HIBBING, MN — From working for former Governor Rudy Perpich to taking on the role as President of the Hibbing Chamber of Commerce, Lory Fedo
PolyMet CEO Jon Cherry is sounding off after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issued the final permit needed for the company to build a copper-nickel mine near Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota early Friday morning.
This is the final permit needed for the project to move forward in Hoyt Lakes.
DULUTH, MN — In early March, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz announced a set of policy proposals, which his administration says will lead Minnesota to 100
SILVER BAY, MN — Northshore Mining, which originally operated as Reserve Mining Company, was the first taconite processing facility in North America when it opened
CHISHOLM, MN — If you talk the talk, you better walk the walk. That was the message Tuesday from Cleveland-Cliffs Chairman, President and CEO Lourenco Goncalves.
A group opposed to a copper-nickel mine on the edge of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has hired a former state agency chief who approved another controversial mining project in northeastern Minnesota
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The largest public lands bill considered by Congress in a decade passed Tuesday. It’s called the Natural Resources Management Act. To summarize,
President Donald Trump talks tough on trade yet his administration granted hundreds of companies permission to import millions of tons of steel made in China, Japan and other countries without paying a hefty tariff.
CLEVELAND, OH — Cleveland-Cliffs is reporting its 4th Quarter and year-end results for 2018, and the mining company’s Chairman, President and CEO said the last year
A federal judge in Minnesota has lifted a hold that had been placed on four lawsuits challenging the proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine in northeastern Minnesota.
In this week’s Eye on Mining, CBS 3’s Kristen Vake sits down with PolyMet President and CEO Jon Cherry for an exclusive interview.
The public comment period on federal mineral leases for Twin Metals Minnesota has been extended through January 30, 2019, according to the Bureau of Land