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House Bill Opens Parks to Paddled Watercraft

A U.S. House committee has unanimously passed a measure that would lift restrictions on canoes, rafts, kayaks and other hand-propelled vessels in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks.

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National Parks Crowded Despite Cutbacks

Grand Teton and Yellowstone national park officials say they were crowded over the past year, despite smaller staffs, decreased services and a government shutdown.

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Photo Courtesy Todd Cook via National Weather Service
Photo Courtesy Todd Cook via National Weather Service
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Deadline Passes, Grand Teton Land Talks Continue

The Interior Department has missed a deadline to buy state land located within the boundaries of Grand Teton National Park but state and federal officials say they're still optimistic about reaching a deal to swap land instead.

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Grizzly Panel Says Yellowstone Bears Recovered

A panel of wildlife officials says it's time to lift Endangered Species Act protections for grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park.

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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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Interior Secretary Jewell to Visit Grand Teton

U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell is visiting Grand Teton National Park to reinforce the agency's commitment to find a permanent solution to protect park land.

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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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Photo by Bowman
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Skiiers Killed In Grand Teton Avalanche Identified

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — The two backcountry skiers killed in an avalanche at Grand Teton National Park were well-known in Jackson for their love of the mountains.

Rangers found the bodies of Chris Onufer and Steve Romeo on Thursday on Ranger Peak

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