Joshua Tree National Park to Temporarily Close Due to Damage Amid Shutdown

Headline Roundup January 9th, 2019

Joshua Tree National Park will temporarily close due to damage amid the government shutdown.

Joshua Tree National Park to Temporarily Close Due to Damage Amid Shutdown

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Officials said that the 1,235-square-mile park will close Thursday morning temporarily, but did not say when they expected to reopen it to visitors.

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Yes, the government shutdown is to blame. No, it's not that big of a deal.

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California’s Joshua Tree National Park will completely shutter Thursday so that officials can address damage wrought during the ongoing government shutdown.

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