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Friday, February 3rd, 2012

  • A computerized system is being turned to with hopes it can reduce both pollution and congestion at Gettysburg National Military Park by more smoothly directing visitors to parking areas.

    According to park officials, on the busiest days of the summer at Gettysburg the spacious parking lots at the museum and visitor center can sometimes fill completely – and the 150th annive

  • Few folks get to visit Yellowstone National Park in winter, which is why it's so nice when someone who knows how to handle a video camera does, and then shares their work.

  • With hopes of connecting more kids to national parks, the National Park Foundation is underwriting a transportation program to enable classes to take field trips to the National Park System.

    Under the Ticket To Ride program, the Foundation is allocating an initial grant of $117,000 for field trips during this school year.

    “We are dedicated to giving all audiences an equal and a

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

  • A $1,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual responsible for shooting two elk in Wind Cave National Park.

    The two bulls were found dead Tuesday morning along Red Valley Road in the northern part of the park.

  • If you live close to Glacier National Park, or are thinking of heading there this winter, consider joining a snowshoe or cross-country ski outing sponsored by the Glacier National Park Fund.

    The purpose of each outing is to get some exercise and to take-in the beauty of Glacier Nat