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
DULUTH, MN — Every 90 days Derek Harbin walks through local mining facilities as the Mine Inspector for St. Louis County. “Our scope is pretty
Uncertainty continues on the Iron Range Wednesday as United Steelworkers and U.S. Steel continue to clash over contracts. While negotiations are happening in Pittsburgh, local
For the first time in 40 years the William A. Irvin will be back on the water as it moves from Duluth to Superior so
Two weeks after Cleveland-Cliffs filed a lawsuit against the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Commissioner Tom Landwehr, the CEO of the mining company, Lourenco Goncalves said there has been no more discussion and lawyers are handling the situation now.
After contract negotiations stalled last week the United Steelworkers union has called for a strike authorization vote – this time for ArcelorMittal facilities.
Less than 24 hours after the United Steelworkers negotiating team returned to Pittsburgh, U.S. Steel has presented the union with a new contract offer.
United Steelworkers nationwide voted last week to authorize a strike after the company and the union couldn’t reach an agreement on a new contract.
Union members at U.S. Steel-owned mines on the Iron Range, and across the country, are now one step closer to a strike.
Just off the highway. Down the beaten path. Sits a hidden piece of mining history.
Members of United Steelworkers gathered Tuesday morning for a strike authorization vote.
Fair contracts. That’s what United Steelworkers union members rallied for Thursday.