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Yellowstone’s Spruce Fire Diminished By Rainfall

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The Spruce Fire in Yellowstone National Park has received a great deal of rainfall overnight Monday, September 14, stalling its growth significantly.

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See Video of the Spruce Fire Smoke Plume

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The Yellowstone National Park Facebook page uploaded a time lapse of the Spruce Fire, condensing an hour of smoke plumes into 30 seconds.

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Spruce Fire Burning At Over 2000 Acres

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The Yellowstone National Park Spruce Fire now measures an estimated 2,119 acres as of 1:30 p.m. Sunday, September 13.

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Spruce Fire Grows To Over 1000 Acres

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The Spruce Fire in Yellowstone National Park has grown to an estimated 1,164 acres as of 6 p.m. Saturday, September 12.

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Yellowstone’s Spruce Fire Grows To 425 Acres

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Yellowstone National Park’s Spruce fire has grown to 425 acres, an over 400 percent increase from its previously reported size of 100 acres.

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Lightning Starts Spruce Fire in Yellowstone National Park

NPS Photo-Spruce Fire Burns in Yellowstone NP

Lightning has started another fire in Yellowstone National Park this season.

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Yellowstone Spotlight: Fishing Bridge Visitor Center


Of all the Visitor Centers in Yellowstone National Park, the Fishing Bridge Visitor Center and Museum may seem like the most far-flung.

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One-Day Trip: Grant Village to Cody, Back to Lake


A one-day trip in Yellowstone National Park doesn’t have to limit itself to the Park’s boundaries.

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Road Construction To Close Yellowstone Sections After Labor Day

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The summer season is winding down, which means the arrival of another seasonal presence in Yellowstone: road construction.

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Yellowstone Road Conditions

Updated Friday, May 26, 2017 Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park & Region All interior Yellowstone roads are open to travel once more. Travel on part of the Canyon-Lake route has been reduced to one-lane while crews repair a broken water line. Traffic lights have been set up to help direct traffic. In addition, delays are expected on the ...

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