New Interim Rules For Washington Miners
September 2006 by Scott HarnNew Interim Rules may be coming soon in the state of Washington.
The hard-learned lessons, humor, tragedies and issues of work in mining have long been the subject of poetry, stories, songs and visual art by mineworkers and their families.
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• NEPA gets a much needed update
• Army Corps to release review of Pebble Mine
We import nearly all of our REEs from China, so it’s critical that we find and continue to develop domestic resources of these elements.
Author’s note: If you ever contemplate prospecting on the Seventymile River, beginning at the mouth, make sure your will is up to date, and you’ve said goodbye to loved ones. If the mosquitoes don’t get you on the way up, you’ll surely drown in the river or wear yourself out thrashing through the brush.
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The population of Sutro almost reached the same number this weekend as it did during its short-lived heyday. About 600 visitors explored the site where Adolf Sutro envisioned a bustling city.
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