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Lucky Mc, Shirley Basin mine sites sold; new owner plans to develop for production again

Jan 3, 2014 By Eric Blom, Staff Writer

Despite its recent purchase by the company that opened western Wyoming's first new uranium mine in decades, the historic Lucky Mc property probably will not be ...


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Once a giant of world uranium mining, the famed Lucky Mc mine in the Gas Hills east of Riverton has been idle for nearly 30 years, with significant reclamation completed. Here, mine supervisor Don Anderson surveyed the works during a peak mining day in 1975. Ranger file photo

Once a giant of world uranium mining, the famed Lucky Mc mine in the Gas Hills east of Riverton has been idle for nearly 30 years, with significant reclamation completed. Here, mine supervisor Don Anderson surveyed the works during a peak mining day in 1975. Ranger file photo


Once a giant of world uranium mining, the famed Lucky Mc mine in the Gas Hills east of Riverton has been idle for nearly 30 years, with significant reclamation completed. Here, mine supervisor Don Anderson surveyed the works during a peak mining day in 1975. Ranger file photo

Once a giant of world uranium mining, the famed Lucky Mc mine in the Gas Hills east of Riverton has been idle for nearly 30 years, with significant reclamation completed. Here, mine supervisor Don Anderson surveyed the works during a peak mining day in 1975. Ranger file photo

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