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Black Hawk Exploration Expands its Lithium Assets

Black Hawk Exploration (OTCM:BHWX), a diversified metals and energy exploration company, has announced it is expanding its wholly owned subsidiary's, Blue Lithium Energy, property acquisition budget.

The Company's geologists have recommended evaluating 10 exploration sites. Analysis of soil and water samplings from our lithium activities scheduled for early February will supplement the ranking of multiple staking sites.  The Clayton Valley brines occurred between 600 and 800 feet based on the 1980's U.S. Geological Survey work completed in the 1980s by the U.S. Geological Survey and the nearby producing wells at the Chemetall-Foote Silver Peak operation also in Clayton Valley. Black Hawk intersected lithium bearing brines from 60 to 530 feet depth in its first well.

"This is our first step to aggressively expand our lithium assets, since we acquired and drilled the strategic Clayton Valley lithium brine claims. Our comprehensive lithium exploration criteria and target mapping for our 2011 expansion will allow us to proceed with the staking and exploration of multiple new lithium opportunities for BHWX in Nevada," stated Kevin M. Murphy, CEO of Black Hawk.

Black Hawk Cowley County Update

Black Hawk has engaged Val Energy of Wichita, Kansas to schedule the mobilization of their rig for late January for our initial wash down program and slick water frack.

Dun Glen Gold and Silver Update

Black Hawk's preparation of its Plan of Operation, to be submitted to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, is on schedule and is planned to be submitted to the BLM in March. Our Core Drill Program Report being prepared by the Company's Geologists, Hunsaker, Inc., is expected within a week.


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