As 2013 dawns at Mount Rainier National Park, many employees plan to gather Tuesday morning at Paradise to honor the woman who died a year ago protecting the popular destination.
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College students planted 72 seedlings at Mount Rainier National Park Thursday, part of an unofficial memorial to Margaret Anderson, the law enforcement ranger shot and killed Jan. 1 while protecting the park.
The U.S. House on Wednesday passed legislation that would name the Eatonville post office after slain Mount Rainier ranger Margaret Anderson. The bill, H.R. 5788, would name the facility National Park Ranger Margaret Anderson Post Office. The measure awaits action in the Senate.
The National Park Service today released the recommendations made by a board of review the investigated the circumstances surrounding the slaying of Ranger Margaret Anderson on Jan. 1. The board met in mid-May to examine what happened and identify any lessons that could be learned to enhance protection of employees and the public.
A National Park Service review board has determined the Jan. 1 shooting death of Mount Rainier law enforcement ranger Margaret Anderson was not preventable.
Eric Anderson, husband of slain Rainier ranger Margaret Anderson, was announced this morning as the new structural fire training specialist for the National Interagency Fire Center.
The husband of slain park ranger Margaret Anderson will not return to work at Mount Rainier National Park. Eric Anderson and his wife had worked at the park for four years as law enforcement rangers. The couple had two young daughters, ages 4 and 2.
A National Park Service board of review will convene Tuesday at Mount Rainier National Park to review the circumstances surrounding the Jan. 1 killing of ranger Margaret Anderson.
The Washington state Senate has passed a resolution honoring Margaret Anderson, the Mount Rainier National Park ranger who was fatally shot on New Year’s Day.
Mount Rainier National Park officials plan to take an in-depth look at the incidents surrounding the killing of ranger Margaret Anderson in hopes of preventing similar situations, park superintendent Randy King said Wednesday.
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