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Utahns among 42 who become U.S. citizens in Yellowstone
First Published Sep 04 2014 09:47 am • Last Updated Sep 04 2014 09:47 am

Yellowstone National Park, Wyo. • Forty-two people have been sworn in as new U.S. citizens during a naturalization ceremony held in Yellowstone National Park.

The ceremony held Wednesday in Mammoth Hot Springs involved immigrants from 20 different counties, including Brail, Canada, China, Italy, Iraq, Panama, St. Lucia and Thailand.

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U.S. Magistrate Mark L. Carmen presided over the outdoor ceremony.

All 42 new U.S. citizens currently live in Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming.

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