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Yellowstone Attracts Almost Two Million Visitors in Seven Months

August 8, 2014 Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

The number of people who visited Yellowstone National Park in July is six percent higher than the same month last year and the park has had almost two million visitors for the first seven months of 2014. The highest percentage growth is in the number of bus passengers. July is usually the month with the most visitors followed by August, June and September

Tourist Flies Drone Into Yellowstone Hot Spring

August 7, 2014 Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

A Yellowstone National Park tourist flew a drone into a hot spring even though unmanned planes are banned in the park. Spokesman Al Nash says the man flying the drone crashed it into the Grand Prismatic Spring. Jackson Hole Daily says officials are planning to remove it from the 160 degree water and hoping it won’t cause any environmental damage

Yellowstone Trail Stays Closed for Another Year

August 1, 2014 Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

The southwestern corner of Yellowstone National Park is staying closed for the second and final year to allow time for vegetation to regrow after park visitors created an illegal trail damaging the plant life. Park staff closed the remote section of the Bechler area on the southwest boundary of the park to restore it. Visitors using authorized trails haven’t been affected by the closure.

Yellowstone Considers Bison Quarantine

August 1, 2014 Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

Yellowstone National Park is considering setting up a quarantine program for bison infected with brucellosis. Jackson Hole Daily says the park is hoping to get funding for a building to put the sick bison in and ship the healthy bison to other parts of the country. The public can make comments online through September 12

Parks Cause Major Economic Growth in Jackson

July 21, 2014 Grand Teton National Park, Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

A new study says Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks boosted Jackson’s and several other communities’ economies by hundreds of millions of dollars last year. Grand Teton National Park Superintendent David Vela says the park’s universal appeal is the reason so much money and so many jobs are created in northwestern Wyoming. Parks spokeswoman Jackie Skaggs says Teton Park and John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway contributed more than $502 million and created just under 7,000 jobs in Jackson and nearby communities

Yellowstone Visitor Numbers Continue to Climb

July 15, 2014 Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

Yellowstone National Park saw a solid increase in visitor numbers at the start of the year and had another big jump in June. Park spokesman Al Nash says almost 670,000 visited which is 7.2 percent more than came this month last year. Jackson Hole Daily says every month has seen an increase of visitors compared to last year except February

Park Bus Crash Injures Several

July 11, 2014 Grand Teton National Park, Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

A bus crashed on Highway 89 between Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park Thursday injuring 26 people. Two of the victims were airlifted to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, 24 were taken to a hospital in Jackson. The highway was closed for several hours. The cause of the crash is under investigation

Yellowstone Park Road Bubbles From Thermal Heat

July 11, 2014 Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

A road in Yellowstone National Park is being temporarily closed because extreme thermal heat underneath is melting the blacktop. The popular scenic road, Firehole Lake Drive, takes visitors past Great Fountain Geyser, White Dome Geyser and Firehole Lake. The road will be closed for the next few days as maintenance crews try to repair the damage

West Yellowstone Police Chief Under Investigation for Illegal Car Titles

July 8, 2014 Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

A state investigation found West Yellowstone Police Chief Gordon Berger violated court orders and either didn’t know the law or chose not to follow it. Montana’s Division of Criminal Investigation’s full report is still confidential, but West Yellowstone attorney Jane Mersen says Berger helped people get Montana vehicle titles for cars reported stolen in Idaho

Yellowstone Food Goes Organic

July 1, 2014 Greater Yellowstone Comments Off

Yellowstone National Park is making an ambitious goal when it comes to its food service menus. The park is planning on increasing the amount of food produced within 500 miles of the park from certified organic providers from 34 percent to 50 by 2016. Director of sustainability for Xanterra Dylan Hoffman tells Casper Star-Tribune keeping prices affordable for the public is a priority even though it can be challenging

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