Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: I attended my first board meeting of School District 1 here in Powell Tuesday night. This was designated as a work session. There were about 25 members of the public in attendance … more
Dear Editor: My husband and I were in Powell a few weeks ago. My parents had lived in Powell shortly after they married in 1946-47. They had to move back to Mississippi due to family illness. They … more
Dear Editor: There is an infinite world of information. Mainstream media and “authority” have declared themselves gatekeepers. If you rely on them to curate your information, you never … more
Dear Editor: The enclosed missive is my truth statement of a somewhat monumental observation. Has our Christian populous also discerned that these loud accusatory racial experts harmoniously … more
Dear Ms. Messer and distinguished members of the board: “Squaw Teats” was a name given to a geographic feature over 100 years ago. The issue was brought before the Park County … more
Dear Editor: A big boo and hiss to the folks at Wells Fargo for closing down the Powell branch and shipping all personnel to Cody. A telephone call to that branch unearthed the nugget that this is … more
Dear Editor: The death outside Frannie (per the May 27 front page) is a tragic story on several levels, not least for all its unanswered questions. And something else stood out for me. After … more
Dear Editor: I was very sad to read about Isabell Trevino’s experience with a member of our police force. This is a man who has vowed to serve and protect us. Even if he is a racist, or … more
Dear Editor: This is in response to Kevin Killough’s editorial regarding climate change on May 6. There are a number of issues but I will focus on his use of the 2018 IPCC “Special … more
Dear Editor: I  am writing to express my dissatisfaction with the new speed limits in Clark. The speed limit has been in place for decades. Many people in Clark depend on getting to places on … more
Dear Editor: I have hesitated sending this letter because I know how riled people can get at any notion or hint of racism in Park County. However, I have to do this every few years so our people … more
Dear Editor: I could not be more proud of the courageous stand Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow took in defying the introduction of the 1619 Project and Critical Race Theory in … more
Dear Editor: After reading your column of May 6, “... Preservation County,” I am compelled to again remind your readers of the late Justice Antonin Scalia, a conservative darling, who … more
Dear Editor: I commend our legislators for the hours they have expended in trying to balance an impossible budget. Programs and services will necessarily be curtailed or other revenues need to be … more
Dear Editor: In response to recent social media activity sharing misinformation about our Emergency Department, Powell Valley Healthcare would like to clarify that patients who come to the ER are … more
Dear Editor: I am sitting here listening to some college student attempt to communicate why he believes requiring voter ID is voter suppression. After many minutes of hemming and hawing his … more
Dear Editor: During the American Revolution, Ben Franklin published an image of a rattlesnake broken into pieces labeled with each of the colonies and the inscription “Join or Die.” It … more
Dear Editor: April is a wonderful time of year. It is the start of spring and of growth — a new beginning. This last year has been hard on the people of  Wyoming, especially with … more
Dear Editor: It was with vested interest that I read the article in the April 13 Tribune about the move toward sediment solutions behind Willwood Dam and the Shoshone River drainage. As I read … more
Dear Editor: In reply to “Reader disappointed in coverage of gun promotion,” April 22, penned by Martin Garhart. With the increasing number of liberals escaping to Wyoming from … more
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