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December 2002
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I don't have reporters, and so you won't find stories here that aren't elsewhere on the internet.  What you will find here is Yellowstone news that I have compiled from news gathering and activist sources.  What I want is for this page to be a resource for those looking for or needing to do research on current events in Yellowstone.  For further factual research, go to The Magic of Yellowstone Fact Guide or History Guide.

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12/30/02 Whatever happened to the Saddleback (male Druid wolf)? (by Ralph Maughan)
12/26/02 Skiers, snowshoers plan to 'Stand Up for Yellowstone': President's Day rally to highlight outrage over Park Service's snowmobile plan (by Winter Wildlands Alliance)
12/26/02 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign)
12/26/02 New report outlines threats to national parks wildlife: Changes needed to make National Parks safe havens for native plants and animals (by National Parks Conservation Association)--Click on the link to find the entire Biodiversity Report.
12/24/02 Fund for Animals lawsuit given hearing, BRC and ISMA to intervene (by Jack Welch, BlueRibbon Coalition)
12/24/02 National Parks threatened by Interior rule: Park advocates oppose "Pave the Parks" mentality (by National Parks Conservation Association)--I can't imagine that this rule would effect Yellowstone because the federal government has control of Yellowstone's roads, but I think this might be more relevant in Grand Teton.
12/20/02 Facts & statistics about snowmobiling (by BlueRibbon Coalition)
12/20/02 Druid that went to Utah is now back with the Druid Pack, and Molly's Pack continues to patrol the Lamar area (by Ralph Maughan)
12/19/02 Volunteers needed for Buffalo Ranch, Park interior, and backpacking program (by Yellowstone Association)
12/19/02 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign)
12/18/02 Comprehensive overview of Northern Range wolves (by Ralph Maughan)
12/18/02 Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals overturns preliminary injunction on the roadless area conservation rule (by Greater Yellowstone Coalition)--This hasn't been mentioned much, but the 9th Circuit, I believe, is the most overturned court of appeals in the country, so whatever side of the issue you are on, this is not necessarily over.
12/18/02 Canyon Club development: Help enforce non-motorized provisions of the Bridger-Teton travel plan (by Greater Yellowstone Coalition)
12/16/02 Government buries head in sand as rare trumpeter swans head for extinction (by The Fund for Animals)
12/16/02 House Republicans object to White House forest proposal (by Defenders of Wildlife)
12/15/02 Lots of wolf activity on the northern range: Molly's Pack makes incursion in Lamar: Is Leopold splitting? (by Ralph Maughan)
12/12/02 Appeals Court hands defeat to White House on forest policy (by Defenders of Wildlife)
12/12/02 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign)
12/11/02 White House wildfire proposal called "Classic Bait-and-Switch" (by Defenders of Wildlife)
12/5/02 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign)
12/4/02 Xanterra keeps its resorts clean and green (interview by in Environmental News Network)
12/4/02 Fund for Animals lawsuit and Yellowstone SEIS (by Jack Welch, BlueRibbon Coalition)
12/3/02 Fund for Animals sues Bush Administration over decision to continue unlimited snowmobiling in Yellowstone this winter (by The Fund for Animals)
12/2/02 Defenders hails gray wolf return to Utah--urges government to free captured wolf (by Defenders of Wildlife)
12/2/02 Washakie Pack seems to have split for good (by Ralph Maughan)
12/2/02 Wolf pack near Livingston, Montana: It will be named "Lone Bear Pack" (by Ralph Maughan)
12/1/02 Urgent update (by Buffalo Field Campaign)--regarding one of the BFC volunteers currently serving time in prison
12/31/02 Yellowstone roads (by KPVI-TV--Idaho Falls)--some roads in Yellowstone remain closed to winter traffic
12/31/02 Forest Service takes another run at timber sale near Gardiner (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/31/02 Snowmobile business booming near park (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/31/02 Avalanche victim remains in critical condition (by Jacob Goldstein Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/31/02 Billings man critical after avalanche (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/31/02 Will Utah find room for wolves? (by The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/31/02 G&F official: License fee hike was top issue (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/31/02 Biologists to talk about bighorn sheep (AP story in Billings Gazette)--4th article
12/30/02 2002-2003 Yellowstone Park winter season update (by National Park Service)
12/30/02 Status of gray wolf recovery, week of 12/21 - 12/30, 2002 (by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)
12/30/02 Avalanches bury two near Cooke City (by Alison Pride Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/30/02 Avalanches bury 2 snowmobilers; both survive (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/30/02 Slides close two highways (by Angus Thuerner The Jackson Hole Local)
12/30/02 East Entrance opens for winter activities (by Carole Cloudwalker Cody Enterprise)
12/30/02 Wolves at the door: Ranchers uneasy (by The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/30/02 Wolves at the door: Ranchers uneasy (by Mark Grossi The Fresno Bee)--inaccurately claims that Yellowstone visitorship is down in story trying to explain downturn in Yosemite visitorship
12/29/02 Return of the wolf (by Brent Israelsen and Skip Knowles The Salt Lake Tribune)--about wolf reintroduction to Utah but spends a lot of time talking about Yellowstone
12/29/02 Captor of wolf near Morgan says his experience is 'cooler than stink' (by Brett Pettyman The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/29/02 Family donates 80-acre conservation easement (AP story in Billings Gazette)--3rd article
12/28/02 World might not end with a bang, but a whirr (by Michael Hanlon The Sunday Independent--South Africa)--another apocalyptic article mentioning Yellowstone supervolcano
12/28/02 2002-2003 Yellowstone Park winter season update: West Entrance to open (by National Park Service)--most roads now open for winter vehicles.
