Letters to the Editor
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Dear editor: I would like to recognize the dedication of three women who run Girl Scout Troop 1540 in Frannie, including Sarah Pierce, Helen Johnson and Jessica Rodriguez. Having led a troop … more
Dear editor: Thank you for your opinion letter on Thursday, Dec. 8. It is a shame that politics in this country has become so divisive. Years ago two people with differing opinions could … more
Dear editor:  In my opinion the attorney general of Wyoming was in error on her ruling on Nov. 10, 2022 regarding the group asking to hand count the 2020 General Election. She said, per the … more
Dear Friends of Powell Valley Loaves and Fishes, “There is no exercise better for the heart than reaching down and lifting people up.” (John Holmes). What an exercise in heart you have … more
Dear editor: There are so many words we could use to memorialize Jim Nielson: kind, gracious, capable, well-regarded. Most of all, Jim was dedicated to his community. Although born in Canada, … more
Dear editor: I am an old man and longtime Powell guy who discovered this summer that I love playing pickleball. It’s a little bit of exercise, a little bit of socializing and a whole lot of … more
Dear editor: End of life care is not something we like to think about and will ignore until we are directly faced with it ourselves or for family members. But if we change how we look at hospice … more
Dear editor: This is in response to your opinion article titled ‘School district appears to be doing right by our children’, dated Nov. 29, 2022. I would agree that schools are … more
Dear editor: On behalf of the Powell Ministerial Association we offer a heartfelt, “Thank you!” to the many volunteers and donors who helped during this year’s Thanksgiving … more
Dear editor: My family has been warmly touched by Pastor Donna Putney’s words about gratitude in her recent Powell Tribune column. I truly appreciate her admonition that we pray. Her light … more
Dear editor: “Ultraconservative ideologues?” I wondered as I read the Nov. 8 article, “Legislators:  Wyoming Turning a Darker Shade of Red.” I thought the article was … more
Dear editor: I just wanted to take this time to say thank you to the Northwest College basketball team. A couple of weeks ago, they took time to run basketball drills with kids. My wife Katie … more
Dear Editor: The road through Yellowstone from Cooke City to Gardiner, Montana, is open year-round so as not to disenfranchise Cooke City area residents from their county seat of Livingston.  … more
Dear Editor: Halloween is such a fun and festive fall celebration that has its roots in church history. Although some may say that Halloween is a celebration of ghosts, goblins and evil … more
Dear Editor: The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation depends on the support of our members, generous private donors and the government to tell the history of the Japanese American incarceration … more
To the editor, I wanted to send a public note to thank Greg Borcher for his years of service to the Park County School District #1 Board of Trustees. Although my school board race was not … more
Dear Editor: The slogan of Scouting, Boy Scouts of America, is “Do a Good Turn Daily.”  The past two weekends, Scouts and Scouting families canvassed Powell with just that mission … more
Friends and neighbors: As our darker months arrive, please, please turn on your headlights, especially at dawn and dusk. You may be able to see (a bit), but others may not be able to see YOU. If … more
Dear Editor: I’m writing because the city has told the Flags of the World website that Powell does not have a city flag: fotw.info/flags/us-wypow.html.  I disagree, because I was on … more
Dear Editor:  I am writing in response to a couple letters in the Oct. 27 edition of the Powell Tribune, the Powell Tribune’s In Our Opinion by Dave Bonner and Greg Borcher’s … more
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