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Fire in Heart of Yellowstone Causes Road Closure

A wildfire in the heart of Yellowstone National Park has forced a temporary closure of a 7.5-mile section of the Grand Loop Road.

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Photo Courtesy U.S. Forest Service
Photo Courtesy U.S. Forest Service
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Yellowstone Fire Burning Near Grand Loop Road

Yellowstone National Park officials say a wildfire burning near the Grand Loop Road north of Yellowstone Lake was the most active Monday on the side farthest away from any major visitor areas.

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Two Hikers Injured In Yellowstone Bear Encounter

Two hikers injured when a sow grizzly charged them in Yellowstone National Park.

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Lightning Starts Small Fire In Northeast Yellowstone

It's the second lightning caused fire reported this week in the park.

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Sign at Steamboat Geyser chronicling its last major event in 2005.
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Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser Sees Rare Eruption

Yellowstone National Park's Steamboat Geyser — the world's tallest — has erupted for the first time in more than eight years.

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Photo from Flickr via Arrr!
Photo from Flickr via Arrr!
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Yellowstone Officials Concerned About Montana Wolf Proposal [AUDIO]

Wyoming has just recorded it's best year ever for total returns on state investments. Yellowstone National Park administrators  say a tentative plan to relax gray wold hunting and trapping rules in Montana appears to be aimed at substantially reducing the park's population of the predators. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News

 

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Yellowstone Closes Inspiration Point For Safety Reasons

Yellowstone shuts down popular viewing spot because of safety issues.

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Norovirus Hits Yellowstone, Brought In On Tour Bus

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Officials report an outbreak of norovirus in the Mammoth area of Yellowstone National Park this week.

Yellowstone spokesman Al Nash says the bug is thought to have been brought in by visitors on a couple of tour buses who were ill when they entered the park

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Sylvan Pass (www.nps.gov)
Sylvan Pass (www.nps.gov)
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Dud Artillery Shells Left Above Sylvan Pass Near Yellowstone

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP)  An unknown number of dud artillery rounds litter the slopes above a remote pass inside Yellowstone National Park. But there are no plans to find and safely detonate them or stop the avalanche control program that uses artillery shells to keep the pass open during the winter

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Mead To Host Equal Pay Day Signing [AUDIO]

A new study says wolves don't startle female elk that winter east of Yellowstone National Park enough to make them lose weight or harm their birthing rates. Governor Matt Mead will host a public signing of Wyoming Equal Pay Day on June 26th. Joy Greenwald reports. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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