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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
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
REGIONAL— Gov. Mark Dayton is urging legislators back to the drawing board to seek a solution to resolve the ongoing dispute over the future of the state’s 10 mg/l sulfate discharge standard for … 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
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
REGIONAL— A three-judge panel of the state Court of Appeals has affirmed a lower court ruling dismissing, with prejudice, a lawsuit filed by Cook News Herald and Tower News owners Gary and Edna … more
REGIONAL— Eighth District congressional candidate Pete Stauber is facing a new complaint over misuse of St. Louis County resources to advance his run for Congress. Stauber is a St. Louis County … more
GREENWOOD TWP- The Greenwood Recreation Committee received multiple accolades for the township’s 40th Anniversary Picnic that was held on Aug. 25. Town board members and the public complimented the … more
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