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Hearing Scheduled for Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act

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Officials have scheduled a hearing for the Yellowstone Gateway Protection Act, sponsored by U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D-MT).

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Search Underway for Homicide Suspect in Bridger-Teton National Forest

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The Teton County Wyoming Sheriff’s Office is searching for the suspect in a triple homicide in Bridger-Teton National Forest just east of Grand Teton National Park.

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Yellowstone History: Gibbon Falls

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Falling 84 feet along the Gibbon River, Gibbon Falls has been a perennial delight for Yellowstone National Park visitors since the 1880s.

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More Trail Closures Announced Around Canyon

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More trail closures have been announced around the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone: Uncle Tom’s Trail and Point and the South Rim Trail.

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Crews Work to Insulate Yellowstone National Park from Wildfires

Crews at Buffalo Fire September 1, 2016

With summer about halfway over, fire crews in Yellowstone National Park are working to mitigate the danger of severe blazes.

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Park Seeks Public Comment on Yellowstone Youth Campus Plan

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Yellowstone National Park is seeking public comment on a plan to reconstruct or relocate the Yellowstone Youth Campus.

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June 2017 Second Busiest June on Record for Yellowstone

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Yellowstone National Park saw the second busiest June on record with nearly one-and-a-half million visitors to the park recorded.

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Longtime Assistant to Yellowstone Superintendents Retires After Years of Service

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Jane Laye just retired after 25 years as secretary and special assistant to Yellowstone National Park’s four most recent superintendents.

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Yellowstone Bison Quarantine Proposal Moves Forward

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Progress has been made on converting part of the Stephens Creek facility into a workable quarantine area to clear bison of brucellosis.

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Gateway Highlights: National Museum of Wildlife Art

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A visit to Yellowstone is incomplete without wildlife—and we’d argue it’s also incomplete without a jaunt down to the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

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