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Teryl Resources Corporation OTCBB: TRYLF TSX-V: TRC

News Releases 2011

August 3, 2011
Teryl Resources Corp. Announces Drill Program to Commence on 100% Owned Westridge Property, Fairbanks, Alaska

For Immediate Release: August 3, 2011. Vancouver, BC – Teryl Resources Corp. (TSX Venture Exchange: TRC.V, OTCBB: TRYLF) wishes to announce that a drilling program is planned this season, subject to adequate financing, to test several anomalous gold targets. The Westridge claims are 22 miles, by road, north of Fairbanks, Alaska and adjacent to the 1.3 million ounce gold deposit called the True North Prospect, which was previously purchased by Kinross for 96 million dollars of shares and cash.

Previous results announced on September 29, 2004 as follows:

Rock and soil sampling was conducted in August approximately 1,600 meters west of the Old Glory prospect where the Company discovered significant gold mineralization in 2003 (see News Release dated April 28, 2004). Exploration in the newly discovered area was prompted by past soil sampling conducted by Amax Gold that indicated anomalous gold and arsenic in soils on the ridgeline between Moose Creek #1 and Moose Creek #2. Initial sampling consisted of 14 soil samples and 20 rock samples collected from hand-dug pits.

One of two areas selected for this work returned soil samples containing gold values ranging up to 848 ppb with elevated arsenic and antimony values. Gold, arsenic and antimony values were consistently higher in soil samples collected over granodiorite intrusive host rocks suggesting a possible genetic association between the intrusive rocks and gold mineralization. Rock samples collected from the same hand-dug pits where soil samples were collected returned gold values ranging up to 4,350 ppb (4.3 gpt or 0.127 opt). Gold was associated with anomalous arsenic and antimony and was hosted by iron oxide stained quartz-bearing intrusives and quartz-mica schist of the Fairbanks Schist. The extent of the mineralization is open to expansion beyond the areas sampled to date in 2004.

Based on the positive results from preliminary sampling, additional soil and rock sampling will be conducted in October with the goal of defining future drilling targets for this part of the Westridge property. The 100%-owned Westridge property is two miles south of the Kinross's True North deposit, and six miles north of the Fort Knox deposit, which was reported to contain 4 million ounces of gold at a grade of 0.03 opt gold.

All geochemical samples were analyzed by ALS Chemex for gold via fire assay techniques plus a multi-element suite via ICP methods with four-acid digestion. Blanks submitted with reconnaissance samples suggest no unusual or spurious geochemical results.

Qualified Person: Mr. Curtis Freeman, MS, P.Geo., Certified Professional Geologist (#6901), member of the American Institute of Professional Geologists, is the Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 responsible for the accuracy of this news release.

Two distinct gold in soil anomalies were located on the Westridge property in 1999 by a Bombardier auger soil sample program and RVC drilling. The west anomaly is approximately 4,000 feet NWSE by 3,000 feet NE - SW. The east anomaly extends along a northeast trend for 7000 feet.

Previous drilling has resulted in significant gold intersected with values up to 35 feet of gold value grading 1.68 grams of gold (.049 opt).

Teryl Resources Corp. symbol TRC.V TSX Venture – has several gold prospects in Alaska near the Kinross Fort Knox Mine, including a 20% interest in the Gil property, and one silver property located in Northern B.C. adjacent to Silvercorp's silver lead zinc discovery. Teryl also has a small revenue interest in 3 oil and gas wells in Texas with Anadarko Petroleum as the operator. See website for more detailed information.


"John Robertson"

John Robertson, President

Press Release contact information:
John Robertson President, Teryl Resources Corp.
T: 800-665-4616


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