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2008-08-08 09:01:16

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Aug. 8, 2008) - Stroud Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SDR) ("Stroud" or the "Company") announced today the adoption by its Board of Directors of a Shareholder Rights Plan (the "Plan"), similar to those adopted by many other Canadian corporations. Given the very encouraging drill results announced to date by the Company on its Santo Domingo silver/gold project in central Mexico, the Board is of the view that such results and the prospects for this property are not...

2008-07-23 09:00:54

Stroud Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: SDR)("Stroud") today announced more encouraging results from its current drill program at the Santo Domingo project in central Mexico. The latest two drill holes have further extended to the northwest the wide mineralized zone encountered on the Rayas structure. Drill hole #27 encountered the widest mineralized section reported by the company to date. A 50-metre step out hole was drilled to the northwest from the last holes reported on June 20th 2008....

2008-06-20 09:00:35

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 20, 2008) - Stroud Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SDR) ("Stroud") today announced results from the latest three drill holes in its current drill program at the Santo Domingo project in Central Mexico that has extended the wide mineralized zone on the Rayas structure to the northwest. George Coburn, President and CEO, commented, "These holes continue to demonstrate a wide mineralized system that is open along strike and to depth. We are very encouraged by...

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