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Franklin Mining, Inc., an exploration stage company, engages in mining of precious and non-ferrous metal properties. It focuses on its interests in two mining properties in the Republic of Bolivia, as well as in properties located in Clear Creek, Colorado. The company was formerly known as WCM Capital, Inc. Franklin Mining, Inc. was founded in 1864 and is based in Carson City, Nevada.

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Scalada Holdings Limited Enters into Joint Venture with Franklin Mining, Inc

Scalada Holdings Limited has entered into a joint venture with Franklin Mining, Inc. to focus on three mines in Bolivia including the La Joya Mine with some 96 tunnels and 115 million tons of ore resources. Both the entities are based in the US.

Franklin Mining, Inc. Announces Executive Changes

Franklin Mining, Inc. announced a management reorganization designed to align company Executives, Staff, and Operating Units, with core minerals and metals market sectors for each of its areas of operation. In discussing the reorganization, the company confirms that Mustafa Dar has been removed as President. Dar joined the company in October 2011 and served as President during a critical period of the company’s corporate restructuring. With the recently completed infrastructure improvements at the company's primary mining operations in the Republic of Bolivia, was the appropriate opportunity for Franklin to announce its search for an experienced mining executive to serve as President. In addition to his role as Chairman and CEO, William Petty will serve as President until the search is complete. In order to focus on all mining operations in the Republic of Bolivia, Beltran has been reassigned to the position of Controller, Franklin Mining, Bolivia. Beltran had previously served as Chief Financial Officer, Franklin Mining, Inc.


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