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Another Enbridge pipeline proposed for Canadian tar sands oil

Enbridge Energy said today it plans to build yet another new oil pipeline into the Northland, on top of two expansion projects already in the works.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/04/2014

Cash woes linger for Essar Steel project

It seems like every other month or so Essar Steel Minnesota is in the news, and the news usually isn’t good for the fledgling taconite company that broke ground in 2008 and has all its permits in place but still isn’t producing any iron ore.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/04/2014

Sax-Zim welcome center sided with ‘thermally modified’ aspen

Saw boards out of aspen and stick them on the outside of a house in northern Minnesota and you probably wouldn’t have much in a few years.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/03/2014

Lake Superior returns to ‘normal’ level

Lake Superior hit its normal level in February for the first time in nine years, according to the International Lake Superior Board of Control.

Duluth News Tribune, 03/01/2014

Lake Superior hits normal water level for first time in 9 years

Lake Superior hit its normal level in February for the first time in nine years, according to the International Lake Superior Board of Control.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/28/2014

UP’s Empire mine to stay open

Cliffs Natural Resources announced Thursday that it will keep its Empire taconite operation in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula open beyond the end of this year, when the plant had been scheduled to close.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/28/2014

2013-14 is Duluth’s second-coldest winter on record

Pat yourself on the back, Duluthians, but don’t take your gloves off: You just lived through the second-coldest winter on record.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/28/2014

Potential PolyMet health effects concern Northland medical professionals

A group of Duluth-area physicians, nurses and medical school faculty says the effects of copper mining on human health haven’t been adequately addressed in the PolyMet environmental review.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/28/2014

No extension for Polymet mine public comment period

The public comment period for the proposed PolyMet copper mine and processing center near Hoyt Lakes will end on March 13, after 90 days, state and federal agency officials said Thursday.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/27/2014

U.P.’s Empire mine to remain open

U.P.’s Empire mine gets reprieve. Deal with AreclorMittal keeps mine open at least two more years.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/27/2014

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