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Natural Resource Partners Aggregates Business Up

Natural Resource Partners L.P. (NRP) reported third quarter 2017 net income of $26.1 million and net income attributable to the common unitholders and general partner of $18.4 million, which equated to $1.48 and $1.07 basic and diluted net income per common unit, respectively. NRP also generated Adjusted EBITDA of $58.1 million.

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Mining Executives Testify on Importance of Domestic Minerals

In testimony before House and Senate natural resources committees, National Mining Association (NMA) General Counsel Katie Sweeney and Hecla Mining Co. Vice President of External Affairs Luke Russell reminded members of Congress that domestic metals and minerals are not only the front-end of the supply chain for countless industries but are also vital to the success of rebuilding American infrastructure.

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MLPA Recognizes 2016 Safety Award Recipients

More than 80 stationary and portable plant crews of the Missouri Limestone Producers Association (MLPA) were honored with the MLPA Safety Award for their records of safety and outstanding performance in 2016. Categories include the Safety Commendation For No Lost-Time Accidents, as well as the Consecutive Years Without A Lost-Time Accident Award and the Multiples of 100,000 Hours Without A Lost-Time Accident Award.

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Fairmont Santrol, Unimin Strike Merger Deal

Fairmount Santrol and Unimin Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of SCR-Sibelco NV, announced that the boards of directors of both companies have approved a definitive agreement under which Fairmount and Unimin will combine in a tax-free, cash and stock transaction.

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Illinois EPA Out of Bounds Targeting Quarries That Accept CCDD

The news reports certainly grabbed your attention. Four in five Illinois quarries that backfill with concrete and other demolition waste showed higher-than-acceptable levels of toxins, according to state sampling results from the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA).

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