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Tuesday, November 19, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Grizzly killed that likely mauled two in Yellowstone

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park officials say they have killed a grizzly bear that fatally mauled a hiker after DNA evidence linked the bear to the scene of …


$27 million visitor center taps interest at Old Faithful

Like the rest of the crowd gathered for the dedication ceremony of the new Old Faithful Visitor Education Center last month, the namesake was ready for the talk to stop …


Yellowstone gift shop encourages patrons’ care for climate

The gift shop at Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel is one of a kind. Who would ever think that bison dung would be a product to purchase in a national park? …


Hungry bears could be trouble in Yellowstone

BILLINGS – Yellowstone’s grizzlies are going to be particularly hungry this fall, and that means more dangerous meetings with humans in a year that is already the area’s deadliest on …


Yellowstone fire grows to 515 acres

Nearly 170 firefighters are battling a 515-acre wildfire burning in the backcountry near the center of Yellowstone National Park.


Yellowstone fire burning 385 acres

A 385-acre wildfire is burning near the center of Yellowstone National Park. A research flight discovered the fire burning two miles south of Beach Lake on Sunday. Gusty winds helped …


Yellowstone wolves decline in ’09

PREDATORS – The number of wolves in Yellowstone National Park declined about 23 percent in 2009, a change park biologists say is typical of natural fluctuations for wildlife species. Yellowstone’s …


It’s winter in Yellowstone

Exhaled breath creates a steam cloud in front of the face that lingers and then drifts away in the windless air. Gradually it evaporates and disappears. The frigid air is …


It’s winter in Yellowstone

Exhaled breath creates a steam cloud in front of the face that lingers and then drifts away in the windless air. Gradually it evaporates and disappears. The frigid air is …


Field Reports

CONSERVATION Retailers to stay in Utah