Digging Deep 

New hope for the Silver Valley as the Lucky Friday mine reopens

Neon light catches in the cigarette smoke swirling off the afternoon drinkers at the Outlaw Tavern in Mullan, Idaho. They sip Rainier beer from heavy glass mugs while snow falls over the desolate streets of downtown, settling on vacant homes and…

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