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University of Oregon Finishes Atlas of Yellowstone

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — It took nine years, about 100 experts and 30 cartographers to complete, but a University of Oregon-led project to create an atlas of Yellowstone National Park is done

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National Park Service Approves Yellowstone Lake Development Plan

The National Park Service has approved a plan to manage future development of the lake area in Yellowstone National Park.

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Plan for Cabins and Dorms at Yellowstone Approved

A plan to return 67 cabin units to visitor use and construct a new dormitory for Yellowstone National Park workers in the Old Faithful area has been approved by the National Park Service.

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Schweitzer Tours National Bison Range with Federal Officials

ov. Brian Schweitzer and federal wildlife officials toured the National Bison Range in western Montana to discuss the potential for moving Yellowstone National Park bison to the range.

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Animal Disease Zone Could Expand in Montana

Montana livestock officials are proposing an expansion of an animal disease zone around Yellowstone National Park after finding elk that were exposed to brucellosis.

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Ex-Yellowstone Worker Sentenced for Child Porn

A former Yellowstone National Park concession worker has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after he was convicted for possession of child pornography.

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Second Yellowstone Grizzly Could Be Killed in Mauling

A second grizzly bear could be killed in connection with the fatal mauling of a Michigan man at Yellowstone National Park last summer.

Park superintendent Dan Wenk discussed the possibility on KODI-AM earlier this month

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Bears Seen on Rocky Mountain Front, Yellowstone

Wildlife officials say grizzly bears are coming out of hibernation and have been spotted along the Rocky Mountain Front and in Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone Bison Arrive at Fort Peck

Officials say one yearling bison died while being transported from Yellowstone National Park to Montana's Fort Peck Reservation.

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Yellowstone Says Hunt Changes Protect Park Wolves

Yellowstone National Park officials say an agreement with neighboring Montana that limits wolf hunting along the park's northern border is protecting the park's wolves from excessive hunting.

Yellowstone wolf biologist Doug Smith said Wednesday that Montana's 2011-12 wolf season so far has had less impact than the inaugural hunt in 2009

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