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South Bend Tribune Staff WriterA sea of bicycles, sofas, electronics, small refrigerators, clothing and other items nearly fills a former retail storefront on the city’s east side, awaiting bargain hunters who will arrive early Saturday. The University of Notre Dame’s...
American News CorrespondentPIERRE — The state Board of Minerals and Environment decided Thursday to allow the transfer by one company to another company of a permit to mine gold in an area about five miles west of Lead near the rim of Spearfish Canyon. The transfer is...
American New CorrespondentPIERRE — The history of mining in South Dakota, whether for gold or gravel, shows us that some companies take responsibility for the damages they cause. But some don’t. And when they don’t, then someone else must. Either another...
NEW YORK -- Speculators reduced bullish bets on corn by more than any other commodity, just before the United States reported its single biggest export sale in 18 years and prices had their largest two-day rally in almost a month. Money managers cut corn...
You can still pan for gold in California, "if you know where to look," according to Laguna Beach gold and mineral collector Wayne Leicht. But panning for gold isn't what Leicht is known for. He collects the rarest, and possibly most beautiful,...
Tags: Metal and Mineral, Museums, Arts and Culture
This weekend, Alaskan mushers Tim Osmar and Monica Zappa will be competing in the Upper Peninsula 200 race. But last night, they were at the Crooked Tree Arts Center to raise awareness about a mining complex, called the Pebble Mine, proposed in southwest...
For store owner and gold buyer Jason Michelsen, the gold-to-cash-market is a matter of the math — and a passion. For local jewelry store owner Vance Reusch, it’s also a matter of trust. Reusch and Michelsen are competitors in Petoskey....
Tags: Services and Shopping, Apple iPad, Sales, Ethics, Business
Zap2ItFor several seasons on Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch," executive producer Thom Beers has followed fishermen as they pull living gold in the form of king and snow crab from the waters of Alaska's Bering Sea, braving the fierce storms and frigid...
Zap2ItCasey Wilson of "Happy Endings" on ABC Q: Since you have written and acted in films, been onstage and are now in a TV show, which is your preference? A: I would say stage. It's just the most fun even though it's so compartmentalized, so start-and-...
It's a crisp, cold morning. Inside our recreational vehicles, we don fleece jackets and sweatshirts as the temperature hovers just below freezing. Ice has formed on one of the kettle ponds we are parked alongside in the vast Arctic tundra. As we step...
European shares hit their lowest close in 11 months on Tuesday as weak global growth replaced the U.S. debt ceiling row as investors' main concern and banks fell on worries about the euro zone peripheral debt crisis. The pan-European FTSEurofirst 300 (....
Q13 FOX News OnlineNew video released Wednesday shows what those 33 Chilean miners did during their 69 days underground. The video, taken by the miners themselves, show the men in good spirits, writing letters to family and helping to clear the rubble as they waited to be...
Tags: Metal and Mineral
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