Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: The New Year is in full swing for Backpack Blessings of Powell.  Our major fundraiser in 2021, a Virtual Pie Sale, was a huge success for the second year in a row! It must be … more
Dear Mr. Schroeder: Recently, Gov. Mark Gordon appointed you as the new Superintendent of Public Instruction. Your nomination was controversial but the governor’s commitment to … more
Dear Editor: Please contact all our Wyoming state senators and representatives and ask them to stop House Bill “HB 103 — Prohibit travel across private land for hunting … more
Dear Editor: I am writing in support of a name change for Northwest College to Yellowstone College. As a concerned citizen of Powell I believe the college is, on many levels, a vital component … more
Dear Editor: During this current budget session, the state House has introduced HB 106 — Decriminalization of Cannabis. The sponsors of this last-minute bill are the same ones who introduced … more
Dear Editor: Medicaid is a state-administered program that currently supports the medical needs of Wyoming citizens who are both low income AND blind, disabled, pregnant or elderly. Low income is … more
Dear Editor: The cat is out of the bag. Yellowstone Superintendent Cam Sholly stated the National Park Service “basically tinkered with the ecosystem and took it completely out of … more
Dear Editor: Even in conservative Wyoming, attitudes toward cannabis are evolving rapidly. We’re not yet among the 36 states to legalize some form of cannabis use, but proposals have been … more
Dear Editor: In the Jan. 18 Tribune, two letters caught our eye and we believe we can mention them both here. The first letter was by Martin Garhart telling us that the TRUMP WON sign needs to … more
Dear Editor: My name is Lee Ann Hand Francik, and I am a former student of Lee Aguilar at Powell High School. My letter to you is long overdue. I would like to relate my, and many others’ … more
Dear Editor: This is in response to Gov. Mark Gordon’s recent columns of Oct. 28 and Nov. 30. He discussed his commitment to “conservative Republican principles” of small … more
Dear Editor: I had not entered Powell from the east for quite some time, as I did a few days ago. I was immediately affronted by a large TRUMP WON sign. The fact that he did not win has been … more
Dear Editor: In response to the WYDOT message draws complaints story, maybe we should all try to stop getting offended by everything everyone does. You have so many opinions on what people should … more
Dear Editor: It looks like the Park County School District 1 Board has a problem. One of its members doesn’t go along with the crowd and they want to get rid of him. Don Hansen was … more
Dear Editor: OK, let us look at this as an outsider would see it. One group of leadership allows the wanton destruction of private and public property. No response (except to offer free bail … more
Dear Editor: Fear of the bomb was part of my growing up. At the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis my mother sent us off to school saying, “I hope I see you tonight.” From weapons … more
Dear Editor: In response to the Jan. 4 article about the school board censuring Trustee Don Hansen, I won’t pretend that I know everything that is going on since I am not a board member, but … more
Dear Editor: In response to the “County GOP accuses lawmaker of vaccine mandate conflict” story in the Dec 23 issue of the Tribune, two things come to mind. First, it certainly took … more
Dear Editor: A blind man can see the approaching storm. Our government has pitted Blacks against Whites, hidden away our proud history and removed God from practically everything we cherish. Rural … more
Dear Editor: For the second time, I must respond to an editorial on climate change by Kevin Killough (Dec. 16). He uses the December 2021 tornado outbreak that resulted in 93 deaths as a … more
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