Letters to the Editor
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Dear editor: Rocky Mountain Power has proposed 29.2% total rate increase. Yes, 29.2%! That’s not a typo. Rocky Mountain Power is requesting that your power bill be raised almost 30%, … more
Dear editor: Following is an open letter to the City of Cody Council and mayor and planning and zoning board: Please DENY the LDS Church commercial site plan application based on the … more
To whomever you are and wherever you live: I hope you will care and read. I am Samuel Mads Cottrell from Powell and want to talk to everyone interested about building our temple in Cody. I … more
Dear editor: After reading the article about the cell tower going up in Wapiti I wanted to say a few things about companies that are allowed to do anything they want while ignoring the concerns … more
Dear editor: Twelve concerned Park County citizens drove to Sheridan to appear, on June 26, 2023, before a panel of five Wyoming Senators and nine Representatives to express concerns about high … more
Dear editor: On the evening of July 14, shortly after 11 p.m., while Connie Willis was introducing her guest on Coast to Coast AM, KODI fell silent, broadcasting what is called a “dead … more
Dear editor: I understand the importance of the temple to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints faith, but those of us who are not LDS feel deeply about this proposed, uninvited … more
Dear editor: July 16 marked one year since our nation transitioned to 988, the easy-to-remember, nationwide mental  health crisis helpline. This number connects callers with the Suicide … more
Dear editor: In the untamed expanse of Wyoming’s political badlands, there roosts a daring posse of valiant conservatives known as the Wyoming Freedom Caucus. These mavericks, as pesky as … more
Dear editor: I’m writing in response to the recent article entitled “Group forms in Park County to counteract marijuana normalization.” The article begins, stating: … more
Dear editor: Recently $26 billion that was awarded to 46 states as part of the National Opioid Settlement is a substantial portion of the overall funds of $50 billion. States and localities have … more
Dear editor: As I sat in the planning and zoning meeting in Cody for the proposed temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I was quite impressed with all who presented public … more
Dear editor: Do you know that the Commissioners of the Shoshone Irrigation District have raised the annual fees an additional $200 per headgate and $4 per acre for all users? Are you as … more
Dear editor: I started hunting 59 years ago. In that time, I’ve seen grizzlies with no hump. I’ve seen black bears with very dish-like faces, and both species in many color … more
Dear editor: A copy of a message sent to Sen. John Barrasso, for the edification of your readers ... Senator: I just read this quote from you “This indictment certainly looks … more
Dear editor: Recently, I’ve been approached on the matter of military honors at funeral services for veterans. As such, I felt it appropriate to provide the following for our veterans and … more
Dear editor: Clarity is strength. Uncertainty is weakness. Most people live in uncertainty. When you are absolutely certain that something is true, you have clarity. Clarity makes … more
Dear editor: In regards to the article on May 25 about euthanizing the young bison because its life had been altered by a stupid human makes us sad and livid at the same time. We understand … more
Dear editor: As part of its mission of advocating for a quality education for everyone and encouraging participation in our democracy, Wyoming Rising, a 501(c)4 organization, cosponsored a … more
Dear editor: Responding to your guest editorial of May 18 — if the corner crossing debate weren’t so infuriating, I’d find it funny. As an American citizen, I’m part … more
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