Melman on Gold & Silver
October 2001 by Leonard MelmanDeadlines are something we must live with at ICMJ as with any other publication, and as this columnist’s deadline approached early Tuesday morning of September 11, I turned on the financial channel to get some last pre-market commentary before completing this month’s column. What I saw was virtually beyond belief. A jetliner had just crashed into one of the two towers of the World Trade Center...
NovaGold Resources Inc. announced that a gold prospect in southwest Alaska is ready to advance to permitting.
When he’s not searching for improvements on the track, the affable driver is prospecting for gold across the United States.
Eight US coal, metal and nonmetal mines that achieved a perfect safety record in 2002—a combined 1.9 million employee hours without any time lost to serious injury or a fatality—were honored with prestigious “Sentinels of Safety Awards” presented by Assistant Secretary of Labor for Mine Safety and Health David Lauriski
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• Some good news for a change
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