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Arizona Mining Completes Metallurgical Study at Hermosa Project, Arizona

January 11, 2016

Arizona Mining Inc. has completed a scoping level metallurgical study on the lead (Pb), zinc (Zn) and silver (Ag) mineralization at its advanced exploration Hermosa project. The study projects overall recoveries of 92.9 percent Pb; 85.5 percent Zn and 91

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Baja Mining Completes Initial Metallurgical Test Work at Cinto Colorado Tailing Project, Mexico

January 11, 2016

Initial metallurgical test work on samples taken from Baja Mining Corp.‘s Cinto Colorado leach/precipitation/flotation (LPF) tailings located in Santa Rosalia, adjacent to the Boleo mine site, have yielded positive results. The company engaged Met-Solve Laboratories in Langley, BC to undertake

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Fortune Minerals Produces Premium Battery-grade Cobalt Sulphate Sample from NICO Project, Saskatoon

January 11, 2016

Fortune Minerals Limited subsidiary SGS Canada Inc. has produced a premium high purity cobalt sulphate heptahydrate sample from cobalt sulphate product previously produced for the company in a pilot plant from concentrates originating from the NICO Gold-Cobalt-Bismuth-Copper deposit ore. This

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Imperial Metals Suspends Operations at Its Huckleberry Mine, Canada

January 11, 2016

Imperial Metals Corporation subsidiary Huckleberry Mines Ltd. (HML) has suspended pit operations at the Huckleberry mine, affecting approximately 100 of its 260 employees. HML will retain the balance of its work force to continue milling stockpiled ore. While HML has

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Foresight Energy to Reduce Workforce by 100 at All of Its Operations, Illinois

January 11, 2016

Foresight Energy LP subsidiary Hillsboro Energy LLC is continuing its efforts to extinguish the March 2015 combustion event within the longwall district at Hillsboro’s Deer Run Mine, near Hillsboro, Illinois. To date, their efforts have not been successful, and they

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Nearly $2 Million Awarded to Help Virginia Workers Affected by Coal Mining Industry Layoffs

January 11, 2016

The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded POWER Initiative National Dislocated Worker Grant funding of $1,965,730 to the Virginia Community College System to help provide reemployment services required by coal industry workers to prepare for positions in emerging and growing

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U.S. Mining Deaths Dropped to New Lows in 2015

January 11, 2016

Preliminary data released by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration indicate that 28 miners died in 2015 in work-related accidents at the nation’s mines, down from 45 in 2014. The figure represents the lowest number of

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17 Workers Rescued from Cargill Underground Salt Mine After Being Trapped for Hours, New York

January 8, 2016

Emergency crews in upstate New York on Thursday morning freed all 17 workers who had been trapped in an elevator at a salt mine about 800 feet below ground. “Extremely relieved and happy to say that they’re out,” Cargill mine

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Jesse Creek Mining to Close Down Its Coal Mine in Alabama

January 8, 2016

Jesse Creek Mining, LLC, which has offices in Alabaster, announced it has ceased production at its mine facility, and approximately 170 employees will be affected by the closure. The mine facility ceased production on Jan. 5 due to an “increasingly

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Rosebud Idling Most Pennsylvania Coal Mines, Leading to Furlough of 429 Miners

January 8, 2016

Rosebud Mining Co. is idling most of its Pennsylvania coal mines, putting 429 miners temporarily out of work. Jim Barker, vice president of the Kittanning-based company told the Indiana Gazette he hopes the workers will be called back in February.

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