Sat 24 Feb 2018 : The Gillette News-Record
YELLOWSTONE QUAKE SWARM NOT DEADLY WARNING
Recent rumblings of the Earth near West Yellowstone, Montana, are likely the extension of an "earthquake swarm" that has been taking seismometers for a ride since June. That's the take of seasonal Moose resident and University of Utah geophysicist Bob Smith, who hypothesizes that the seismic activity is decades-later aftershocks of the deadly, damaging 1959 Hebgen Lake earthquake.
Fri 23 Feb 2018 : Fox News
SWARM OF 200 EARTHQUAKES STRIKES YELLOWSTONE SUPER VOLCANO
File photo: The Silex Spring in the Fountain Paint Pot area in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, June 21, 2011. A swarm of more than 200 earthquakes struck Yellowstone National Park over the past two weeks, but that probably doesn't mean the "big one" is coming anytime soon, according to geologists from the park.
Thu 22 Feb 2018 : New York Post
SWARM OF 200 EARTHQUAKES ROCKS YELLOWSTONE'S SUPERVOLCANO
A swarm of some 200 earthquakes has been detected beneath the slumbering giant since February 8. The number of accompanying tremors is countless. Given the Earth-shattering power of this super volcano - which is capable of covering much of the United States under a thick blanket of lava and ash - it's enough to raise some serious eyebrows.
Wed 21 Feb 2018 : Jackson Hole News And Guide
Y'STONE QUAKE SWARM ISN'T A DEADLY WARNING
The cluster of yellow and orange dots northeast of West Yellowstone, Montana, represents the latest earthquake swarm in Yellowstone National Park. Scientists suspect that the hundreds of small temblors that have occurred are an extension of 2017's Maple Creek earthquake swarm.
Wed 21 Feb 2018 : Xinhuanet
SNOW STORM MAKES WESTERN U.S. STATE SHIVER
A big snow storm hit the western U.S. state of Montana, bringing temperatures down to record lows in many areas Tuesday. Media reports said residents woke up Tuesday morning to face some of the lowest temperatures in the United States, as low as minus 34.4 degrees celsius in some communities, compared to minus 10 degrees celsius in Fairbanks of Alaska, some 190 km south of the Arctic Circle.