Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone Forever raised $1 million in three days to help construction at the North Entrance of Yellowstone. The million in private funds raised by the Yellowstone education non-profit has been matched by federal funds from the National Park Foundation. The $2 million will go towards infrastructure at Yellowstone’s North Entrance at Gardiner, Montana to deal…

Despite the challenges of managing visitors eager to photograph wildlife in Yellowstone National Park, the number of conflicts involving humans and bears was low in 2018, according to the park’s annual bear report. Rangers were notified of 1,627 grizzly and black bear sightings in the park between March 10th and December 20th of 2018 the…

A Montana landowner is suing the National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service to halt the hunting of bison just outside Yellowstone National Park’. The complaint filed by Gardiner, Montana landowner Bonnie Lynn and Neighbors Against Bison Slaughter contends the agencies have failed to analyze the consequences of the hunt on private property owners and…

Late on Sunday, September 29, 48-year old Cade Edmond Siemers, suffered severe burns to a significant portion of his body after falling into thermal water near the cone of Old Faithful Geyser. Rangers and paramedics responded to the Old Faithful Inn at midnight where Siemers was staying. He told rangers that he had gone for…

Smoke from the Brimstone Fire in Yellowstone National Park may be visible from Bridge Bay–Lake Village–Fishing Bridge–the East Entrance Road–and communities east of the park. Due to hot and dry weather, the Brimstone Fire grew to an estimated 80 acres the evening of August 28. Public and firefighter safety is the first priority for park…

Yellowstone National Park rangers have cited a man for walking on a sensitive hot spring area. National Park Service spokeswoman Linda Veress says the incident occurred last Thursday at Grand Prismatic Spring. Veress says another visitor saw the man leave the boardwalk, which visitors are required to stay on, and walk on the hot spring.…

A judge has sentenced three men for killing a mountain lion in Yellowstone National Park. The Livingston, Montana, men earlier pleaded guilty to shooting the lion in Yellowstone in December but claiming they legally hunted the animal north of the park. Yellowstone officials said Wednesday the poaching prevented another hunter from killing a lion legally…

A group of conservation organizations is calling on wildlife officials in Wyoming and Idaho to require hunters to carry bear spray. The Cody Enterprise reports the proposal comes after an uptick in encounters during the fall hunting season as grizzly bears are drawn to gut piles left by hunters. Nicholas Arrivo, an attorney for the…

Some roads in Yellowstone National Park have opened to bicyclists willing to brave the unpredictable spring weather and other potential hazards. On Friday, 49 miles (78.8 kilometers) of park roads from the West Entrance to Mammoth Hot Springs were opened to bicyclists. As conditions allow, bicycles will also be permitted from the East Entrance to…

  The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors recommended four Business Ready Community (BRC) funding requests and approved six Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) applications during its Dec. 6 meeting in Laramie. The Business Council board’s decisions on CDBG applications are final. The board’s BRC recommendations will now move to the State Loan and Investment…


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