12/28/02 Avalanche warning issued for southern mountains (AP story in Casper Star-Tribune)--or in Yellowstone terms, its northern mountains
12/28/02 Wolf reintroduction a success, in biological sense, feds say (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/28/02 Ranchers report loss of nearly 20,000 sheep to predators (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/28/02 Backcountry recreationists need education more than anything else (by Lara Vaienti Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/28/02 Skier survives avalanche (AP story in Billings Gazette)--2nd article
12/27/02 Park to open eastern roads to snowmobiles (by Billings Gazette)--1st article
12/27/02 Little snow for holiday (by Brodie Farquhar Casper Star-Tribune)--this article will disappear from viewing shortly, but I put it up for those interested on the ongoing shortage of snow keeping much of Yellowstone closed to snowmobiling
12/27/02 Targhee land swap will be challenged (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/27/02 Avalanche center open for winter (AP story in Billings Gazette)--1st article
12/27/02 Little girl hurt in snowmobile accident in serious condition (by Bozeman Daily Chronicle)--South of Big Sky
12/27/02 Water surplus expected for Snake River drainage (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/26/02 2002-2003 Yellowstone Park winter season update: East Entrance to West Thumb to open (by National Park Service)
12/26/02 Photographic passion: Long hours in cold is price to pay for images of Yellowstone (by Gail Schontzler Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/26/02 Touring Yellowstone by snowmobile (by Pamela LeBlanc, Cox News Services, in Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
12/26/02 Elusive Jackson mountain lion stays out of sight (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/26/02 Florida's Old Faithful is muddy, shorter and not very dependable (AP story in Gainesville Sun)--not about Old Faithful, but an interesting comparison nevertheless
12/24/02 Hunter seeks more talks on elk vaccination (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/24/02 Court asked to reconsider logging ban (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/23/02 Yellowstone taps new medical health provider (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/23/02 Thomas opposes G&F wolf plan (AP story in Billings Gazette)--5th article. Craig Thomas, R - Wyo., is a U.S. Senator from Wyoming.
12/23/02 Mountain lion throws scare into neighborhood (AP story in Billings Gazette)--3rd article
12/22/02 Wildlife feed ban mulled (AP story in Billings Gazette)--in Teton County, WY; of course, such bans already exist in the national parks.
12/21/02 Beloved wolf, 253, running with original pack (by Brent Israelsen The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/21/02 2nd wolf in Utah? State officials aren't sure (by Brent Israelsen The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/21/02 Reintroduction foes want wolves out of Idaho (AP story in Times-News--Twin Falls, ID)
12/21/02 Conservation easement donated to Land Trust (AP story in Billings Gazette)--5th article
12/20/02 Status of gray wolf recovery, week of 12/16 - 12/20, 2002 (by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)
12/20/02 Protestors target park sleds (by Rebecca Huntington The Jackson Hole Local)
12/20/02 Protestors rally on start of winter season (AP story in Billings Gazette)--2nd article
12/20/02 No swan song for trumpeters -- Mild winter, relocation efforts help birds (by Rob Thornberry Idaho Falls Post Register)
12/20/02 2 commissioners question wolf plan (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/20/02 Ruling's effects on timber sale unknown (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/19/02 Yellowstone National Park selects concessionaire to provide medical services (by National Park Service)
12/19/02 Winter strategies: Surviving the season of cold (by Mark Brazil The Japan Times)
12/19/02 Cody politicians prefer 'reservations' for wolves (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/19/02 Disputed logging project approved (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/19/02 Grizzly zoo gets nod from FWP (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/18/02 Yellowstone opening delayed (by Carole Cloudwalker Cody Enterprise)
12/18/02 Mountain lion prowls Snow King (by Rebecca Huntington The Jackson Hole Local)
12/18/02 Snow not enough (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)--1 foot of snow needed. Only road open between South Entrance and Old Faithful. Regardless of snowmobiles, interesting to see if the region's longterm drought continues.
