Letters to the Editor
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Dear editor: Though I no longer live in Powell I consider it my home, having been raised there during my formal years. For this reason, I am deeply concerned about the community’s direction … more
Dear editor: I was watching an episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage” the other night. His guest in that episode was Elon Musk, who said something to the effect that “regulations … more
Dear editor: Wind turbines in Altamont Pass, California kill 4,700 birds annually. The birds tend to be larger species like golden eagles, which reproduce slowly. Migratory bat species (important … more
Dear editor: In both my adult and children’s sermons, I have preached about what our role is in responding when someone is being bullied (oppressed, marginalized, being treated … more
Dear editor: This is a belated congratulation to Gabby Patterson for her column on the new book policy. She so astutely points out the facts that so many adults refuse to acknowledge. All of which … more
Dear editor: We read the article about mandatory microchips in the March 7 Powell Tribune with great interest and frustration. We would put nothing past our present federal … more
Dear editor: I am very appalled at the lack of support from the people who live in and around Powell. It is upsetting enough that Albertsons comes in, will eventually run one of the … more
Dear editor: In response to Mr. Bromley’s letter to the editor on Feb. 28, I couldn’t agree more. I also urge the residents of Park County to resist the “feel-good” … more
Dear editor: It seems that we have reached that time of year where once again our ecologically illiterate political leaders have ventured forth from their dens to loudly proclaim that the … more
Dear editor: Others who have taught in classrooms might agree that being a full-time teacher has always been full of challenges; some issues originating from lack of capable administrative … more
Dear editor: The citizens of Park County need to be very vigilant about the Land Use Plan (LUP) that our Park County government is proposing. I was asked to serve on the Land Use Planning Advisory … more
Dear editor: In case the legislators don’t settle the matter, petitions are circulating in the county to have an initiative related to crossover voting placed on the ballot in the next … more
Dear editor: Have you been watching Yellowstone’s 150th Virtual Video Series on YouTube?  Yellowstone’s record of past mismanagement is a common theme in the videos.   The … more
Feeling overwhelmed by divisiveness and life’s challenges?? Does a coping strategy of withdrawing and disengaging seem attractive and safe?? Many of us probably feel this way in … more
In just a few days we will be celebrating Valentine’s Day. You may not realize it but Valentine is a well-known third century Roman saint. He was a priest during a time when Christianity … more
Thank you, Gabby Paterson, for the article you wrote about my returning to teaching. You captured my philosophy of education and my love for students/teaching perfectly. Our community is blessed … more
Dear Mr. Guevara:  Our organization, Friends of a Legacy-McCullough Peaks Mustangs (FOAL), is hereby providing comments pertaining to the Scoping Notice of January 2023 for … more
Dear editor, We need revenue for our counties’ bills. Medicaid expansion could help us. We have 16 Critical Access Hospitals in Wyoming. Powell has a Critical Access Hospital. Medicaid … more
Dear editor: The skies of Powell are black at dusk with starlings. Their infestation is becoming a public health and safety problem. And, if not addressed soon it will be problematic to us, as it … more
Dear editor: We applaud Rep. David Northrup and the House Revenue Committee for approving HB-80, Medical Treatment Opportunity Act. Nearly two-thirds of Wyoming’s voters support Medicaid … more
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