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 By Shane Lasley    News

Miners spend record $4 billion in 2007

Alaska's mineral industry set a new spending record of about $4 billion in 2007, up 13.3 percent from the value of the industry's expenditures in 2006, according to an 89-page report... — Updated 11/30/2008 Full story

 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Mining makes mark on Alaska economy

The Alaska mining industry issued a report Jan. 21 that outlines in graphic detail the considerable and growing impact that mining activities are having on the state. Mining companies spent an estimated $1.25 billion in Alaska in 2007... — Updated 1/27/2008 Full story

 By Sarah Hurst    News

Coal petition lacks merit, DNR rules

Alaska's commissioner for the Department of Natural Resources, Tom Irwin, has rejected a petition to designate the Chuitna River watershed as unsuitable for coal mining. The petition was filed by non-profit law firm Trustees for Alaska... — Updated 7/29/2007

 By Sarah Hurst    News

Governor Palin ready for mining education

Alaska's governor-elect, Republican Sarah Palin, made the annual miners' convention in Anchorage the venue for her first official engagement after the election, promising to listen to the industry as she selects her advisors. Palin's... — Updated 11/26/2006


Full Metal takes Chickaloon coal leases

A Canadian mining exploration company with projects scattered throughout Alaska said it plans to seek coal in the sleepy community of Chickaloon. Full Metal Minerals (USA) Inc. was the sole bidder for about 35 square miles of coal leases... — Updated 8/27/2006 Full story

 By Curt Freeman    News

Alaska project center of $1.5 billion takeover, Greens Creek silver production cost negative $2.28 per ounce, and more

Hang on to your hat, the data is beginning to roll in from Alaskan field programs and there are some hum dingers in this month's data and several others will be showing up next month.... — Updated 8/27/2006

 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Fort Knox gold recovery permit in draft

Fairbanks Gold Mining Inc. is moving ahead with plans to build a heap leach facility at the Fort Knox gold mine that could reduce its gold ore processing costs by as much as two-thirds. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Alaska... — Updated 7/30/2006 Full story

 By Sarah Hurst    News

Burning ambition could ignite coal project

The stars may be in alignment at long last for a huge coal project that has been languishing for decades just 50 miles from Anchorage. Developer Bob Stiles has renewed confidence that a mine will be built to exploit the Beluga-Chuitna... — Updated 11/27/2005

 By Sarah Hurst    News

Department of Natural Resources hires Alaska geologist Tom Crafford

A geologist with 30 years' experience in Alaska has been appointed mining section chief at the Department of Natural Resources. Tom Crafford, 54, will report to Bob Loeffler, director of the Division of Mining, Land and Water, beginning... — Updated 5/22/2005

 By Curt Freeman    News

Mining exploration spending in Alaska approaches $50M in 2004, says Freeman

The month of November started off with a bang with favorable results for the mining industry from both the state and federal elections standpoint. As it closes the price of gold is... — Updated 11/28/2004 Full story

 By Patricia Liles    News

AngloGold 'keen' on Alaska projects

Describing Alaska as "a good place to do business," AngloGold (U.S.A.) Exploration's president of North America said the company's focus is shifting away from projects in Nevada and parts of Canada. The company increased its landholdings... — Updated 4/18/2004

 By Patricia Jones    News

Teryl Resources plans drilling at West Ridge

Vancouver, B.C.-based Teryl Resources plans to drill up to 15 reverse circulation holes on its West Ridge gold exploration property, located just south of the True North mine, about 10 miles west of the Fort Knox in Interior Alaska. In... — Updated 2/15/2004


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