U.S. Rare Earths Receives Drill Permit For Diamond Creek Property
NEW YORK, Oct. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — U.S. Rare Earths, Inc., (“USRE” or “the Company”), is pleased to announce it has received approval for its drill permit on its Diamond Creek property in Idaho. Diamond Creek is one of four deposits the Company has under claim in Idaho and Nevada.
The permit will allow the Company to prepare a drill program shaped by historical data and more recent surface sampling, including the assessment conducted by James Hedrick (“Hedrick Assessment”), head of the USRE Advisory Board.
About U.S. Rare Earths, Inc.:
U.S. Rare Earths, Inc. (“USRE”, “U.S. Rare Earths” or the “Company”) is a mineral exploration, mining and claims acquisition company based in Lonoke, AR. Formerly Colorado Rare Earths, Inc., the Company holds over 12,000 acres of mining claims for rare-earth elements in Colorado, Idaho and Montana. In Colorado, these claims include the Powderhorn Property in Gunnison County, and Wet Mountain Property in Fremont and Custer Counties. Additional claims include the Lemhi Pass Property in Lemhi County, Idaho and Beaverhead County, Montana; Diamond Creek and North Fork Properties in Lemhi County, Idaho and the Sheep Creek Property in Ravalli County, Montana.
Rare earth elements are critical to many existing and emerging 21st century applications including clean-energy technologies such as hybrid cars and electric vehicles; high-technology applications including cell phones and digital music players; hard disk drives used in computers; microphones; fiber optics; lasers; and in addition, critical defense applications such as global positioning systems, radar and sonar; and advanced water treatment applications, including those for industrial, military, homeland security, domestic and foreign aid use. For more information visit www.usrareearths.com.
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