ST. PAUL, MN — On Wednesday, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued a temporary stay, or suspension, on two PolyMet permits including the dam safety permit and the Permit to
ST. PAUL, MN — On Wednesday, the Minnesota Court of Appeals issued a temporary stay, or suspension, on two PolyMet permits including the dam safety
CHISHOLM, MN — The history of labor in Iron Range mines is complicated and in some cases dark. “It was terrible working conditions,” said Pamela
HIBBING, MN — A lawsuit has been filed against U.S. Steel over a piece of land the company controls that could extend the declining lifespan
ELY, MN — With the i’s dotted and the t’s crossed, Twin Metals Minnesota and the Iron Range Building and Construction Trades Council are now
ELY, MN — A controversial copper-nickel mining project near the Boundary Waters is inching closer towards an environmental review process. A move by the Trump administration
In a letter, the agency states the audit’s objective is to determine whether the EPA followed appropriate Clean Water Act and NPDES regulations to review the permit, which was approved by Minnesota, and was issued in 2018.
WaterLegacy attorney Paula Maccabee says that while the EPA had serious concerns, they weren’t reflected in PolyMet’s final permit, which did not set limits for specific pollutants.
DULUTH, MN — Three hundred million shares – that’s the current amount issued by PolyMet Mining. But now, the company is looking to triple that by
The company will be celebrating Northshore Mining becoming the only U.S. based iron ore processing facility to produce low silica DR-grade pellets.
An appeals court says the Minnesota DNR does not have to request a supplemental environmental-impact statement from PolyMet for the copper-nickel mine which would be built near Hoyt Lakes.
HIBBING, MN — Windows to the world. That’s the theme behind Hibbing’s new mine view. “One of the greatest things about the new view is we
The United States has agreed to remove steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada in what was a key roadblock to a new trade deal and a sore point in relations
There’s a trend happening in Northeastern Minnesota – it’s called retirement.
Some Minnesota lawmakers want to tighten rules for the safe storage of toxic waste from metal mining