Theodore Roosevelt shuts down, Medora loses huge tourist draw
MEDORA -- Theodore Roosevelt National Park officials had four hours to shut down 71,000 acres of park Tuesday morning.
Because of the federal government shutdown, all national parks were required to close. North Dakota's park got four hours -- 8 a.m. to noon -- to get things in order, like putting up signs and informing campers they had 48 hours to leave.
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