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Visitors take pictures at the Glacier National Park sign in West Glacier in this June 17, 2021, file photo. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake)

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Daines, King reintroduce bill aimed at aiding communities near national parks
February 17, 2023 midnight

Daines, King reintroduce bill aimed at aiding communities near national parks

A year after its initial introduction in the Senate, the bipartisan Gateway Community and Recreation Enhancement Act is getting a second chance at life.

Road work resumes near Glacier Park
April 29, 2022 noon

Road work resumes near Glacier Park

Motorists headed to Glacier National Park should expect minor delays as work along U.S. 2 east of Columbia Falls is set to resume next week.

National Park Service still waiting for Biden to pick a director
September 7, 2021 12:30 p.m.

National Park Service still waiting for Biden to pick a director

The last time the National Park Service had a Senate-confirmed director, Joe Biden was vice president.

Glacier National Park records one of busiest Junes
July 20, 2021 2:15 p.m.

Glacier National Park records one of busiest Junes

Glacier National Park had one of its busiest Junes on record last month, with more than a half-million visits despite a new reservation system aimed at easing congestion on the Going-to-the-Sun Road.

Sun Road fully reopens through Glacier National Park
June 25, 2021 6:38 a.m.

Sun Road fully reopens through Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park's Going-to-the-Sun Road fully reopened for the 2021 visitor season on Friday morning. Motorists now can travel the road all the way through the park between the West Glacier and St. Mary entrances.

Glacier sees uptick in visitors before full Sun Road reopening
June 20, 2021 midnight

Glacier sees uptick in visitors before full Sun Road reopening

Dee Horton planned her trip to Glacier National Park months in advance, booking a rental car, a place to stay and a flight to Kalispell from her home in New Orleans, knowing all those accommodations would be in short supply.