There are no signs of a recession, and yet the world is in a recession.

But there are signs of the economic downturn spreading through the world.

This is the story of the Galenas silver mine in northern Idaho, which has been shut down by the Trump administration for more than a year.

The government is threatening to shut it down for more.

But for those who live and work in the mining town, the mining boom is alive and well.

It’s also a symbol of the struggles of workers around the country in the face of harsh conditions and the constant threat of shutdowns.

Galena is a mining town in the Powder River Basin of western Idaho.

Its population is roughly half of the state’s population.

Its largest employer is the state of Montana.

The town’s largest mine, the Silver Eagle Mine, was built in the 1950s, and the town’s first coal mine opened in the early 1960s.

It was one of the largest mines in the world until it closed in 2006, when it was purchased by a different company.

Today, Silver Eagle’s headquarters is in Boise.

Its copper and gold mine is just down the road, and it also operates the Silver Star Mine.

In 2015, the state government shut down the Silver Mine, which had been operated by the Silver Feather Mine since at least 2013.

In 2017, the federal government shut it, too.

There was a public hearing to discuss the closure of the mine, and hundreds of people gathered to protest.

Protesters from around the state gathered outside the federal courthouse in Boise, and on the city’s main boulevard.

The federal government was holding public hearings on the closure, but the Trump Administration’s announcement made headlines around the world, prompting protesters to gather in other cities and towns around the United States.

Protesters in Washington D.C. also demonstrated outside the courthouse, and protesters gathered in cities around the US.

Many people were upset by the closures.

They were upset that the mines were closing, and they were upset because they were going to be out of jobs for the next several years, and their families were going back to work.

And they were not happy about it, and that’s where I was coming from.

People were really upset, and this is something that we need to be doing more about, because this is the worst thing that can happen to a mining community in the United State of America.

The Silver Eagle mine was a part of the Silver Stars mine, which was established in the 1920s.

The mines are owned by a company called Silver Star Resources, which is based in Montana.

It operates a mine in Idaho and also operates another mine in Wyoming.

In the 1920’s, the mines made copper and silver, but those resources are now in decline.

In 2018, Montana passed a law requiring that mines like the Silver Eagles mines be closed.

Montana’s mining industry is also struggling with climate change.

It is also grappling with the opioid epidemic.

And the mining industry in the area is struggling with a shrinking population.

So, it is no surprise that there is a concern about the closure.

We were already concerned about it because the mines had been closed for so long, and there was a lot of concern, especially after the inauguration of President Trump.

The Trump administration has also come under fire from local leaders in the community.

The mining community was a very vocal, very vocal community in Galena, and I was also a member of the community, but when I heard the news of the closures, I thought it was something really negative that was going to happen to our community, and we are very proud of the way that our community has stood up to it.

We did a lot to get our voice heard.

But we also felt like it was very important that we get the message out that we have an obligation to the people of our community to be here and fight for what we believe in, and for us to have jobs here in the mines.

But it’s also about the communities that are there, and what the future holds.

We want to have a vibrant and vibrant mining community.

We have to be prepared to look at what’s coming down the pipe, and to prepare for the inevitable.

The silver mine has been operating for over 40 years, but it’s one of only two mines in this area.

In 2016, it opened to the public.

Today there are a lot more miners in this part of Idaho, and in 2018, the number of mines in Idaho was more than double what it was in 2016.

This mining boom has been going on for over 20 years, with the majority of the miners in the region being owned by Montana.

There are also mines in Wyoming, Arizona, California, and New Mexico.

The U.S. Department of Interior estimated in 2016 that the US mining industry employed nearly 1.2 million people.

And it is estimated that the mining sector employed more than 3 million people in 2015, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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