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As Earthquakes, Eruptions Rock Rest of World, Yellowstone is Quiet

Yellowstone National Park

As the rest of the world and the Western United States deal with high-profile volcanic and seismic activity, the natural question is whether the Yellowstone supervolcano is ready to blow. So far there's little sign of anything like that on the horizon.

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Winter Use Plan Debate Continues; Park County Pushes for Guide-Free Sledding

Snowmobiles in Yellowstone

With the deadline for input into a new Winter Use Plan for Yellowstone National Park fast approaching, government entities are staking out their positions, with Wyoming's Park County pushing for unguided Park access.

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Group Pitches Plowing of Road Between West Yellowstone, Old Faithful

Yellowstone in Winter

A group is petitioning the National Park Service to plow the highway between West Yellowstone and Old Faithful year-round, much the same as the road between Gardiner and Cooke City is plowed all winter long.

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