Part of Yellowstone Lake closed for firefighting plane Posted: Saturday, July 22, 2017 6:31 PM EDT Updated: Saturday, July 22, 2017 6:31 PM EDT YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK - Part of Yellowstone Lake is closed until further notice, so a scooper plane fighting the June Fire can collect water.Yellowstone Nat’l Park officials released a map showing the closure, which is between Steamboat Point and Elk Point; there are marked hazards that stretch the area affected out to Holmes Point and Park...
A lemonade stand in front of Heebs' East Main Grocery in Bozeman Friday drew quite the crowd-- all to help a Longfellow elementary student who suffered a serious injury right before Fourth of July. Known for his sense of humor, 11-year-old Ridley Brandmayr was lost all of the fingers on his right hand in an accident on June 30. Ridley's uncle, Ian McInroy, says he was emergency-flighted to the pediatric hospital in Salt Lake City, where he has already undergone two surgeries.
A swarm of earthquakes continue in Yellowstone Nat’l Park and scientists clock more than 1,000 quakes in the last two weeks. The exact number of quakes recorded since June 12 by the University of Utah Seismograph Stations is 1,100 at the time of this article. Scientists with the University of Utah say while this is higher than usual, it is nothing to worry about. They say Yellowstone is an active volcano and it's just the way the earth works.
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