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By Curtis J. Freeman, Cpg #6901
PNA Contributing Columnist 

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

Geologist Curt Freeman says a number of areas are seeing increased levels of interest and investment for the first time in five years; and gold exploration has resurfaced, but base metal, platnium group metal exploration continue strong


Last updated 8/11/2002 at Noon

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 seeing increased levels of interest and expenditure for the first time in five years.

Tire kicking has increased across the board and new property acq...

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