Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: With the present situation that we are having, and since Bob Dylan just brought out a new song called Murder Most Foul, about JFK’s assasination, I thought it would be … more
Dear Editor: On July 4, 1776, 56 men signed the Declaration of Independence — 56 men who felt our rights as human beings were far more important than their own lives. By signing their names, … more
Dear Editor: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused considerable disruption to our daily lives here in Wyoming and worldwide. Daily press conferences conducted by President Trump and his coronavirus … more
Dear Editor: Last week, our president suggested ultraviolet light, and infusions of disinfectants, to kill any COVID-19 coronavirus that might be living in our bodies. I contacted my … more
Dear Editor: I just wanted to express my gratitude to the Powell Public Library. During this time of social distancing and sheltering in place, they have found a way to continue offering their … more
Dear Editor: We live in complicated times. It’s human nature to try to wrap our heads around the pandemic, to think in categorical terms and to reduce our current situation to something … more
Dear Editor: Dan Roads the park liaison to Gardiner schools, who drove to the first meeting with the Powell School Board in the Powell District No. 1 offices in 2013 with the car he drove down in … more
Dear Editor: As the director of the Powell Senior Center I would like to thank the Powell Tribune for taking on the cost of adding in the “Support Powell Life” section to the newspaper … more
Dear Editor: I am the guy with the mask over my mouth, and I am your friend. As Powell edges closer and closer to our own version of this coronavirus pandemic, we all hope and pray that this … more
Dear Editor: Both the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Wyoming Game and Fish don’t practice what they preach. They don’t follow the North American Model of Wildlife … more
Dear Editor: As the president of the Wyoming Nurses Association (WNA), I’d like to recognize out and give thanks to all involved in the fight of COVID-19 in Wyoming. The Wyoming Nurses … more
Dear Editor: Regarding the March 17 letter titled, “Government cutbacks left us unprepared for virus crisis,” none of the sources argued that one meeting with then-President Barack … more
These are unprecedented days for Wyoming communities as COVID-19 spreads. Our newspapers, large and small, in digital and print are working around the clock to keep our communities informed on the … more
Dear Editor: Affordable food, affordable housing, and affordable energy — the “three-legged stool” of our prosperity in this country, and Wyoming has all three. Considering … more
Dear Editor: We’ve all recently experienced disruptions in our lives. Addressing the spread of coronavirus has led to many changes. For most families, this includes their kids now attending … more
Dear Editor: Since Ivan Wolfe lives in Powell and his letter to the Powell Tribune was about voter suppression, I assume he is concerned that voter suppression is occurring here in our part of … more
Dear Editor: As many of you know there is a current pandemic happening throughout the world. We at Hughes-Pittinger Post 26 of The American Legion are doing all we can to help and keep our … more
Dear Editor: I don’t know about y’all but this is my first big pandemic/epidemic … (excluding SARS, MERS, Zika, ebola, seasonal flu) — which didn’t seem to make it … more
Dear Editor: Republican legislators have been using hyper partisan, obstructionist politics to great effect since Newt Gingrich championed the memo “Language, a Key Mechanism of … more
Dear Editor: WE THE PEOPLE need to be informed, how Adolf Hitler got to be supreme dictator over a 1925-1929 democratically controlled German government. Hitler joined a group about 1923 and … more
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