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No Change For Yellowstone Use This Winter

58,000 comments came in to the National Park Service during the most recent 60-day public comment period on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the park's proposed winter use plan.

Consideration of those comments means no final plan in place this December.

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Bull Elks In Yellowstone National Park
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Yellowstone Waives Entrance Fees Saturday

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Yellowstone National Park is offering free admission to visitors on Saturday, Sept. 24, in honor of National Public Lands Day.

All entrance fees for the park including fees for commercial tours will be waived on that day

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2nd Wyoming Hiker Killed By Yellowstone Grizzly Bear [AUDIO]

Another hiker in Yellowstone National Park has died as the result of a grizzly bear attack.

The body of 59 year old John Wallace, from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula was found Friday.

Park Spokesman, Al Nash, says Wallace, was traveling alone, and had pitched a tent in the Canyon campground sometime Wednesday and, either Wednesday or Thursday, set out hiking on the Mary Mountain Trail.

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Officials Put Down Yellowstone Grizzly [AUDIO]

Yellowstone National Park officials have killed a grizzly bear that charged a hiker, caught hold of, and ate food from the hiker's backpack.

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This Sunday On Report To Wyoming

Yellowstone Park's Superintendent says many of the calls coming in from the public following the killing of a hiker by a grizzly bear this week are from folks concerned the bear not be given an automatic death sentence.

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Park Officials Share Details On Fatal Grizzly Attack

It was Brian and Marilyn Matayoshi's  fourth trip to Yellowstone National Park this week. Following a sudden encounter with a mother grizzly bear  Brian Matayoshi was killed. The incident occurred not far from Yellowstone Falls and left much of the immediate area temporarily closed to tourists. Park and Wildlife officials answered questions and shared details with the press earlier today. Here's an excerpt from that press conference. This is Yellowstone National Park Superintendent, Dan Wenk...

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Hiker Killed By Mother Grizzly

A hiker in Yellowstone National Park is dead after an encounter with a grizzly bear Wednesday morning. Park spokesman, Al Nash, says the incident occurred on the Wapiti Lake trail. A husband and wife were hiking about a mile and a half in when they apparently surprised a grizzly sow with cubs

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North entrance to Yellowstone, R.G. Johnsson
North entrance to Yellowstone, R.G. Johnsson
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Yellowstone Conducts Commercial Vehicle Inspections [AUDIO]

Yellowstone National Park officials are putting the word out that there will safety inspections of commercial vehicles traveling in the park, and those inspections are conducted throughout the summer.

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North entrance to Yellowstone, R.G. Johnsson
North entrance to Yellowstone, R.G. Johnsson
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National Parks Offer Free Admission On Solstice [AUDIO]

The National Parks Service is helping people celebrate the first day of summer this Tuesday by waiving entrance fee to all national parks for non-commercial vehicles.

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Yellowstone National Park Winter Use Remains Hot Topic

The Winter Use Plan for Yellowstone National Park, long in the making, is back on the agenda for meetings next week in Wyoming. The Draft Environmental Impact Statement analyzing a variety of approaches is open for public comment.

"We have a series of public meetings and two webinars where we're going to be out helping people understand the document. We'll be answering questions and taking public input."

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