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On Air Staff and WPM Interns
Mon August 25, 2003
Yellowstone National Park, WY – In 1903 President Theodore Roosevelt vacationed in Yellowstone National Park. On that trip he dedicated the stone arch that stands at the Park's north entrance. Yellowstone celebrated the 100th anniversary of that event with the Great Grandson of the President. Theodore Roosevelt the fourth had some harsh words for the Bush Adminstration's handling of national parks.