Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: The school year isn’t ending the way many of us expected. Across Wyoming, traditional, in-person schools have closed their doors to stop the spread of COVID-19. This has forced … more
Dear Editor: Thank you to Don Amend for all his great columns.  Especially thanks for the Thursday, Oct. 8 sharing, “We are only as strong as our weakest link.” You really hit it … more
Dear Editor: In these difficult times there is so much negativity on TV and in the media that it can be overwhelming. And people are struggling. So it was heartening to see two uplifting articles … more
Dear Editor: I have lived in Powell for 37 years and have always thought that Powell folks are among the kindest people on the planet. We hold fundraisers for people who are faced with … more
Dear Editor: I am writing in regard to responses to Becky French’s recent letter to the editor. After reading his letter, I am quite thankful that Morgan Tyree, also isn’t a college … more
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: Great editorial on Wyoming’s financial crisis by the Casper Star-Tribune in Tuesday’s paper. But the page before tells about the school board giving a 2% raise to our … more
Dear Editor: This is in response to the Aug. 13 letter by Frank Eathorne, chairman of the Wyoming Republican Party regarding absentee and mail-in ballots and the supposed dangers of voter fraud … 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: In his guest column in the June 16 edition of the Powell Tribune, Scott Clem argues that people should be judged by their “character,” rather than by the “color of … more
Dear Editor: After nearly 35 years of solidly backing the lodging tax, we urge Park County voters to continue that support in the general election. The vast majority of these invaluable … more
Dear Editor: Just wanted to reply to Suzanne Luhr’s letter to the editor on Oct. 13 on trapping. She states that regulations are virtually nonexistent, that the Game and Fish … 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 Editor: As the coronavirus slowly sifts its way through our community, it is becoming all too obvious that people in nursing homes, hospital workers, EMTs, police force, and anyone serving … more
Dear Editor: Dan Roads the park liaison to Gardiner schools, who drove to the first meeting with the Powell School Board in the Powell District No. 1 offices in 2013 with the car he drove down in … more
Dear Editor: We live in complicated times. It’s human nature to try to wrap our heads around the pandemic, to think in categorical terms and to reduce our current situation to something … more
Dear Editor: The best way to judge a candidate is to look at their track record. In the United States Senate, Wyoming does not need an unknown quantity. Wyoming needs a senator with a track record … more
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