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Jennifer Carpenter Named New YCR Chief

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Jennifer Carpenter will become the new chief of the Yellowstone Center for Resources (YCR).

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Wyoming Wildfires Put Yellowstone, Grand Teton on High Alert

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Wildfires in western Wyoming has put both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks on high alert for fire risk, and has led to some road closures.

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Yellowstone Geophysicist To Present Old Faithful Findings In Jackson

Old Faithful

Geophysicist Robert “Bob” B. Smith will be presenting new findings on Old Faithful Geyser tonight in Jackson, WY.

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Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission To Vote On Yellowstone Grizzly Hunting Regulations

Yellowstone grizzly bears

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet today to decide on potential hunting regulations for Yellowstone area grizzly bears.

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Wyoming Game and Fish Commission Approves Yellowstone Grizzly Plan

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has approved a grizzly management plan that includes a potential trophy hunting program.

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Beartooth Highway Closed Due To Snow and Icy Conditions

Beartooth Pass

The Beartooth Highway just outside Yellowstone National Park has been temporarily closed due to inclement weather.

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Spending The Fourth of July in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

With the Fourth of July approaching, Yellowstone National Park wishes to remind visitors that fireworks are not allowed in the Park.

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Yellowstone History: Thomas Wolfe Visits Yellowstone National Park

Courtesy of Pack Memorial Public Library, Asheville, NC

June 27, 1938: novelist Thomas Wolfe stood with arms akimbo watching Old Faithful erupt. Three months later, he was dead.

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Cub Of Grizzly 399 Killed By Car In Grand Teton National Park

Photo credit: Ryan Dorgan, National Geographic

The cub of Grizzly 399, “America’s most famous grizzly bear,” was killed earlier this week by a car in Grand Teton National Park.

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Interior Department, Wyoming Governor Reach Tentative Deal For Sale of State Parcel in Grand Teton

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After decades of debate, a state land parcel within Grand Teton National Park may finally be sold to the Department of the Interior.

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