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REGIONAL— A bill that would restore two federal mineral leases to Chilean-based Antofagasta and its proposed Twin Metals mine, and halt a two-year study of a proposed mineral withdrawal in the Superior National Forest, narrowly passed the U.S. House last Thursday— but in the end it may not matter. more
REGIONAL— In a stunning upset, Republican Donald J. Trump swept most small cities and townships across northeastern Minnesota, marking the first time in generations that a GOP standard bearer has … more
REGIONAL— Officials with the Environmental Protection Agency are raising new concerns about whether the state of Minnesota is undermining federal pollution laws, potentially giving the EPA grounds … more
GREENWOOD TWP— St. Louis County Commissioner Keith Nelson traveled outside his district to lecture Greenwood township officials and criticize the Timberjay for a July 21 report that aired local … more
ELY – Advocates of sulfide mining will rally in front of the Twin Metals Minnesota facility in Ely Tuesday night and march along the streets of Ely to a second listening session regarding the … more
REGIONAL— A widely-published Canadian expert on wetlands and mining is challenging the adequacy of the science behind the environmental review of the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine, and that … more
REGIONAL—The state’s Pollution Control Agency has delivered a punishing indictment of U.S. Steel in a response and counterclaim to a lawsuit filed against the agency by the company in February. … more
REGIONAL— An administrative law judge has thrown out as unjustified a set of proposed new rules by the state’s Pollution Control Agency that would have likely allowed mining companies to … more
QUETICO PROVINCIAL PARK- A family trip in the Boundary Waters and Quetico turned tragic, on July 4, when the Kareken family’s dog slipped and fell into the raging waters of Rebecca Falls, near Lac … more
REGIONAL—Just in time for Earth Day, conservation groups across the state are sounding the alarm about a legislative session that they say has devolved into a wholesale assault on Minnesota’s … more
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