Montana Tunnels Gets Final OK
December 2008 by Associated PressThe federal and state agencies authorized enlargement of the pit, expansion of waste-disposal areas and other measures that Montana Tunnels operators project will...
Toward the end of this summer, we expect another Federal Register notice will be published that deals with Forest Service mining regulations.
“Wealth beyond your wildest imagination.” Those were the words that were used to inform me of how much gold was in a paleo channel that exists beneath the present channel of the Similkameen River in the State of Washington; words that have echoed in my mind for the past sixteen years.
What a month! It seemed as if one headline after another dwelled on one, and only one subject, that of the environmentalists’ concern over “global warming.” Politicians changed directions, mass demonstrations were held, Al Gore moved to the top of the media hit parade, and lawmakers were warming up to the task of revolutionizing our lives with torrents of new laws, regulations and policies.
The Nevada Historical Society's "This Was Nevada" Series
Ohio is an industrialized, midwestern state with a population of 11.5 million and an area of 40,953 square miles. Annual precipitation is about 40 inches, enough to give rise to hardwood forests...
Regulators gave final approval to a nickel and copper mine for the Upper Peninsula.
Last month was one of the most unusual in recent memory. For virtually an entire month, the news media was focused almost entirely with death and dying.
The Bawl Mill • Mining Journal Contest • Bullion River's French Gulch Gold Mine • Reading A River: Finding The Paystreaks—Part I • Gold Miners Hunker Down Amid Financial Storm • Lluvia de Oro—A Shower of Gold Awaiting Development in the Sierra Madre—Part II • From Hand Sluice to Dredge • Melman on Gold & Silver (2008 Year in Review) • Chavez Eyes Venezuela’s Largest Gold Mine • Mining Stock Quotes and Mineral & Metal Prices