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Bond: No more Wallace Miner

David Bond via Facebook:
As some of my friends may or may not know, the Wallace Miner publication has been put on hiatus by the Hagadone Corporation.
I had the privilege of editing the last three issues, which I thought we could build into an informative, readable, and commercially viable entity that would be of service to our hard-rock miners and their employers, to get a conversation going. Such was not the case, apparently. (Idealists and dreamers rarely get their way).
Insofar as there will be no more Wallace Miner, I have registered the URL WallaceStreetJournal.com. It's not active yet but I have some folks interested in making a go of it, details in a few weeks. It will be a forum for miners. I welcome your submissions by PM here or to my personal email: 999silver@gmail.com
I wish Hagadone Pub would reconsider their decision to bury the Wallace Miner but in the interim, let's have a go.
 
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