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Firehole Lake Drive Now Open

Road was virtually melted but has now been repaired.

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Yellowstone Attendence Up

Visitation to Yellowstone National Park for the month of June is up more than 7 percent compared to the previous year. Visitation for the first six months of the 2014 is over the one million mark.

There were 669,642 recreational visits to Yellowstone in June and a total of 1,084,827 for the first six months of 2014

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Yellowstone Police Chief Facing State Charges

State says he selectively enforced law.

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Lightning Strike In Yellowstone National Park Caught On Video [VIDEO]

A tourist from California was visiting Yellowstone National Park and was caught in a thunderstorm. He grabbed his camera to chronicle the hail storm as it was hitting Shoshone Lake. During the filming a blast of lightning hit close by

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Yellowstone Visitor Killed By Falling Tree

An international visitor to Yellowstone National Park died Monday afternoon after being struck by a falling tree.

The 36-year old man was from Taiwan, the Republic of China. He was part of a group that was hiking the Fairy Falls trail, which is north of the Old Faithful area and west of the Grand Loop Road

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Women in Yellowstone National Park Busted for 290 Pounds of Pot

The only thing higher than Old Faithful and smokier than that famous bear in Yellowstone National Park last week was an illegally parked recreational vehicle.

About 10 p.m. on May 28, U.S. Park Rangers Christopher Mengak and Caitlin Schauer saw a large white Monarch SE Monaco RV at the Grant Village Marina Area with its lights on and its generator running, according to an affidavit filed with U

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Pilot Seriously Injured in Yellowstone Crash

A 54-year old male pilot was injured when his single engine airplane crashed Monday morning in Yellowstone National Park near the community of Gardiner, Mont.

Shortly before 8:30 a.m., multiple callers reported that a small plane had crashed just north of the Gardiner Cemetery and east of Yellowstone Trail inside Yellowstone National Park

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Game Officials Issue Warning Over Captured Bears

LANDER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is warning people to stay away from areas where grizzly bears are being captured for studies.

The department says the studies are part of an effort to monitor grizzly bears in the greater Yellowstone area through this fall

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Entrances to Yellowstone to Open Friday

It's that time of year. Yellowstone is opening again.

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Yellowstone Roads Opening

Friday morning, April 18.  The road segments from West Yellowstone and Mammoth Hot Springs to these popular visitor destinations open for the season at 8:00 a.m.
Each spring, Yellowstone National Park plow crews clear snow and ice from 198 miles of main road, 124 miles of secondary roads and 125 acres of parking lots inside the park as well as 31 miles of the Beartooth Highway outside the park’s Northeast Entrance to prepare for the summer season

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