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Remains of Lost Concessionaire Employee Recovered

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

The remains of  Feiyang “Isaac” Xiang, a 21-year-old male from China and a lost concessionaire employee from a 2015 drowning incident, have been found and positively identified.

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The Week That Was: July 31

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Artist Paint Pots

It was a somber week in Yellowstone National Park and surrounding areas, with multiple deaths and losses on the record, some tragic, some part of everyday life. On the plus side, it was the week where the Beach Fire was totally contained and Vice-President Joe Biden gave some inspirational remarks to Park workers. Here's the list of the most popular new stories on Yellowstone Insider the past week, as ranked by page views.

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Another Death in Yellowstone: Drowning in the Firehole

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It seems like we're spending a lot of time covering death and destruction in Yellowstone National Park as of late. Tonight's bad news: 22-year-old Lin Ching-Ling died last night after drowning in the Firehole River near Old Faithful.

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