Letters to the Editor
236 results total, viewing 121 - 140
Dear editor: It seems that we have reached that time of year where once again our ecologically illiterate political leaders have ventured forth from their dens to loudly proclaim that the … more
Dear editor: Others who have taught in classrooms might agree that being a full-time teacher has always been full of challenges; some issues originating from lack of capable administrative … more
Dear editor: The citizens of Park County need to be very vigilant about the Land Use Plan (LUP) that our Park County government is proposing. I was asked to serve on the Land Use Planning … more
Dear editor: In case the legislators don’t settle the matter, petitions are circulating in the county to have an initiative related to crossover voting placed on the ballot in the next … more
Dear editor: Have you been watching Yellowstone’s 150th Virtual Video Series on YouTube?  Yellowstone’s record of past mismanagement is a common theme in the videos.   … more
Feeling overwhelmed by divisiveness and life’s challenges?? Does a coping strategy of withdrawing and disengaging seem attractive and safe?? Many of us probably feel this way in … more
In just a few days we will be celebrating Valentine’s Day. You may not realize it but Valentine is a well-known third century Roman saint. He was a priest during a time when Christianity … more
Thank you, Gabby Paterson, for the article you wrote about my returning to teaching. You captured my philosophy of education and my love for students/teaching perfectly. Our community is blessed … more
Dear Mr. Guevara:  Our organization, Friends of a Legacy-McCullough Peaks Mustangs (FOAL), is hereby providing comments pertaining to the Scoping Notice of January 2023 for … more
Dear editor, We need revenue for our counties’ bills. Medicaid expansion could help us. We have 16 Critical Access Hospitals in Wyoming. Powell has a Critical Access Hospital. … more
Dear editor: The skies of Powell are black at dusk with starlings. Their infestation is becoming a public health and safety problem. And, if not addressed soon it will be problematic to us, as … more
Dear editor: We applaud Rep. David Northrup and the House Revenue Committee for approving HB-80, Medical Treatment Opportunity Act. Nearly two-thirds of Wyoming’s voters support Medicaid … more
Dear editor: I read the article of Dec. 22, 2022 in the Powell Tribune regarding the possible changes to the PCSD1 preschool program and the liaison position. I would like to share some … more
Dear editor: I give two thumbs up to Susan Hoffert for her excellent letter to the editor of Jan. 5, 2023. Ms. Hoffert’s letter calls out Sen. Lummis for voting in favor of the monstrous, … more
Dear editor, I am amazed and saddened that our schools in Park and Big Horn counties do not recognize Martin Luther King Day. I have taught in four states and Wyoming is the only state where … more
Dear editor: Ten ways to improve/increase jobs in Cody, Wyoming. 1. Add a roller rink: By adding one it will increase family fun, add jobs, it’s fun for everyone, it is also a great way … more
Dear Editor, After sending a letter to Sen. Cynthia Lummis that was basically the same as my January 5 letter to the editor, I received a very informative reply from Sen. Lummis.  While much … more
Dear editor, I think the idea of the county storing food in case of disaster is not a workable idea. I can see a social program like this getting way out of hand. Once you start something … more
Dear editor, A recent Cowboy State Daily story reported on the drop in Wyoming moose tags while moose tags in Colorado were increasing. It was even speculated that “Some of that drop in … more
Dear editor, After reading Todd Johnson’s Jan. 5 letter to the editor I must stand up for Sen. Dan Laursen. The first point Mr. Johnson made was that Sen. Laursen broke the “11th … more
« Prev | 1 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 12 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.