Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: That nasty four-letter word has reared its ugly head again. I respect Nate Martin’s right to express his opinion. I do not respect his reference to money managed by our … more
Dear Editor: Public land access is more important now than ever. Having hunted in a majority of the western states, public land access is a common problem for the average hunter or fisherman. Some … more
Dear Editor: Whenever I hear Gov. Mark Gordon or any other elected official use the term “personal responsibility,” I think of it as shorthand for “There are no rules. Or if … more
Dear Editor: I am tired of blue versus red being treated like a sports event. At this point I want to see what Biden and Congress will do, or if we are back to the old system where only money … more
Dear Editor: I have been teaching Spanish at Northwest College in Powell Wyoming for 18 years. I taught as an adjunct professor for 14 years before I was promoted to visiting instructor in January … more
Dear Editor: This is written in response to the Feb. 9 article describing the recent censure of Rep. Liz Cheney by the Park County Republican Party because of her vote to impeach Trump for his … more
Dear Editor: Did you ever notice how a phrase suddenly gets introduced into the public lexicon?  The latest phrase being used is the “Cult of Trump.” It is used by the left in the … more
Dear Editor: A ban on federal oil and gas leasing in Wyoming could indeed push oil and gas companies to lease and develop more state and private land eventually. Concluding that a ban on federal … more
Dear Editor: THANK YOU to all the wonderful people who have “dug” me out this past week. The neighbors, my students’ parents and strangers have been so kind to shovel my … more
Dear Editor: I was hoping to spread the word about House Bill 1. It impacts the lives of all persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and individuals with acquired brain injuries. … more
Dear Editor: As a light-skinned fellow, I’m wondering when I will be ordered to pin a scarlet letter to my shirt, marking me as a sho-nuff, natural born white supremacist and Simon Legree … more
Dear Editor: As a non-Republican, I am trying to understand how a “RINO” is determined. I grew up in a Republican household; my folks were big fans of Sen. Everett Dirksen’s … more
Dear Editor: I find it quite funny that people have forgotten the long ago election of Trump in 2016. Temper tantrums, especially by Hillary Clinton, were the norm. Rioting did occur. The Donald … more
Dear Editor: The impeachment “trial” of President Trump will prove interesting, even though the Constitution clearly states that the purpose of impeachment is to remove a sitting … more
Dear Editor: I found your newspaper opinion of Jan. 28 quite disingenuous. You make a point of specific instances of people who have not worn masks as “examples of the astounding amounts … more
Dear Editor: As former legislators of the State of Wyoming, we still take a keen interest in what is happening in the politics of Wyoming. We jointly raise our voices in concern regarding what is … more
Dear Editor: If I see a 3-year-old throw a temper tantrum because he wasn’t allowed to eat all his Christmas candy in one sitting, I might find it funny. But when thousands of armed adults … more
Dear Editor: Are we Americans? What is wrong with the pictures we all saw on TV, our phones, or the internet of the assault on our nation’s Capitol? We are a nation governed by rules and … more
Dear Editor: It appears that our elected representatives are once again ignoring the wishes of their constituents. We already voted against increases in taxes on both local and state levels. What … more
Dear Editor: The Jan. 21 story titled, “Northwest College ponders what it wants in a new president” caught my attention. I really like that the search committee for a new president … more
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