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daveynin, Flickr
daveynin, Flickr
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Park Service Offers Free Admission to Yellowstone

Visitors to Yellowstone and other national parks will be admitted free on National Public Lands Day, Sept. 28.

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Mike Miley, flickr
Mike Miley, flickr
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Yellowstone Jolted with Small Earthquake

A small earthquake jolted Yellowstone National Park near Old Faithful geyser on Sunday.

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Yellowstone National Park sign
Yellowstone National Park\ National Park Service
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Yellowstone Seeks Comment on Isa Lake Bridge

Yellowstone National Park is accepting more public comment through Oct. 1 on a proposal to reconstruct Isa Lake Bridge.

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Photo Courtesy U.S. Forest Service
Photo Courtesy U.S. Forest Service
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Yellowstone Wildfires Grow Little

Yellowstone National Park officials say only one of six lightning-sparked fires showed widespread activity during dry weather but grew only a few acres and the blazes have not impacted park visitors.

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US Forest Service Photo
US Forest Service Photo
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Heavy Rain Helps Cool Yellowstone Wildfires

Heavy rain has helped cool off wildfires burning in Yellowstone National Park.

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Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
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Campers Not Properly Dousing Campfires in NW Wyo.

Despite dry conditions in northwest Wyoming, National Park Service and Forest Service rangers and staff are finding abandoned campfires that have not been properly doused.

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Yellowstone North Entrance
National Park Service
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Yellowstone Fire Danger Raised to Very Dry

Yellowstone National Park has increased its fire danger level to very dry.

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U.S. Forest Service Photo
U.S. Forest Service Photo
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Yellowstone, Bridger-Teton Wildfire at 40 Acres

A wildfire burning along the border of Yellowstone National Park and Bridger-Teton National Park is smaller than originally thought.

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Yellowstone National Park sign
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Some Anglers Upset Over Yellowstone Fish Rule

Some anglers are questioning a new rule that allows for the catch and kill of any nonnative trout in Yellowstone National Park.

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R.G. Johnson
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More Than One Million Have Visited Yellowstone

The number of people visiting Yellowstone National Park so far this year has topped 1 million.

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