The Latest News & Views

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

  • A man who went for a hike Sunday morning and never returned was being searched for Tuesday in Theodore Roosevelt National Park's South Unit.

    The 48-year-old male was reported missing by his employer on Monday morning. Search parties were immediately formed to begin looking for him.

    The hiker’s vehicle was found at the park’s South Unit boundary.

  • Charges were raised today that the National Park Service is moving to OK a 100-foot-tall cellphone tower in the middle of Yellowstone National Park without having properly taken all the steps to OK the project, including informing the public along the way.

    Additionally, [url=http://www.peer.org]Public Employees fo

  • Last week’s “State of Canada’s Parks” report by the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is making news across the country as budget cuts cleave 638 employees from Parks Canada.

    “Overall, the trend is extremely discouraging this year,” says CPAWS National Executive Director Éric Hébert-Daly.

  • Progress is being made on the latest phase of renovations to the Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park, though it still will be some years before the entire hotel has been brought up to code.

    The first of seven stages of rehabilitation actually began more than a decade ago, in 2001 as work began on stabilizing t

  • The late Steve Jobs supposedly once said that people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.