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Wide gold zone tapped at Klondike's Lone Star

Klondike Gold Corp. Nov. 1 reported broad gold intercepts from the first two holes drilled this year at the Lone Star target within its 527-square-kilometer (130,225 acres) Klondike District gold project near Dawson City, Yukon.

The first hole at Lone Star, LS16-58, cut 37 meters averaging 2.4 grams per metric ton gold.

LS16-59, drilled 40 meters to the east, cut 27.7 meters of 1.2 g/t gold.



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