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  • Ruling stalls Montana mining project

    A Montana court ruling has added a legal roadblock to plans by a Spokane company to develop a large silver and copper mine in northwest Montana, including a portion that …

  • Court: More info needed before company can mine

    A Spokane Valley company will need to secure a more detailed water quality permit to develop a silver and copper mine beneath Montana’s Cabinet Mountain Wilderness. The Montana Supreme Court …

  • Montana court voids permit for Rock Creek Mine

    A Spokane Valley company has been dealt a setback in its effort to open a silver and copper mine beneath Montana’s Cabinet Mountain Wilderness.

  • Earnings: Revett Minerals Inc.

    For 03-29-2012

  • Tribes aiming to stop mine under Cabinets

    PABLO, Mont. – Members of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes are trying to prevent an underground copper and silver mine beneath the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness in northwestern Montana by …

  • In grizzly country, caution is key

    Grizzly bears are tucked away in their winter dens for at least another six weeks. But grizzly specialist Kim Annis is already embarking on northwestern Montana’s rural talk circuit. Hired …

  • Rock Creek decision upheld

    Building a mine beneath Montana’s Cabinet Mountain Wilderness won’t imperil the region’s threatened grizzly bears, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. The San Francisco-based court said that the …

  • Getting a nose count

    Next summer, grizzly bears will follow their noses to census sites. Enticed by the smell of fermented cow blood and fish guts, they’ll crawl through corrals of barbed wire to …

  • Judge blocks Montana mining plan

    BILLINGS – A federal judge on Monday blocked a proposal to dig a major new mine beneath a remote Montana wilderness area that boasts grizzly bears, rare trout – and …

  • Troy Mine ends shutdown warnings

    With metals prices improving, management at Troy Mine has allowed warnings of a possible shutdown to expire.

  • Court voids water discharge permit for mine

    The Rock Creek Mine’s plan to pump wastewater into the Clark Fork River needs a higher level of scrutiny, the Montana Supreme Court said in a ruling Thursday that voids …



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