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May 14 2016, 09:42 PM

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — We’ve heard a lot about tourists trying to touch wildlife at Yellowstone National Park but this story takes personal encounters with animals a bit further.

Karen Richardson of Victor was one of several parents chaperoning a group of fifth-graders on a field trip to Yellowstone this week.

Richardson says on Monday, as students were being taught at Lamar Buffalo Ranch, a father and son pulled up at the ranger station with a bison calf in their SUV.

“They were demanding to speak with a ranger,” Richardson tells “They were seriously worried that the calf was freezing and dying.”

Rob Heusevelet, a father of a student, told the men to remove the bison from their car and warned they could be in trouble for having the animal.

“They didn’t care,” Heusevelet says. “They sincerely thought they were doing a service and helping that calf by trying to save it from the cold.”


Law enforcement rangers were called and the father-and-son tourists, who were from another country, were ticketed.

Heusevelet says the rangers followed the pair back to where they had picked up the bison, and the animal was released.

Yellowstone visitors are not allowed to approach wildlife and are to stay at least 25 yards away from large animals, according to the National Park Service website.

The school group returned from their trip Friday, and Richardson posted a photo of the bison on Facebook with the caption:

Dear tourists: the bison calf is not cold and it is not lost. PUT IT BACK!

I think people are starting to misunderstand animals these days.
May 7 2016, 09:37 PM

I'm surprised by the article there. People are going to be pissed when they find their $1000 graphics card is slower than a $600 one coming out at the end of this month. While this is good for VR, There may be some problems with unhappy customers though.
Apr 9 2016, 04:20 PM

Recently in the news, Bill Clinton dissed the Black Lives Matter movement. Why he did this, you ask? Well, he dealt with protestors at his wife's presidential campaign and they went on to say she was a murder and was calling black youth super predators. Things that they quoted from the 90s. Now, here are two quotes from it that explain his view on them.

You are defending the people who killed the lives you say matter

Here's the thing. I like protesters, but the ones that won't let you answer are afraid of the truth. That's a simple rule

Now, those are two hard attacks thrown at these protestors but both comments are pretty accurate.

The first comment is proven by statistics given by theFBI. It seems that mostly white people kill white people and black people kill black people. This makes quite a bit of sense considering murders are often done because of money, drugs, or sex. Though, that was not the point he was making exactly, it still lays down some needed background while bringing in some needed considerations.

Now, the second comment is very true on all levels. When a person decided not to let another person speak, they have decided the truth according to their opinion and they think that constantly saying this will convince the other person to agree. This helps no one in the end. Another way similar to this is when they do hear but do not listen to the other person. This is a pretense of being civil but accomplishes nothing as neither side will understand the other in the end and will just hate each other if they do not agree to disagree. Something that often happens with politics and religion.

Mar 16 2016, 07:47 PM
Mar 15 2016, 02:26 AM

It seems they used running and owning a car as a factor for determining this.
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