Hathor Intersects 81.5 m of 1.59% U3O8 at Roughrider Zone East

- March 3rd, 2010

Hathor Exploration reports assay the first complete set of drill hole assays from the ongoing 2010 winter drill program at the Midwest NorthEast project, Athabasca Basin.
The Midwest Northeast Property is located along strike to the north of the Midwest and Midwest A uranium deposits. The Roughrider deposit is accessed by a 6 km winter road connected to Highway […]

Hathor Exploration reports assay the first complete set of drill hole assays from the ongoing 2010 winter drill program at the Midwest NorthEast project, Athabasca Basin.

The Midwest Northeast Property is located along strike to the north of the Midwest and Midwest A uranium deposits. The Roughrider deposit is accessed by a 6 km winter road connected to Highway 955. The property is approximately 8.5 km north of the community of Points North, the main service hub for northereastern Saskatchewan (see regional plan map on the Company’s website at www.hathor.ca).

Hathor’s Manager, Dr. Alistair McCready says:

“These assays confirm the uranium potential that originally excited our exploration team in the field; seeing core box after core box of altered and radioactive core delivered from hole after hole at the new RRZE discovery. I am excited about once again intersecting high grade mineralization associated with massive to semi-massive pitchblende, but the fact that we are now intersecting broad and continuous sections of altered and radioactive rock with proven elevated uranium content throughout gives us something entirely new to be excited about; namely, the potential for broad and continuous composite sections of mineralization, and in three dimensions, large volumes of continuously mineralized rock.”

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