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Sylvan Pass Closed For Explosive Emergency

The discovery of unexploded ordnance has temporarily closed the road over Sylvan Pass to Pahaska which is east of the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park, according to a news release from park on Friday afternoon.

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Lightning Starts Fire at Yellowstone Lake

Lightning from recent thunderstorms has started a fire on the Promontory Peninsula between the south and southeast arms of Yellowstone Lake in Yellowstone National Park. Named for a nearby backcountry campsite, the 5L4 fire was reported on Monday, August 24, by park staff

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Yellowstone National Park Grand Canyon Lower Falls
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Yellowstone National Park Considering Rehabilitating Overlooks and Trails In Grand Canyon Area

Yellowstone National Park is seeking public comment on a plan to rehabilitate many of the overlooks and trails along the rim of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River in the central section of the park.

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Yellowstone National Park North Entrance
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Yellowstone National Park Records Most July Visits Ever

Yellowstone National Park experienced record-setting attendance in July, which is typically the park's peak visitation month.

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Orphaned Bear Cubs Get a Home

The female grizzly bear who was found to have killed a hiker in Yellowstone Park has been euthanized. The Park says her two cubs would be sent to a suitable habitat. Now, the announcement has been made. Here is the press release from the Toledo Zoo.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Grizzly That Killed Hiker is Euthanized

Results from an autopsy conducted on Monday afternoon concluded that Lance Crosby, a 63 year old Billings man, died as a result of traumatic injuries sustained from a bear attack. Results from genetic (DNA) analysis of bear hair samples collected next to Crosby’s body confirmed the adult female grizzly bear that was captured at the scene on the night the body was discovered was the bear involved in the fatal attack

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Park Officials Identify Man Killed By Grizzly Bear Last Week

A Billings, Mont., man was the victim of an attack by a grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park last week, according to a news release from the park on Monday.

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Grizzly Bear Attacked Hiker In Yellowstone National Park

A hiker found dead on Friday in Yellowstone National Park was attacked by a grizzly bear, according to a news release from the park on Saturday afternoon.

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Hiker Found Dead Near Yellowstone Lake

National Park Service officials are investigating the death of a hiker found in the area of the Elephant Back Loop Trail in the Lake Village area of Yellowstone National Park, according to a news release.

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Natl. Park Service
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Yellowstone Search Scaled Back

As of Saturday, August 1, the search for Feiyang “Isaac” Xiang has been scaled down after an extensive, nine-day operation. Xiang, a 21-year old seasonal concessionaire employee from China, was last seen being swept down the Yellowstone River on Thursday, July 23, 2015

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