TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF HISTORIC ST. THOMAS TOWN SITE
Boulder City, Nev. —The National Park Service has announced a temporary closure of the historic town site of St. Thomas and access road in order to carry out a significant resource management project—the removal of invasive tamarisk plants. The project is being done to protect fragile historic features of the town site from root damage. The closure will be in effect weekdays January 10-February 11, 2011.
Did You Know?
Rattlesnakes bite about 1,000 people a year in the United States. Still, the risk of being killed by one is 20 times less than the risk of being struck by lightning.