12/18/02 Protest to greet Yellowstone snowmobiles (AP story in The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/18/02 Award-winning online field trips allow students to interact with subject matter experts (by National Park Service)
12/18/02 Seismo crew: The leading edge of the energy push makes a rumble as it approaches Jackson Hole (by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/18/02 Minimalist life (by Stephen Hart Astrobiology Magazine)--about the life surrounding hydrothermal vents
12/18/02 Upper mountain opened at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (AP story in Billings Gazette)--3rd article
12/17/02 Sleds in park Ok'd for south gate only (by Billings Gazette)--Snow in forecast, but anyone who knows Yellowstone knows that no one really knows what the weather will be
12/17/02 More wolves, and new questions, in Rockies (by Jim Robbins New York Times)--free registration required to read this interesting article
12/16/02 County seeks fed wolf help (by Carole Cloudwalker Cody Enterprise)
12/16/02 2002-2003 Yellowstone Park winter season update (by National Park Service)
12/16/02 Status of gray wolf recovery, weeks of 11/30 - 12/16, 2002 (by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)
12/16/02 Snow thin so far in Yellowstone (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/15/02 Healthy Forest initiative forges ahead (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/15/02 Wolves' numbers increase in West (by Valerie Richardson Washington Times)
12/15/02 Resort opposes plans for new Jackson resort (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/14/02 Snowmobile plan gets qualified support (by Billings Gazette)
12/14/02 How the 2 plans for snowmobiles in parks stack up (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/14/02 Wolf caught in Utah back in Yellowstone (AP story in Billings Gazette)--update on wolf's whereabouts
12/14/02 Wyoming official admits faulty wolf plan needs changes (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/14/02 Stockgrowers want bigger say in wildlife management (by Ron Tschida Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/13/02 Court reinstates roadless forests rule: Restoration of Clinton measure a setback to Bush Administration, timber industry (by Eric Pianin Washington Post)
12/13/02 Ban on roads in pristine National Forest areas reinstated: An appeals court lifts an injunction on the Clinton-era rule; but the White House refused to defend it, and several legal challenges remain (by Elizabeth Shogren and Bettina Boxall Los Angeles Times)--free registration required to view
12/13/02 Wolf caught in Utah heads home (by Brent Israelsen The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/13/02 Blasting begins for North Fork Canyon project (AP story in Casper Star-Tribune)
12/13/02 Montana governor concerned about Wyoming's lack of wolf plan (AP story in Casper Star-Tribune)
12/13/02 3 groups appeal Canyon Club road access (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/12/02 Yellowstone to open for winter season (by National Park Service)
12/12/02 Forests and fires (interview by Terence Smith PBS)
12/12/02 Conservation easement donated to Land Trust (AP story in Billings Gazette)--5th article
12/12/02 Bush sets rules to speed logging in U.S. Forests (by Mike Allen and Eric Pianin Washington Post)
12/12/02 Roughing it in luxury (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
12/12/02 Aerial mapping nearly complete (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/11/02 Fact sheet: Reducing the threat of catastrophic wildfires and improving forest health (by The White House)
12/11/02 Local officials talk snowmobiles with Park leaders (by KIFI--Idaho Falls)--5th article
12/11/02 Four convicted for antler poaching (by National Park Service)--3rd article. I want to thank Bob Berger for pointing this out to me. The story is a bit dated, but it appears in today's "Morning Report."
12/11/02 Sheridan inventors listen for avalanches: Engineers use valley avalanche paths to test prototype low-frequency listening devise (by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/10/02 Enzi asks park to reconsider ban (AP story in Billings Gazette)--1st article. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo. has asked the Park Service to reconsider a ban on snowplanes in Grand Teton.
