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Pence: Divert Energy Royalty Money to Pay for National Park Infrastructure

Mike Pence in Yellowstone

In a speech delivered to NPS employees in front of Yellowstone National Park’s Old Faithful Geyser, Vice President Mike Pence repeated a Trump Administration call for proceeds on public-lands energy drilling leases to be diverted to addressing a $12-billion backlog of critical National Park infrastructure maintenance.

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How Were Yellowstone Poachers Caught? A Trail on Social Media

Yellowstone mountain lion - NPS

When three Livingston (MT) men pled guilty to poaching a male mountain lion in the northern section of Yellowstone, Park officials did not release details of the investigation. Turns out, they were tracked down via prolific social-media posts.

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Leslie Reynolds New Yellowstone Interim Chief Ranger

Leslie Reynolds

We have a new interim chief ranger in Yellowstone National Park, with Leslie Reynolds named to the post by Superintendent Cam Sholly, as the National Park Service embarks on a search for a permanent appointment.

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Pence Yellowstone Visit Set for Thursday

Mammoth road repair, June 2019

A head’s-up if you’re planning a trip to Yellowstone National Park tomorrow: A Mike Pence Yellowstone visit is set for June 13, as the Vice President will fly into Yellowstone Airport in West Yellowstone and then proceed to the Old Faithful area and the Old Faithful Visitors Center.

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More Yellowstone Openings on Tap This Weekend

Yellowstone South Entrance, May 7, 2019 NPS

The month-long process of opening Yellowstone National Park for the 2019 summer season continues on Friday, as several road sections will welcome auto traffic and the Lake Yellowstone Hotel will opens its doors to the public.

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Livingston Men Sentenced for Yellowstone Poaching

Yellowstone mountain lion - NPS

Three Livingston (MT) men pled guilty to poaching a male mountain lion in the northern section of Yellowstone National Park at the end of 2018.

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Sholly: No Dramatic Changes in Yellowstone National Park Operations

Cam Sholly

Cam Sholly, still in his first year as superintendent, doesn’t foresee any dramatic changes in Yellowstone National Park operations, dismissing talk of limiting access to the Park in the busiest summer visitation days.

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Old Yellowstone: Yellowstone National Park Protection Act

view down the canyon from inspiration point 2015

When President Ulysses S. Grant signed the Yellowstone National Park Protection Act into law on March 1, 1872, he created the National Park Service — as well as creating America’s First National Park, Yellowstone National Park.

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Quarantined Yellowstone Bison Finally Headed to Fort Peck

bison in snow february 15 2014

Quarantined Yellowstone bison are finally headed to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, as an agreement to transfer bulls reached last year finally comes to fruition.

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Most Yellowstone Roads, Services Close Monday

Old Faithful Nov. 3 2018

Most Yellowstone roads and services are closing for the season on Monday morning, as NPS officials begin the transition to the 2018-2019 winter season.

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