Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: Regarding the March 17 letter titled, “Government cutbacks left us unprepared for virus crisis,” none of the sources argued that one meeting with then-President Barack … more
These are unprecedented days for Wyoming communities as COVID-19 spreads. Our newspapers, large and small, in digital and print are working around the clock to keep our communities informed on the … more
Dear Editor: Affordable food, affordable housing, and affordable energy — the “three-legged stool” of our prosperity in this country, and Wyoming has all three. Considering … more
Dear Editor: We’ve all recently experienced disruptions in our lives. Addressing the spread of coronavirus has led to many changes. For most families, this includes their kids now attending … more
Dear Editor: Since Ivan Wolfe lives in Powell and his letter to the Powell Tribune was about voter suppression, I assume he is concerned that voter suppression is occurring here in our part of … more
Dear Editor: As many of you know there is a current pandemic happening throughout the world. We at Hughes-Pittinger Post 26 of The American Legion are doing all we can to help and keep our … more
Dear Editor: I don’t know about y’all but this is my first big pandemic/epidemic … (excluding SARS, MERS, Zika, ebola, seasonal flu) — which didn’t seem to make it … more
Dear Editor: Republican legislators have been using hyper partisan, obstructionist politics to great effect since Newt Gingrich championed the memo “Language, a Key Mechanism of … more
Dear Editor: WE THE PEOPLE need to be informed, how Adolf Hitler got to be supreme dictator over a 1925-1929 democratically controlled German government. Hitler joined a group about 1923 and … more
Dear Editor: The attempt to commercialize the wild sage grouse this spring and the selling off of hundreds of thousands of acres of our public lands to the oil industry is just the beginning of … more
Dear Editor: I believe our beloved Northwest College is worth our determined efforts so the college continues to serve our youth. Maybe we in the community can offer more assistance to the … more
To all concerned constituents: I am writing this letter not as a person who dislikes anyone or holds any personal grudges, but as a concerned citizen who loves Northwest College and what it brings … more
Dear Editor: Last month, the Wyoming House of Representatives killed an amendment that would have reinstated a national youth survey here in Wyoming. The Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) provides … more
Dear Editor: As the Wyoming Legislature is in full swing, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) believes our lawmakers have more to do in the prevention of tobacco. ACS CAN … more
Dear Editor: We all know the county commissioners have a tough job, but yet another planning process? Yikes! How many planning processes do the people of Park County have to suffer through? … more
Dear Editor: I believe we are lucky to have the number of active citizens among us here in Powell who look after each other. Furthermore, we are certainly fortunate to be associated with a … more
Dear Editor: We live in a time where vast quantities of information are available instantly to the masses. We replace actual experiences with virtual recreations, and become impatient with the … more
Dear Editor: Christian definition: Christlike, or followers of Christ. God said in a booming voice to some apostles in Matthew 17:5, “This is My Son listen to him.” And Jesus said … more
Dear Editor: In support of Gov. Mark Gordon’s call for climate action, I want to draw attention to a remarkable document on climate change and national security. Sixty-four senior U.S. … more
Dear Editor: “Kudos” to Donna Sullivan’s letter to the editor in the Tribune’s Feb. 6 edition. Being a family survivor, police officers have a special place in my heart … more
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