild and woolly' 2008

For any of you who have experienced that odd quiet before a big storm hits, I'd suggest you grab Toto and head for the root cellar because the "quiet" is about to end and the perfect storm is about to begin! I say this because the mining industry... — Updated 1/27/2008 Full story


Alaska mining news summary: Seward Peninsula most active part of state as mid-summer drilling, trenching, prospecting results pour in

Drilling, trenching and prospecting results are pouring in from all over the state as the 2002 summer season hits its annual mid-point. The most active place in the states continues to be the Seward Peninsula although a number of other areas are... — Updated 8/11/2002


Alaska mining news summary: Several exploration projects in the works for the season; most funded by junior companies

Is it my rose colored glasses or has the mining industry brightened considerably in the past month? The bump in the gold prices along with the slow but steady increase in the abysmal prices for other metals seems to have infused the mining... — Updated 5/12/2002


Alaska mining news summary from geologist Curt Freeman

The snows are rapidly retreating and the Alaska mining industry is busy sharpening picks and pencils as it prepares for the summer season. Metals prices are on the rebound and a surprisingly vigorous economic recovery is under way in the United... — Updated 4/14/2002


Alaska mining news summary: Exploration activities for gold and base metals this year appear to be on the rise

Spring is in everyone's step in the Alaska mining industry even if spring is not quite yet in the air here in Alaska. Buoyant spirits are related to surprisingly buoyant metals prices and positive economic news from the U.S. economy. Plans for 2002... — Updated 3/24/2002 Full story


Alaska mining news summary: New discoveries emerge from 2001 season

Results from the 2001 field season have begun to show up from around the state. At the same time, the number of rumors circulating via the Tundra Telegraph about results that have not been formally announced, has picked up. Fieldwork continues on... — Updated 9/1/2001 Full story


Alaska mining news and trends from geologist Curt Freeman

As is always the case this time of year, many of the season's exploration and development programs are completed or nearing completion and the results of those programs are trickling in. In addition, second quarter 2001 operating results are in... — Updated 8/28/2001


Alaska mining news and trends from geologist Curt Freeman

While the noisy debate continues over ANWR, the gas pipeline possibilities and the ever-increasing cost of gasoline, the Alaska mining industry has quietly made the seasonal transition from winter to summer. The sound of drills and rock picks on ou... — Updated 5/28/2001


Alaska mining news and trends from geologist Curt Freeman

Alaska's "winter that wasn't" is nearing its end and with it the mining industry is gearing up for another summer season. This season promises to see less intense activity in the gold exploration sector, more polymetallic and platinum group... — Updated 4/28/2001


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