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Pro and Con: Expanded Yellowstone Paddling

Yellowstone River in Hayden Valley

A proposal to expand Yellowstone paddling on certain lakes and rivers is under consideration in Congress, and it’s certainly generated a lot of discussion online. Here are two views on exactly what’s being proposed and whether the proposal should move forward.

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Yellowstone Economic Activity: $400M in Regional Spending

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone economic activity generated just over $400 million in spending in communities surrounding the national park and supported 5,619 jobs in the local area, according to an new economic-impact report prepared by the National Park Service.

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Expanded Yellowstone Paddling Under Consideration in Congress

Yellowstone River in Hayden Valley

A bill that could expand Yellowstone paddling on certain lakes and rivers is under consideration in Congress, where it’s already been passed by one House committee.

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Citations Issued To Grand Teton, Yellowstone Trespassers

Yellowstone Shutdown

Over 10 trespassing violations have been issued to interlopers in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks following the government shutdown last week.

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Government Shutdown May Be Measured in Weeks, Not Days

Yellowstone Shutdown

With the current government shutdown in its second day, Congressional observers say it could be a matter of weeks before a resolution is in sight — which would close down Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks for the rest of the current season.

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What Does Federal Shutdown Mean for Yellowstone?

Yellowstone Shutdown

Both sides appear to be going to the mattresses, as a government stalemate leading to a federal shutdown could impact Yellowstone National Park through a scheduled closing date.

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Yellowstone Shutdown Official

Yellowstone Shutdown

Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park are officially closed for business as of today, but those staying in both parks will have two days to make alternative travel arrangements.

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Snake Fire Kicks off Yellowtone Fire Season

Snake Fire

We’re officially in fire season in Yellowstone National Park, as the 190-acre Snake Fire is burning in heavy timber about three miles east of the South Entrance.

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Yellowstone Officials Still Grappling With Norovirus Issues

Old Faithful Inn

The norovirus causing gastrointestinal (GI) illness in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks is proving to be hard to defeat, as visitors are warned to be vigilant against the nasty bug.

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Yellowstone Without a Car? Bus Pilot Program Arriving Soon

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National ParkA bus system linking Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park with three gateway cities could be up and running before the end of the month, as mass transit hits the region.

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