Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: Both the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Wyoming Game and Fish don’t practice what they preach. They don’t follow the North American Model of Wildlife … more
Dear Editor: Under a bill that went before the state Senate in February, an  additional 3,000-plus Wyoming resident hunters would have drawn an antelope tag this year. But ... the bill, … more
Dear Editor: First, I’d like to know what a Laramie opinion has to do with our editorial page. It may reflect the attitude of a portion of our community, but my experience sees this end of … more
Dear Editor: Well, I certainly am glad that Mr. Zack Thorington and the Rosewood Corporation are “working cordially” to settle an apparently nullified agreement that goes back to at … more
Dear Editor: I am the guy with the mask over my mouth, and I am your friend. As Powell edges closer and closer to our own version of this coronavirus pandemic, we all hope and pray that this … more
Dear Gov. Gordon: Our president of the United States has blessed this country with medical privacy and the right to try. As governor, you have no medical background (and I do not trust that of … more
Dear Editor: Thank you, Park County, we knocked it out of the park!  County residents met up at the Beartooth Ranch near Clark for a morning of volunteerism and celebration of the first-ever … more
Dear Editor: I am writing this for the sake of keeping the record straight regarding the Oct. 15 article, “Defending Wolves.” Dr. Doug Smith, PhD, Yellowstone wildlife biologist, … more
Dear Editor: Humanity desperately needs TLC. That will happen when women lead. Increasingly, we find ourselves wrestling with our own lawmakers! We seek people-centered government, so we must … more
Dear Editor: Efforts to expand oil and gas leasing on public lands, even on lands that are unlikely to produce oil and gas, threaten our state’s outdoor recreation industry and quality of … more
Dear Editor: I live near the intersection of Avenue E and Division Street, so I have been quite aware that there has been a HUGE increase in the amount of motorcyclists going through the area in … more
Dear Editor: I don’t know if this warrants a letter to the editor or not, but I was impressed. I live on a low-traffic dead-end street, so I normally don’t get Halloween trick or treat … more
Dear Editor: As the director of the Powell Senior Center I would like to thank the Powell Tribune for taking on the cost of adding in the “Support Powell Life” section to the newspaper … more
Dear Editor: I was interested to see the Tribune’s story Thursday, about the Park County commission’s response to the proposed name change for the “Squaw Teats” buttes. I … more
Dear Editor: I am writing in regards to your article concerning the “County GOP leaders resign.” It appeared to me that the resigning leader’s actions were a premeditated and … more
Dear Editor: In regards to the fireworks being shot off for days before the Fourth of July: You need to ask your neighbors if they mind your little darling dogs barking all day or night, ALL YEAR … more
Dear Editor: “To the Republic for which it stands ...” In the last 2 1/2 years, President Donald Trump has accomplished many amazing things. • He passed the historic tax … more
Dear Editor: In response to the letter in the Aug. 6 edition of the Powell Tribune, Mr. Wysocki should really check his facts before he goes public with a laundry list of false accusations against … more
Dear Powell residents: I’m certain there are many more than the 25 people in Powell who showed up in Washington Park on Friday night to show their concern about what our government is doing … more
Dear Editor: We have a very important day coming up: Aug. 18 is our Primary Election. We have a number of candidates running on the platform of “no new taxes.” No new taxes is a … more
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