January Issues Delayed For Weeks As USPS Searches Their Facility
February 2006 by Scott Harn“Neither rain nor sleet nor snow...” How does that saying go?
Hold up a glass of tap water and take a look at it. It’s about as clear as the new Yukon water regulations require the water returning to rivers to be after being used by placer miners. The new limit of 25 parts per million (ppm) sediment does not leave a lot of maneuvering room in terms of discharge.
Placers that are directly associated with lode deposits are sometimes overlooked and may have good potential for those who are willing to search for them.
Reservers and resources are very important to prospectors and miners, but they may be vague terms to some.
Explosives used correctly will save you both time and money being one of the best and most productive tools you can use.
Gold mining companies are being conservative in asset valuations despite recent spikes in gold prices in terms of US dollars, according to a survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
On June 16, 2003, US District Court Magistrate Judge Cooney made the recommendation that the Waldo Miners be denied their motion to intervene in Siskiyou Regional Education Project (SREP) vs. Siskiyou National Forest (SNF).
Gold was found in California a few years before the first official finds were made in Australia. It was on February 12, 1851, that Edward Hammond Hargreaves flashed around specks of gold he’d found in nearby Lewis Ponds Creek and sparked the...
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