Twin Metals Minnesota will hold a public open house to show off its new, 17,000-square-foot drill-core library from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Friday in Ely.RELATED CONTENT
A group working to implement a new clothing purchase policy for the city of Duluth is hosting a public forum Thursday night.
Republicans are looking to curtail public access to an iron mine site in Northwestern Wisconsin in hopes of stopping protesters from interfering with the project.
The Duluth News Tribune won five first-place awards Tuesday in the Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists 2012 Page One contest, including for spot-news coverage of the June 2012 flood.
A guest speaker in Duluth yesterday long has been a dark cloud over any prediction of economic benefit related to the coming mining of precious metals in northern Minnesota.RELATED CONTENT
A major energy resource exists in Minnesota — somewhere you’d least expect. This resource protects the environment and creates jobs.
News Tribune, June 19, 1973
Daniel Greysolon Sieur du Lhut arrived on our shores in 1683, and his name has been synonymous with our area ever since. In 1857 Duluth became a city, and the name has served us well. Jacques Lipchitz’s statue of du Lhut proudly points to our city from the campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth.
8th District U.S. Court of Appeals order may force the EPA and mining companies back to the negotiating table.RELATED CONTENT
More than 1,700 Lake Country Power members will be without power the morning of June 26 while workers perform maintenance on the Grand Lake Substation.
DULUTH ENTRY: Morning: Cason J. Callaway, arriving to unload limestone and load iron ore pellets; Victoriaborg, arriving to load beet pulp pelletsRELATED CONTENT
University of Minnesota Duluth geologists call it the largest untapped copper-nickel deposit in the world, with millions of tons of valuable metals worth billions of dollars sitting in the Duluth complex of rock under Minnesota’s Arrowhead.RELATED CONTENT
The number of homes on the market also has increased.
The Department of Natural Resources has denied an appeal from the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe to stop exploratory drilling in Northwestern Wisconsin by Gogebic Taconite.
Students at the University of Minnesota Duluth will be able to start earning a new degree this fall for a major in cultural entrepreneurship, a program university officials say is the first of its kind in the country.RELATED CONTENT