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Yellowstone Updates Fishing Regulations

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Anglers should be aware of some new fishing regulations at Yellowstone National Park that aim to help protect native fish species.

The limit on non-native fish caught in the park's Native Trout Conservation Area has been eliminated

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Yellowstone Inspecting Boats For Invasive Species

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — All watercraft entering Yellowstone National Park's lakes must first pass an inspection for invasive species.

National Park Service staff will also conduct daily inspections for all boats that launch from Bridge Bay, Grant Village and Lewis Lake boat ramps

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Yellowstone East Gate Set To Open Friday

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — The East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park is set to open Friday after a public-private effort to get the park's roads plowed despite federal budget cuts

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(Bill Shaefer/Getty)
(Bill Shaefer/Getty)
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Elk Featured In Film Dies [AUDIO]

An army Sergeant at Ft. Carson is getting the U.S. Military's third-highest combat medal. Trevor Trujillo has more. A Yellowstone National Park Elk featured in a BBC film has died after likely being killed by a wolf pack. Amy Richards has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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David McNew/Getty Images
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Judge Rules Against Group In Bison Hazing Case

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A judge has ruled against a conservation group's attempt to block the use of helicopters to haze wild bison into Yellowstone National Park.

U.S. District Judge Charles Lovell writes in his decision Tuesday the Alliance for the Wild Rockies had not shown the hazing significantly harms grizzly bears and their numbers are continuing to increase

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Isa Lake Bridge (Courtesy of National Park Service)
Isa Lake Bridge (Courtesy of National Park Service)
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Yellowstone Taking Comment on Bridge Project [AUDIO]

The National Park Service is taking public comment on a plan to reconstruct the aging Isa Lake bridge at Craig Pass in Yellowstone National Park. Doug Randall reports. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public meetings this week on the 2013 hunting season in Western Wyoming. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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(Courtesy of WYDOT)
(Courtesy of WYDOT)
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Gov: WYDOT Can Help Plow Yellowstone If Communities Pay For It

Governor Matt Mead has decided that Wyoming Department of Transportation equipment and labor will be made available if the Cody and Jackson communities raise money to pay the state to get the roads to the east and south gates of Yellowstone National Park open on time

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Sylvan Pass April 2006 - NPS Photo by Al Nash (1)
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Yellowstone: Willing to Listen to Plowing Proposals

Yellowstone National Park spokesman Al Nash says the park would be willing to listen to proposals from wyoming and montana to help plow the roads in the park. Nash says Yellowstone superintendent Dan Wenk has had discussions with state and local officials about the delayed opening of the park and how they might address the issues they raised.

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Mead: State Money Not an Option to Help Plow Yellowstone, Local Money OK

(Cheyenne) Gov. Matt Mead says he's open to having the Wyoming Department of Transportation plow roads inside Yellowstone National Park this spring.

Mead spokesman Renny MacKay said Monday the governor's office is conferring with city officials in Jackson and Cody to see how that could be arranged

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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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