12/10/02 'Biobullets' proposed to fight elk brucellosis (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/10/02 Leniency given in snowmobile death (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/10/02 Stockgrowers' ads point out damage done by wolves (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/10/02 Venter-ing into unknown waters (by Tania Theriault The Royal Gazette--Bermuda)
12/8/02 Where have all the cowboys gone? They're still in Wyoming, says Minty Clinch, but these days they're skiing and hanging out with movie stars at Jackson Hole (by Independent--UK)
12/8/02 Theories on park challenged (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)--fascinating piece
12/8/02 Forest Service building new home (AP story in Billings Gazette)--4th article
12/8/02 Forest Service seeks input on wildfire plan (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/8/02 Grizzly damage formula opposed (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/7/02 Park wolf's wanderlust curbed for now (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/7/02 Officials begin steps to erase brucellosis (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/7/02 Damage to bear, deer habitat feared (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/7/02 'The bias goes both ways' for Western and Eastern media: Politicians, journalists hash out differences (by Gregory Hahn The Idaho Statesman)
12/7/02 Reporting the West: What the nation needs to know (AP story in Canton Repository)--wide circulation
12/6/02 Pollution doesn't faze job-hungry Roundup (by Clair Johnson Billings Gazette)
12/6/02 Cubin critical of suit over snowmo rules (AP story in Billings Gazette)--Barabara Cubin is Republican and Wyoming's only member of the House
12/5/02 More wolves in Paradise Valley than first thought (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/5/02 Wolf census may underestimate (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/5/02 Forest rangers prepare for snowmobile season (by Billings Gazette)
12/5/02 Grizzly reality (by Daryl Gadbow Missoulian in Billings Gazette)
12/4/02 Environmental groups sue over snowmobile proposal: Suit asks judge to block Park Service's plan (by Chris Hunt Idaho State Journal)
12/4/02 Snowmobile lawsuit filed (by Mike Stark Billings Gazette)
12/4/02 Yellowstone snowmobile changes challenged (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/4/02 Snowmobiles hauled back into court (by Bill McAllister Denver Post)
12/4/02 New lawsuit seeks to restore Yellowstone snowmobile ban (by John Keahey The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/4/02 Wolf trapped in Utah returned to Wyoming: Wildlife advocates object to relocation (by Rebecca Huntington Jackson Hole News & Guide)
12/4/02 Wandering wolf is well known to Yellowstone visitors (by Brent Israelsen The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/4/02 Wolf's capture fuels debate: Trapping near Morgan leads to federal-state discussion (by Jerry D. Spangler and Ray Grass Deseret News--UT)
12/4/02 G&F urged to detail wolf proposal (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/4/02 Nearly half of Earth's land is wilderness, study finds (by Paul Rogers Knight Ridder in Bradenton Herald--FL)
12/3/02 Groups sue over U.S. snowmobile rules (AP story in Austin American-Statesman)--widely circulated story
12/3/02 Wolf caught in Utah (by Brent Israelsen The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/3/02 Yellowstone Park wolf caught in Utah (AP story in Billings Gazette)--widely circulated story
12/3/02 Female flyfishers rising (by Charlie Meyers Denver Post)
12/3/02 Air travel in Montana bucks national trend (by Lorna Thackeray Billings Gazette)--increased number of visitors also to Yellowstone and Glacier
12/2/02 Hiker talks about wild life in the woods (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
12/2/02 Proposed state-federal land swap dies again (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/2/02 Emaciated bighorn takes refuge in house (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/2/02 Officials look for missing swans (AP story in Billings Gazette)--1st article
12/2/02 Commissioner trespasses with ATV (AP story in Billings Gazette)--2nd article
12/2/02 Wildlife collisions are on the rise (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/2/02 Reporting on the West: There's more to it than cowboys and cactus: Cecil Andrus says, 'National media lens is smudged' (by The Idaho Statesman)
12/1/02 Gains, losses seen in Yellowstone Park winter plan (AP story in Billings Gazette)
12/1/02 Bison population slowly recovers (by Dennis Adams The Beaufort Gazette--SC)
12/1/02 Cleaner snowmobiles face uphill battle in Utah (by Skip Knowles The Salt Lake Tribune)--about Utah, but relevant to the popularity of newer 4-stroke engines
