A Trip to Tucson 2000
April 2000 by Mark MallicoatThe stage was set for a great time, as better than 100 mining artifact collectors from all over the world gathered for the 6th Annual Tucson Arizona show. Many of us didn't even seem to mind the heat of the desert...
• Some of us probably recall the saying "the fly in the ointment."...
• "You must be morons to send me this letter!"
• Worried about Y2K?—Trust in God and the FDIC...
A small group of investors led by retired businessman Ray Bohn is trying to revive a remote Idaho gold mine shut down since 1942.
Eleven year old Josh Evans’ words said it for all of us at the rally: “Finding gold is really fun!”
After weeks, months, even years of eager anticipation, the New Millennium has dawned!
An era ended in Leadville February 4, when the last miners left the Black Cloud mine and hung up their brass tags for the last time.
• Utah's Kathleen Clarke nominated for top BLM post
• 3809 Regulations—Letter Drive
• Judge rules on Oregon coho salmon
• Norton joins fight against environmentalist lies...
The Bawl Mill • USFS Chief in Nevada • Uranium Miners May Be Compensated • Dairy Farmer Hits Pay Dirt • Canyon Resources in Battle in Montana • Guest Editorial—President's Land Plan Implements Unratified Treaty • Gold in Washington • Picks & Pans: Tips for Nuggestshooting—How to Increase Your Gold Finds (Part I) • Alaska Mining Industry Sees 5% Growth in 1999 • El Paso Mountains Mining History • Platinum Prices Could Spur Wyoming Rush • The Wooden Cross • Mining Hall of Fame Seeks Rhymes of the Mines • Collecting Garnets in Wyoming • McCaw School of MInes Dedicates Phase II • Melman on Gold & Silver • Mining Stock Quotes and Mineral & Metal Prices