Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: My thanks to the Rosewood Corporation for welcoming me to Wyoming! The purpose of this letter is simply to clarify some of my points raised by Brad and Mary Lou Cummings regarding my … more
Dear Editor: The Wyoming League of Women Voters (LWV) sent the following letter to our Secretary of State on July 27. The LWV believes in fair, honest, and accessible elections. We believe these … more
Dear Editor: Hunting, fishing, and trapping are accepted activities—sports, if you will—in Wyoming. That fact was, is, and will forever be, by constitutional mandate in Wyoming. … more
Dear Editor: There are some who gladly express their opinions and quote so-called experts about climate change.  Are they not entitled to their opinions? I surely believe that everyone … more
Dear Editor: Chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been around for many many years and will be around for many, many more years. It didn’t begin because the Game and Fish started testing for it … more
Dear Editor: Just wanted to let the south side of town know that they are trying to put a slaughterhouse in over by Keele Sanitation. It’s going to be right next to my house, but I thought … more
Dear Editor: I met Yellowstone Superintendent Mike Finley in his office located at the northwest corner on the first floor of the park’s Administration Building in June of 1996 to discuss … more
Dear Editor: On the same day Liz Cheney announced her re-election bid for the House of Representatives, in order to “fight Nancy Pelosi and the socialist Democrats,” I read in your … more
Dear Editor: Reducing the number of polling places where county residents have had the ability to vote closer to where they live is a total disenfranchisement of their voter rights. The … more
Dear Editor: With all the world’s problems this is but a point in time. A little stream carrying red sand between walls of limestone is captured in the rising reservoir. It curls with … more
Dear Editor: Recently, the New York State Legislature shocked the nation and, arguably, the world, by cheering triumphantly after passing a draconian law that cleared the way for abortions to … more
Dear Editor: I would like to use your platform to respond to the recent letter from Larry French in which he addressed me personally. Mr. French, it’s good to see there’s much upon … more
Dear Editor: It is such a shame that whenever an atrocity such as a “mass” shooting occurs there is outrage and calls for action. The recent shootings are indicative of acts … more
Dear Editor: On Oct. 24, 1944, a Japanese Freighter, the Arisan Maru, was sunk while transporting 1,800 prisoners of war (POWs) from the Philippines to another POW Camp, possibly located in … more
Dear Editor: I am adding my voice of outrage to Harriet Bloom Wilson’s and, yes, to many other voices. There are numerous reasons for political differences, but as a country we should be … more
Dear Editor: On March 13, 2020, the president of the United States declared a national emergency; Gov. Mark Gordon declared a state emergency. I cried — for Wyoming residents of nursing … more
Dear Editor: In support of Gov. Mark Gordon’s call for climate action, I want to draw attention to a remarkable document on climate change and national security. Sixty-four senior U.S. … more
Dear Editor: We thought we were prepared to burn a small patch of cheat grass with several buckets full of water, a shovel and matches. As I lit the weed burner and set the grass on fire, we … more
Dear Editor: As I looked at the Thursday paper, I saw a very beautiful house on the front page and proceeded to read the story. Halfway through, I’m thinking “why is this on the front … more
Dear Editor: Christian definition: Christlike, or followers of Christ. God said in a booming voice to some apostles in Matthew 17:5, “This is My Son listen to him.” And Jesus said … more
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