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How the Government Shutdown May Affect Montanans

As of 12:01 Tuesday, October 1, many government agencies were forced to close their doors, and thousands of non-essential personnel were notified and told not to come to work.

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Firefighters Letting Druid Complex Burn in Yellowstone National Park

Montana is famous for having a tough fire season, but although helicopters and line crews are a regular sight around wildfires like the Lolo Creek Complex, things are done differently at Yellowstone National park.

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Non-Resident Travel Contributes to Over $258 Million Dollars to Missoula Economy [AUDIO]

The Institute for Tourism and Economic Research at the University of Montana recently completed a study of the eight counties in what is called Glacier Country. Non-resident travel contributed over $250 million dollars to the economy of Missoula County alone.

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Sequester Specifics From Yellowstone Park, Where the Cuts Will Hit and How

Yellowstone National Park became a centerpiece in the national debate over sequestration when the National Park Service said it would be forced to delay the park's opening day due to cuts. There was lots of confusion and little communication, but now there is more clarity as to how the cuts were handed down.

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Yellowstone Highway
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Yellowstone Motorcyclists Dies in a Head-on Collision [AUDIO]

A motorcyclist died in Yellowstone National Park on Tuesday afternoon after a sport utility vehicle crossed into the wrong lane while traveling on the stretch of road between Gibbon Falls and Madison Junction.

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One Dead, More Injured in Yellowstone Accidents

Yellowstone National Park rangers have been on their toes this week as they struggled to respond to a rash of serious injuries throughout the park.

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Yellowstone Bison Shot in Idaho

Idaho officials have killed two bull bison that roamed out of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns over the spread of brucellosis to cattle.

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Photo From sciencebuzz.org
Photo From sciencebuzz.org
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Yellowstone Proposal Would Hike Snowmobile Limit

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The public has until next month to comment on a National Park Service proposal to allow more snowmobiles into Yellowstone National Park.

The agency proposes to allow up to 480 snowmobiles plus 60 snow coaches per day into Yellowstone

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Yellowstone Road Work Set for Summer Season

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Road and parking area improvement projects are scheduled to begin the first week of July in Yellowstone National Park's Tower Junction and Canyon Village areas

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c/o flickr by SeattleRay
c/o flickr by SeattleRay
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Senators Want Animal Disease Off Security List

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — U.S. Senators Jon Tester and Max Baucus are asking federal health officials to lift security restrictions on the bacteria that causes a disease found in wildlife in and around Yellowstone National Park

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