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 By Kay Cashman    News

Ucore's Trump card

The mining company that’s been working Southeast Alaska’s rare earths project is enthusiastic about President-elect Donald Trump’s support for an independent U.S. strategic metals industry, which Ucore Rare Metals’ top executive... — Updated 1/24/2018

 By —kay Cashman    News

Studies improve MAN's Canwell results

Follow-up studies of its 2004 drill program in the Canwell area of its MAN Alaska project look much better than originally thought, Nevada Star said March 23. As a result, the Vancouver-based junior mining company is moving forward with... — Updated 3/27/2005

 By —kay Cashman    News

Placer Dome earns $284M in 2004; $11M for Donlin Creek in 2005

Mining giant Placer Dome Inc. announced a 24 percent growth in earnings in 2004 to $284 million, partly due to "a number of tax items resulting in a net tax recovery of $130 million," the company said in a press release in mid-February.... — Updated 2/27/2005

 By Kay Cashman    News

Rock Creek moves closer to production

A recent Dow Jones report puts a slightly more definite timetable on what NovaGold Resources has been telling Alaskans for the last year: That it's getting ready to make the leap from explorer to mine operator when it starts production... — Updated 1/30/2005

 By Kay Cashman    News

Forest Service gives Kensington green light

The U.S. Forest Service has approved Coeur Alaska's plan for its Kensington underground gold mine in Southeast Alaska, releasing its record of decision Dec. 17 for the project's final supplemental environmental impact statement. The EIS... — Updated 12/26/2004


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