12/1/02 A gentler snowmobile: Roaring, exhaust-belching sleds meet cleaner, quieter machines (by Jennifer Bjorhus Pioneer Press--St. Paul)
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12/31/02 Sense and nonsense (by Rocky Mountain News)
12/31/02 Teton Co. wildlife feeding ban a no-brainer (by Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/29/02 Wolf watcher could have left scene (by John Moxey in Billings Gazette)--2nd opinion
12/28/02 Area residents should understand predators (by Frank Mallon in Billings Gazette)--3rd opinion
12/27/02 Keep snowmobiles out of national parks (by Bill Brownlee in Statesman Journal--Salem, OR)
12/27/02 The battle over clean air (by Chicago Tribune)--Free registration required to view editorial
12/26/02 Wolves must be managed as predators (by William Doenz in Billings Gazette)--2nd opinion
12/25/02 Snowmobiling a wonderful way to travel Yellowstone (by Nicholas Kristof, New York Times in Akron Beacon Journal)
12/26/02 We all need to ask ourselves: How much is wildlife habitat worth? (by David Engel, Predator Conservation Alliance, in Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/24/02 New wolf issues beginning to make themselves apparent (by Tom Nordrum in Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/23/02 Wolves as "wildlife terrorists": Think its idiocy? Some people believe it: Why? (by Ralph Maughan)
12/23/02 Fringe environmental groups sue to close Yellowstone National Park: Manufacturers file to intervene (by Ed Klim, International Snowmobile Manufacturer's Association, as reported by BlueRibbon Coalition)
12/22/02 How can a little wolf do all this? (by Toni Barberi and Laurie J. Wilson The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/22/02 There is room in the state for animals (by Jim Woolf The Salt Lake Tribune)
12/21/02 Wolf killing of cow part of natural process (by Jim Hooper in Billings Gazette)--4th opinion
12/19/02 Snowmobile letter wrong (by David Silbernagel in Statesman Journal--Salem, OR)
12/19/02 New Bush policy puts industry first, critters last (by Philip R. Knight in Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/18/02 The citizens' solution for winter access to Yellowstone (by Greater Yellowstone Coalition)
12/16/02 Greediness is not the answer to forest travel issue (by Terri James in Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/16/02 Bush forest plan would cut public input (by Sherman Bamford in Billings Gazette)--1st opinion
12/15/02 Does national media coverage represent the West accurately? (by John Dodge The Olympian--Olympia)
12/14/02 November bad month for the environment (by Boston Globe)--1st editorial
12/14/02 Yellowstone visitors see 'brutal killing' by wolves (by Ron Snelling in Billings Gazette)--3rd opinion
12/13/02 Traffic pollutes park (by Lynn Mabry in The Columbian--Vancouver, WA)--5th opinion
12/13/02 Yellowstone still has much to offer (by William Dauenhauer in Telegraph-Forum--Bucyrus, OH)
12/11/02 Statement on Bush logging proposal (by William H. Meadow, The Wilderness Society)
12/10/02 Pepper spray rule would be too much (by Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/9/02 Just when bison thought it safe to go out (by Great Falls Tribune)
12/9/02 Snowmobile stats doubtful (by David Silbernagel in Statesman Journal--Salem, OR)
12/8/02 Snowmobile opponents don't know Yellowstone (by Miami Wagner in Billings Gazette)--8th opinion
12/8/02 Western books get their due this Christmas: Publishers serve up pretty pictures and some ugly truths (book reviews by Sandra Dallas Denver Post)--last review is a positive review of anti-snowmobile book
12/6/02 If people want bison, what's the beef? (by Missoulian in Montana Forum)
12/6/02 Say no to snowmobiles (by The Hartford Courant)
12/6/02 Consider economic impact before banning snowmobiles (by Donald Lamb in The Post-Standard--Syracuse)
12/6/02 Losing ungracefully (by Rocky Mountain News)--2nd opinion
12/6/02 Forest travel plan is about more than hikers vs. ATVers (by Gordon Gregory in Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/6/02 If meeting was any indication, ATVers don't tread lightly (by William C. Patric in Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
12/5/02 Montana's bison policy is necessary (by The Independent Record--Helena--in Billings Gazette)--2nd opinion. I may consider responding to this.
12/5/02 Bush: No compassion for conservation (by Froma Harrop in The Seattle Times)
12/4/02 Bush's environmental record is unacceptable (by Daily Iowan)--registration required to view
12/3/02 Development in Big Sky area shocking (by Sandra and Don Hatfield in Bozeman Daily Chronicle)

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