Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: I commend our legislators for the hours they have expended in trying to balance an impossible budget. Programs and services will necessarily be curtailed or other revenues need to be … more
Dear Editor: In response to recent social media activity sharing misinformation about our Emergency Department, Powell Valley Healthcare would like to clarify that patients who come to the ER are … more
Dear Editor: I am sitting here listening to some college student attempt to communicate why he believes requiring voter ID is voter suppression. After many minutes of hemming and hawing his … more
Dear Editor: During the American Revolution, Ben Franklin published an image of a rattlesnake broken into pieces labeled with each of the colonies and the inscription “Join or Die.” It … more
Dear Editor: April is a wonderful time of year. It is the start of spring and of growth — a new beginning. This last year has been hard on the people of  Wyoming, especially with … more
Dear Editor: It was with vested interest that I read the article in the April 13 Tribune about the move toward sediment solutions behind Willwood Dam and the Shoshone River drainage. As I read … more
Dear Editor: In reply to “Reader disappointed in coverage of gun promotion,” April 22, penned by Martin Garhart. With the increasing number of liberals escaping to Wyoming from … more
Dear Editor: I am a hunter and a gun owner. After reading Tuesday’s newspaper I am very disappointed in the Tribune for printing and giving free advertisement to a company that is … more
Dear Editor: Thank you Kevin Killough for explaining today’s science for us. I found your column spot on as distrust continues to grow among those of us who are outside the science arena and … more
Dear Editor: No Wyomingite should be forced to subsidize a political party to which they are opposed. This should be one of the few things we can all agree on, even in our current political … more
Dear Editor: This letter is provided to clarify, correct and respond to the misinformation outlined by Mr. David Keister in a letter to the editor dated April 6. As I stated in a past similar … more
Dear Editor: This is in response to the article in the April 1 paper about “The Plastic Problem.” The way I see it, the commissioners are helping create the problem with blowing … more
Dear Editor: On March 23, the Powell Tribune ran a notice titled “Proposed by-laws” submitted by Garland Light and Power Co. The notice was to inform the members of proposed changes to … more
Dear Editor: Easter weekend, the news of the passing of a 2-year-old child in the community rocked the Basin. Numerous folks poured forth comments on Facebook and the online forums of the local … more
Dear Editor: In response to the article “Feds may help fund more improvements to South Fork Road” dated March 30. Really? We live in a county where over half the roads are … more
Dear Editor: On March 9, the Powell Tribune reported that Gov. Mark Gordon rescinded the statewide face mask mandate and allowed most businesses to resume normal operations March 16. This decision … more
Dear Editor: Bringing esports to our NWC campus will in no way help our students no matter what you say about it. “Facing budgetary struggles” makes it harder to teach students what … more
Dear Editor: No, you didn’t hear any mention of Steven Amenhauser. Oprah didn’t say his name, Maxine Waters didn’t say his name, Joe Biden didn’t say his name. Steven … more
Dear Editor: Moving House Bill 209 to the floor finally exposes the “medical” marijuana myth. Let me explain. HB 209 is an 85 page document that, if passed, will allow full retail … more
Dear Editor: When did it become OK to threaten a public official, our public health officer? In the recent Tribune article, the coverage included quotes from those unhappy with Dr. Aaron … more
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