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May 17, 2015
Emergency Flood Alert Information
The White River near Badlands National Park is flooding. This is a dynamic and ongoing flood event. Visitors are advised to check state road conditions at for closures and alerts before travel. DO NOT approach the water. Be alert to downed power lines and all potential hazards.

January 13, 2015
Reed Robinson Selected as Deputy Superintendent of Badlands
Badlands National Park announces the arrival of Reed Robinson as the park's new Deputy Superintendent. Robinson is currently the Superintendent at Devils Tower National Monument in Wyoming, and has accepted this promotion to Badlands National Park because of his demonstrated leadership and community relations skills.

January 07, 2015
Land Exchange Increases Recreational Opportunities at Badlands National Park
Land exchange between Badlands National Park, Buffalo Gap National Forest and Local Rancher Donald Kelly. This land exchange will increase recreational opportunities in Badlands National Park.

October 18, 2014
Public Informational Meeting on Cliff Shelf Road Project
On Thursday, October 23 at 7:00 p.m., National Park Service and Federal Highways representatives will hold a public meeting in Interior, SD to discuss the Cliff Shelf Road Project. Everyone will be briefed on the impacts of the planned road work at Cliff Shelf/Cedar Pass along the Badlands (Highway 240) Loop Road. The project timeline, including the approximate start and finish dates, will be explained.

July 17, 2014
Badlands Astronomy Festival to Be Held July 25-27
Novices and experts alike will enjoy the spectacular dark night skies of Badlands National Park at public star parties each evening. During the day, a variety of family-friendly workshops and special events will provide opportunities for visitors to learn about the night sky, the sun, and space exploration.

June 28, 2014
Badlands Tribal Interns Launch Blog
This summer, eight Lakota teens are involved with local parks and their community through Badlands National Park’s Tribal Youth Intern Program. In its third full year, the program aims to prepare today’s youth for future careers in natural resources, park management, or related fields.


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