Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: In the Oct. 28th issue of the Tribune Kevin Killough wrote a great opinion piece about Facebook, also known in this house as “Fakebook.” I thought I would share our … more
Dear Editor: John Kerry betrays: • Vietnam veterans in 1971, claiming to speak for veterans while piling on accusation after accusation before a Senate panel, insulting our service and … more
Dear Editor: Regarding the letter of Oct. 7, submitted by one Dona Becker to the Powell Tribune: I do not know her, but I sure do know what a “Big Lie” is! I have attended meetings as … more
Dear Editor: The University of Wyoming has been considering minimizing a program that is essential to the state’s health and wellbeing. The mental health counseling and school counseling … more
Dear Editor: During the summer, the COVID-19 Delta variant caused a surge in infections after what had been a fairly successful although imperfect effort on the part of the Biden administration to … more
Dear Editor: Sens. John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis’ Oct. 14 guest column on the proposed new IRS reporting requirement was an interesting read. Although I do think this is an important … more
Dear Editor: The COVID pandemic has pitted an individual’s freedom of choice against the responsibility to the greater good of society in a way that hasn’t been seen in over a … more
Dear Editor: On Friday, Oct. 15, at the intersection of First and Bernard streets, I signaled a left turn on my bicycle. I started turning and a dull gray car “gunned it” to pass. I … more
Dear Editor: Our founders, with their God-given insight, sought to provide solutions to issues that could arise long after their tenures in government ended. In his 1796 farewell address, … more
Dear Editor: I think it is shameful the way the American flag is flown at the Park County Annex in Powell. It is on a flag pole that is smaller than most of the private flag poles and the flag … more
In a recent edition of the paper, there was an advertisement inviting the public’s input for an Oct. 13 event to discuss pros and cons of rebranding/renaming Northwest College. more
In one of the articles regarding an email sent by Troy Bray to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairwoman Tara Nethercott, former U.S. Sen. Al Simpson referenced the email, calling it “one of the coarsest, foulest, ignorant, dumb-witted things that has ever been sent to a chairman of the Judiciary Committee.” more
Dear Editor: In the Sept. 30 issue of the Powell Tribune, there is an article about the Campbell County Public Library and a county commissioner who would like to pull funding from that library … more
Dear Editor: Perhaps the best example of a positive mandate for vaccinations is in our history books. George Washington knew he had to inoculate his soldiers against smallpox. He had very few … more
Dear Editor: I am writing in reference to the Sept. 30 column written by Brian Schroeder. Mr. Schroeder seems to blame multiculturalism for the division in our country. Yes, our country does have … more
Dear Editor: I was born and raised in Powell, visit often, and still enjoy reading the Tribune to stay connected to my roots. It’s a great paper — especially for a community of this … more
Dear Editor: I am writing this letter at the request of a young man’s parents. While attending a monthly fair board meeting in August, I made a comment concerning the appearance of a pig. … more
Dear Editor: In the Sept. 16 issue of the Powell Tribune, Diane Martin seems to make an indictment of the care that her mother gets at Powell Valley Healthcare, and that 100% vaccination of … more
Dear Editor: Thank you for the Sept. 9 article on the 9/11 anniversary event and especially for those who made the move from the firehouse to Washington Park and the new time. I had arranged to … more
Dear Editor: Apparently I’ve learned history in another universe. I was taught smallpox vaccination helps prevent deaths. I received diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, polio (two times), … more
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