Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: I wonder how many readers “caught” the clever parody in the headline of the book boxes story — page 13 of June 11, 2020. “WITH LITERACY and … more
Dear Editor: How long do you suppose it will be until the social justice warriors arrive in Park County and demand that the statues and monuments honoring the “white racist” Bill Cody, … 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: 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
To the people of the great state of Wyoming: It is a shame that a citizen who aspires to public office at the state and federal level must have a significant amount of money to run for political … more
Dear Editor: I have been trying to find the words that I’ve been feeling for a week. I have failed in coming up with only a word, so now I have found two: rage and pain. Without rage and … more
Dear Editor: Election season is upon us. Now is the time for platitude-spouting purveyors of political putrescence to parade publicly. You will hear them all: No new taxes! Keep our guns! … 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: No one knows how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect the safety of in-person voting in the 2020 election. But we certainly know that failure to prepare now for massive mail balloting … more
Dear Editor: Our government wants us to believe that it is there to protect and serve the American people. Yet it allows corporations to promote merchandise of death like alcohol, tobacco and … 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: 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: Wyoming State Rep. Dan Laursen expressed his concern regarding continued growth in education funding in a May 5 Powell Tribune article. Laursen stated, “I think we have great … more
Dear Editor: I attended the Wyoming Republican Party Convention held via Zoom on May 9. After reading an article posted by the Casper Star-Tribune and as a precinct committeewoman for Park County, … 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: 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: I would like to say how grateful I am to all the people of our city and our country who have helped each other in so many ways during this pandemic crisis we are in — truly the … more
Dear Editor: As each day of the coronavirus pandemic passes, family members, staff and communities are becoming increasingly worried about the health and safety of those inside long-term care … more
Dear Editor: The world has always been like it was in Noah’s day right before the flood. In Noah’s day it was full of wicked people, whose thoughts would be constantly and fully evil. … more
Dear Editor: The U.S.A. is referred to as God’s nation! We believe it was founded on God’s laws and principles, and guided by the Constitution as established by the Founding Fathers. … more
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