Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: In 1975, when the grizzly bear was put on the endangered species list, it was mostly brought on by Yellowstone National Park rangers killing hundreds of grizzlies. As a result, the … more
Dear Editor: I am outraged by the so-called, self-appointed leaders and voices of the holier than thou left who call me and other good, hard-working conservatives deplorable, irredeemable, smelly, … more
Dear Editor: Americans need change if we are ever to find a solution to mass shootings. In the ’80s and ’90s, we didn’t have many of the technologies that are now a normal part … more
Dear Editor: What a delight it was to read the essay on the Opinion Page on Tuesday, Nov. 19, entitled “My one and only,” written by Westside fifth-grader, Madisynn Valdez. Her story … more
Dear Editor: Why are we surprised? Sixty-one million babies have died by abortion, the single-most devastating tragedy of our lifetime. So why are we surprised when we hear that a number of states … more
Dear Editor: I shared Pat Stuart’s Nov. 14 opinion entitled “On citizens and consciences,” plus my responsive Nov. 19 letter to the editor, with my friend residing in Turkey. … more
Dear Honorable Park County Commissioners: I wonder what the alternative solutions might be versus simply placing recycling fiscal support on the back-burner. Maybe there are feasible ways for our … more
Dear Editor: This is National Physician Anesthesiologists Week, a great time to recognize the Wyoming doctors who apply over 12 years of school and 12,000 to 16,000 hours of clinical training to … more
Dear Editor: The Economic-Panel Discussion on Boom and Bust Cycles came to Rock Springs on Oct. 9. It was held at Western Wyoming Community College, and generously funded by the American Heritage … more
To Cedarwood Subdivision residents: I would like to first of all welcome Mr. Donald Seagreaves  to the City of Powell,  having recently moved here from out of state, and assure him that … more
Dear Editor: There is much more to be said for a new library, and much less need for an expensive building, $10 million estimated cost, pretexted as a collegiate student union. Powell does need a … more
Dear Editor: This is a reminder for people out there that in Wyoming, bicycles are considered vehicles and have equal access to the roadway. On the way to the Cody-Powell football game Friday … more
Dear Editor: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made a common lay-person’s error the other day, equating correlation with causation in regards to the president’s Twitter attack on four female … more
Dear Editor: “Kudos” to Donna Sullivan’s letter to the editor in the Tribune’s Feb. 6 edition. Being a family survivor, police officers have a special place in my heart … more
Dear Editor: I would like to express thanks to Harriet Bloom-Wilson for her articulate and informative letter concerning the unspeakable acts of violence in our country and the behavior of those … more
Dear Editor: I’m the project engineer/consultant that procured, designed and commissioned the Vining Substation for the City of Powell back in 1992-93. The city electrical engineer (Zane … more
Dear Editor: People in power used the law to persecute Jesus. They persecuted Old Testament prophets, the disciples and early Christians the same way — using laws. We’ve had it easy in … more
Dear Editor: It is a very sad day in America when innocent people die. The press and Harriet Bloom-Wilson like to puff up and call people names. The reality is that gun control does not stop these … more
Dear Editor: We’re writing to amend and clarify a few issues raised in CJ Baker’s extensive coverage (Aug. 15) of our HOA dispute. First of all, the Cody Ranchettes covenants do not … more
Dear Editor: Make no mistake, the state of Wyoming is experiencing an epic crisis of magnificent proportion that must end. We hear it time and time again that our young people are leaving … more
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