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 By Sarah Hurst    News

Northern Dynasty tops most juniors on market cap

Vancouver-based Northern Dynasty, whose sole asset is the Pebble project in southwest Alaska, is the only junior mining company to remain in the top five on the TSX Venture Exchange or TSX-V by market capitalization for two years... — Updated 4/29/2007

 

Mining news summary: Alaska mining industry running at over capacity

The annual running of the bulls in Pamplona can't hold a candle to the statewide frenzy that is going on right now across the length and breadth of Alaska. Measure it any way you like - meters drilled, helicopter hours used, geologists... — Updated 7/30/2006

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Mining news update from Curt Freeman: More discoveries on horizon

Over the course of the last several months, a series of new gold and base metal discoveries have been made. Several of these new discoveries were reported in the last month and... — Updated 11/27/2005

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Mining news update from Curt Freeman: Discoveries reported, some properties rediscovered

As expected, results from the summer field programs have begun to roll in from all over the state. Discoveries from base and precious metals properties were reported in September and... — Updated 10/30/2005

 

Mining news update from Curt Freeman: Reports from summer work begin to trickle in

As expected, news has begun to trickle in from projects being worked on across the state. Some of the news is good, some not so good and some makes one scratch the head and wonder what it all means. Two new corporations entered the... — Updated 9/25/2005

 

Mining news update from Curt Freeman: Alaska miners out in the field this summer

I have had numerous people ask me the same question over and over again for the last month - "What's going on in Alaska; everyone is so quiet?" My response has been and remains the same - everyone is too busy breaking rocks, drilling... — Updated 8/28/2005

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

No winter hiatus: 2005 Alaska plans advanced, some already in full swing

December, January and February are normally a time when the mining industry can stop and catch its collective breath, look into its often cloudy but well-used crystal ball and prepare... — Updated 2/27/2005

 
 By Patricia Liles    News

Woewodski drilling nearly complete

Spending about $250,000 on its first phase of drilling this year, Bravo Venture Group hit the ground mid-May with a core drill to test three prospects on the Woewodski Island property in Southeast Alaska about 18 miles southwest of... — Updated 6/20/2004

 
 By Curt Freeman    News

Mining news summary: Final tally suggests exploration expenditures for 2002 will come in at about the same or slightly higher than 2001

Information continues to trickle in from 2002 exploration programs around the state with the final tally suggesting exploration expenditures for 2002 will come in at about the same or sli... — Updated 11/17/2002

 

Alaska mining news summary: As the season reaches its peak and with metals prices on a slow rise, some properties show promise of turning into Alaska's next operating mine

The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that mining is one of the nation's safest occupations with a lower rate of illness and injury per 100 employees, 4.7, than manufacturing, 9, and construction, 8.3, and grocery stores, 8, hotels,... — Updated 9/8/2002

 

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... — Updated 4/14/2002

 

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... — Updated 9/1/2001

 

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... — 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... — Updated 5/28/2001

 

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