This Week in Mining

Keetac is being restarted, per U.S. Steel.

U.S. Steel plans to restart Keetac in December


U.S. Steel looking at potential restart of Keetac

Minorca mine engineers go sky high for safety before blasts

Wisconsin DNR wants to raise mining fees, require more detailed plans

Construction complete on Cleveland-Cliffs' HBI plant in Toledo

Aurora Market set to open up in the spring in former union hall

Minnesota Supreme Court hears PolyMet case

Erie Mining book on its way to 1400 schools and colleges


Range lawmakers urge governor to pull mineral leases


Cleveland-Cliffs to acquire ArcelorMittal USA


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Company says court finds permit for PolyMet issued with proper procedures

Erie Mining Project announces scholarship fund

Going to work or a working fire, ArcelorMittal employees are ready
Minnesota Power to study benefits of electric mining trucks
Indefinite idle continues at Keetac, but two projects underway
Northshore Mining will be back in operation next week
Minntac and Minorca each have one case of COVID-19
Worker at United Taconite tests positive for COVID-19
Pandemic impacts the port, nearly 100 crew and officers laid off
Feds plan to prepare an environmental review of Twin Metals

Restart of production lines moved up to July at Minntac


Idle at Hibbing Taconite extended until August


Decades of mining laid ground for world class mountain biking


Longtime leader at PolyMet retiring next month


IRRRB approves $7 million in COVID-19 relief funds


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Holiday travel safety amid COVID-19

Health and airport leaders are reminding people to take safety protocols while traveling like wearing face masks and bringing hand sanitizer. 

Mike's Pub moving forward despite many challenges

Mike's Pub has faced plenty of hurdles this year, but the crew is still staying positive.

Virus surge, staff shortages hit Minnesota nursing homes

Fewer people have been screened for certain types of cancer since the global COVID-19 pandemic began.

Bentleyville Tour of Lights goes Drive-Thru

Bentleyville Drive-Thru Tour of Lights

Trump pardons Flynn, taking direct aim at Russia probe

After former national security adviser Michael Flynn pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI, President Trump pardoned him on Tuesday.

NAACP handing out masks before & after Thanksgiving

The NAACP handed out masks to the community in Duluth on Wednesday afternoon, and will hand more out again next Sunday. Free masks are available to the public from 2:00-4:00 at Coppertop Church, Asbury Church, and Denfeld High School.

Minnesota COVID-19 Update Wednesday

Minnesota COVID-19 Update Wednesday

Wisconsin COVID-19 Update Wednesday

Wisconsin COVID-19 Update Wednesday