US National Parks Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. New home construction strong in the RedlandsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    It's the only spec home currently under construction at the golf course, and it will have five bedrooms and five baths in 3,400+ square feet. Vona Murphy-Milusnic with Coldwell Banker is listing the property for $774,900.

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  2. People told not to touch or pick up seal pupsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Manila Bulletin

    As harbor seals are being born in the Pacific Northwest, marine mammal advocates up and down the West Coast are urging people not to touch or pick up pups that come up on beaches and shorelines to rest. At least five times this season, well-meaning people have illegally picked up seal pups in Oregon and Washington thinking they were abandoned or needed help, but that interference ultimately resulted in two deaths, said Michael Milstein, a spokesman with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries .

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  3. Grand Canyon visitors could be punished for picking up fawnRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    Grand Canyon officials might issue a citation to visitors who tried to rescue a fawn by wrapping it in a T-shirt and bringing it to rangers -- a well-meaning gesture, but one that could put the deer at risk. Grand Canyon National Park Ranger Della Yurcik told the Arizona Daily Sun that the couple said the fawn walked up to them near a creek and its mother was nowhere in sight.

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  4. Grizzly bear captured in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming with stunning imagesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    'Everyone was running and screaming... there was blood smeared everywhere': Survivor tells of terror inside Istanbul airport after three ISIS suicide bombers opened fire before blowing themselves up killing 41 and leaving 239 injured 'We barely made it': American honeymooner tells how he came face-to-face with Istanbul airport terrorist in frantic struggle to survive with his injured wife Is it still safe to travel to Turkey? Istanbul airport reopens after terror attack as experts brand international aviation hubs 'soft targets' and call for security to be expanded beyond terminals 'We must do everything possible to keep this horrible terrorism outside the United States': Donald Trump reacts to deadly Turkey terror attacks Revealed: Hero police officer who shot down suicide bomber in Turkish airport saving dozens of lives SURVIVED bomb blast - and is recovering in hospital This amazing ... (more)

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  5. A national monument is a no-brainer to make the Katahdin region more attractiveRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

    What we need in the Katahdin region right now - and I mean today - is a broader and more sustainable economy. A national monument for our Maine woods would be a big step in exactly the right direction.

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  6. Old Fall River Road in Rocky Mountain National Park to reopen to vehicles WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Denver Post

    A scenic road that served as the original motor route into Rocky Mountain National Park's alpine tundra is set to reopen for vehicle use. The Old Fall River Road will open Wednesday.

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  7. Symbols and Secrets: Robert Langdon Books QuizRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | How Stuff Works

    Despite its huge success, "The Da Vinci Code" was more than a one-hit wonder. In fact, it's just one in a series of books starring the brilliant Robert Langdon.

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  8. Traveling the Natchez Trace is a trip back through time.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lebanon Democrat

    Traveling the Natchez Trace affords a glimpse of Middle Tennessee's frontier in the early 1800's: miles of wooded wilderness interspersed with an occasional farm, mill, inn or ferry crossing. Long before the first frontiersmen arrived - as far back as 10,000 years ago - Indian moccasins treaded the Trace, which in some places is worn several feet deep into the loamy soil.

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  9. Report: BLM favors oil and gas on public landsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Carlsbad Current-Argus

    The Wilderness Society makes the claim in its June 28 report, 'No Exit: Fixing the BLM's Indiscriminate Energy Leasing.' Report: BLM favors oil and gas on public lands The Wilderness Society makes the claim in its June 28 report, 'No Exit: Fixing the BLM's Indiscriminate Energy Leasing.'

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  10. High Schoolers Gain Research Insight through Project SEEDRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | WGNS-AM Murfreesboro

    Instead of summer vacation at the beach, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or another popular destination, local high school students Helene Hamo and Edgar Lozano are conducting chemical research in an MTSU Science Building lab for two months. It was their choice to work with MTSU graduate students and Department of Chemistry chair Greg Van Patten after they were nominated and selected as Project SEED recipients.

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  11. Bear strolled through downtown VicksburgRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Sunherald.com

    Vicksburg and Warren County authorities are asking residents in downtown Vicksburg and those around the Vicksburg National Military Park to be aware of a bear. Police Chief Walter Armstrong tells The Vicksburg Post the bear does not appear to be aggressive and he doesn't appear to be in any kind of a hurry.

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  12. Wanted: Drive-in campgrounds at VNPRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Daily Journal

    The idea of having a place for visitors to camp without needing a boat has been a goal of Voyageurs National Park officials for some time. Former VNP Superintendent Mike Ward said, before he left his post earlier this spring, he was a bit disappointed he was unable to assist in the development of a drive-in campground near the park's three main visitor centers.

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  13. How much will it cost to get on the beach this weekend?Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | NJ.com

    SANDY HOOK No beach badges required. Daily parking is $15 per car and $7.50 for seniors Season parking pass is $75.

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  14. Rolls-Royce Has Made the Perfect Drop Top Convertible But for an Incredible PriceRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Hypebeast.com

    Approaching V-max-gracefully covering ground somewhere at 220 feet per second across the western plains leaving Sheridan, Wyoming with enough kinetic energy to rival an atom bomb-we're poised to conquer roughly 400 miles of some of the country's greatest landscape in one day; the thought of wealth, power, aspiration, and the "magic carpet ride" becomes food for thought in this $400,000 USD drop-top Rolls-Royce. The Dawn , a rare drophead in Rolls-Royce's 110-year history, is an exciting proposition for the upper echelon marquee and their hopefully younger, more diverse group of buyers moving forward.

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  15. BWW Review: JUMANJI Soars to Life at Adventure Theatre MTCRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    That was the sentiment summed up by a young theatergoer sitting behind me at Adventure Theatre MTC's recent adventurous production of Jumanji . Based on the Caldecott Medal winning book by Chris Van Allsburg, the show tells the story of two kids left home alone in their new house and discover a board game that comes to life as they roll the dice.

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  16. Woman's 'Star-Spangled Banner' Rendition Stuns CrowdRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | ABC News

    "The Star-Spangled Banner" demands the very best of singers. Many have tried and failed, and those moments live in infamy.

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  17. Utah forecast: Little rain, or heat relief expected as thunderstorms roll inRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    Unfazed by dry thunderstorms moving into the region, much of Utah was under a Red Flag Warning as lingering hot weather, gusty winds and desiccated rangelands and forests combined for extreme wildfire danger. The warning - encompassing the western third of the state, and an east-central core stretching from Duchesne, Price and Green River south to Zion National Park and the Arizona border - was to expire 10 p.m. Wednesday, though chances were good that wildfire dangers will remain high the rest of the week.

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  18. Deal of the Day: Historic Gettysburg Getaway From $109Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Budget Travel

    Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, offers a beautiful summer getaway that touches on some of the most serious aspects of our nation's history. Each generation wlll appreciate the history, natural beauty, and small-town charm.

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  19. Timpanogos Cave sees increase in visitors this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | KSL-TV

    Officials say the number of visitors to the Timpanogos Cave National Monument in Utah County is on the rise this year. The Daily Herald reports the monument's superintendent, Jim Ireland, says visits from January to May have gone up 12 percent from the same period in 2015.

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  20. Assistant principal opens up about powerful performance of national anthem at Lincoln MemorialRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Fox News

    An assistant principal from Florida who blew away a crowd at the Lincoln Memorial earlier this month with her emotional rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner" did it on a dare. The video of Star Swain's performance on June 16 has gone viral.

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