Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: While not a proponent of teaching controversial topics in most public school grade levels, I acknowledge that inevitably such discussions will take place at the high school level. … more
Dear Editor: We moved our company and 35 jobs to Powell in 1993. We immediately fell in love with a family who came at the same time to start a restaurant. In the Nov. 23 Tribune, we were … more
Dear Editor: As I look back upon the recent “special session” of our Legislature, I am filled with dismay and disgust at the utter disregard our elected “representatives” … more
Dear Editor: It is time we place term limits on federal level legislators and unelected/unaccountable bureaucrats. I believe many elected officials start their careers with noble … more
Dear Editor: Thank you, Kevin Killough, for writing a great and informative article about the recent protest in Cody against the vaccine mandate. The people you spoke to had so much to say, not … more
Dear Editor: There have been a number of recent articles and letters on the controversy surrounding the misogynistic Sept. 12 email by Park County Republican Party (PCRP) Precinct Committeeman … more
Dear Editor: Thanks for your reply to my letter, Al. I’ll be glad to meet you at the college for a lie detector test anytime. You asked what would Jesus do? Well, I know because I am a … more
Dear Editor: Although this letter is primarily praising the nurses at Powell Valley Hospital, I also wish to thank everyone who cleaned my room, brought me a food tray, peeked at a computer or … more
Dear Editor: This letter is to address the pathetic, small corner coverage for the girls’ high school swim team success. They won the 3A CONFERENCE TITLE and are UNDEFEATED. I think they … more
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
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