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Yellowstone National Park Tourism Raises $400 Million In Economic Benefit

The peer-reviewed visitor spending analysis was conducted by U.S. Geological Survey economists for the National Park Service.

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daveynin, Flickr
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Yellowstone National Park Open After 16 Day Closure

Yellowstone National Park spokesman Al Nash says all of the entrances to Yellowstone National Park are open to visitors.

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daveynin, Flickr
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Yellowstone Visitor Center at Mammoth Improved

The National Park Service is making improvements to one of its visitor centers in Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone National Park (Courtesy of National Park Service)
Yellowstone National Park (Courtesy of National Park Service)
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National Park Visitors Spent $627 million in Wyoming in 2011 [AUDIO]

A new National Park Service report shows that nearly 6 million national park visitors in Wyoming in 2011 spent  $627 million and supported over 9,100 jobs. Doug Randall reports. Crop insurance deadlines are coming up. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Ernie Hathaway, flickr
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National Park Cuts Detailed in Memo

Visitors to America's national parks will encounter fewer rangers, find locked restrooms and visitors centers, and see trashcans emptied less often if 5 percent across-the-board federal budget cuts are enacted.

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Bill Schaefer, Getty Images
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Park Service Releases Future Yellowstone Winter Use Plan

The National Park Service on Friday morning released a preferred alternative plan plan for the future of winter use in Yellowstone National Park. The following is from a news release from the Park Service on it's proposal

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U.W. Will See More Construction [AUDIO]

The University of Wyoming will see more construction after the Legislature mostly granted and in some cases added to, U.W.'s requests for capital projects in the next biennium budget. Doug Randall has the details. The National Park Service is awarding nearly $31,000 to preserve The Heart Mountain Relocation Center, where thousands of Japanese Americans were detained during World War II. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Snowmobilers in Yellowstone
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Yellowstone Releases Winter Use Plan [audio]

The National Park Service has released a draft winter use plan for Yellowstone National Park. We'll hear from Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk about the preferred alternative. Deborah Smith of Wyoming News Service has a report on the A-A-R-P Spelling Bee coming to Cheyenne next month. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Tuesday In The Morning Zone a Flood of Information

With the snow pack in the North Platte drainage higher than even last year, there is a very real possibility that Glendo State Park may well be in for more flooding. Be listening at 9:07AM MDT today in The Morning Zone, as Parks Administrator Domenic Bravo from the Wyoming State Parks Division guests to talk about flooding issues.

But first, John Wohlstetter will be with us at 7:37 reg

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National Park Service Evaluating Trails in Wyoming [Audio]

Doug Randall reports that an Iowa man has pleaded guilty to a Federal charge of child pornography. The man admitted in court that he persuaded a Wyoming teenager to send him sexually explicit images of herself over the internet. The National Park  Service is seeking public comments concerning 64 routes in Wyoming that are being evaluated for possible addition to the Oregon, California, Pony Express and Mormon Pioneer trails.  Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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