Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: I’ve recently read about the cluttering of trash in space, which brings to mind waste at a more local level. Some of our board members and employees at Powell Valley … more
Dear Editor: I am writing to express my concerns with what I see to be a troubling trend in Park County. We are seeing more and more of our productive agricultural land being bought up and … more
Dear Editor: The message in Phil Anthony’s July 29 letter was hopeful. “Americans of radically different philosophies can find things to agree on” was a relief in this time of … more
Dear Editor:  Regarding the Wyoming Wildlife Taskforce: Is it a socialistic design of Wyoming Game and Fish Director Brian Nesvick to use the public sector as pawns — to make everyone … more
Dear Editor: Most of the candidates for Congress against Liz Cheney agree on policy. They all basically sound the same. You will not find too many differences and certainly not important enough … more
Dear Editor: If you are a citizen of the United States, you are free and sovereign. It’s the governments and their employees who are chained and restricted. First there was God. God … more
Dear Editor: In this topsy-turvy world, I find myself writing in agreement with another Wyoming legislator at the federal level, Ms. Cynthia Lummis. Regular readers of your paper will recognize … more
Dear Editor: This is in response to the political cartoon by Wayne Stroot, published on July 8. It shows a TV news anchor saying that WalletHub ranked New Jersey, Massachusetts and New York as … more
Dear Editor: We live in a country deeply divided and growing more so every week.  And yet, we are all Americans. We share a common history and partake of inherited blessings that have … more
Dear Editor: In the July 8 edition of the Powell Tribune, there was an article about our shelters being overrun with unwanted cats. We have had five rescue cats in our married life. All have … more
Dear Editor: I am upset that the Wyoming sheriff’s association is not backing the pro-gun bills. Does this mean they are backing Biden’s anti-gun movements? Maybe the oath of office … more
Dear Editor: I don’t ordinarily write letters to the editor, but after reading Ms. Eiden’s column in Tuesday’s paper, I felt compelled to respond. I am sorry she appears to … more
Dear Editor: I attended my first board meeting of School District 1 here in Powell Tuesday night. This was designated as a work session. There were about 25 members of the public in attendance … more
Dear Editor: My husband and I were in Powell a few weeks ago. My parents had lived in Powell shortly after they married in 1946-47. They had to move back to Mississippi due to family illness. They … more
Dear Editor: There is an infinite world of information. Mainstream media and “authority” have declared themselves gatekeepers. If you rely on them to curate your information, you never … more
Dear Editor: The enclosed missive is my truth statement of a somewhat monumental observation. Has our Christian populous also discerned that these loud accusatory racial experts harmoniously … more
Dear Ms. Messer and distinguished members of the board: “Squaw Teats” was a name given to a geographic feature over 100 years ago. The issue was brought before the Park County … more
Dear Editor: A big boo and hiss to the folks at Wells Fargo for closing down the Powell branch and shipping all personnel to Cody. A telephone call to that branch unearthed the nugget that this is … more
Dear Editor: The death outside Frannie (per the May 27 front page) is a tragic story on several levels, not least for all its unanswered questions. And something else stood out for me. After … more
Dear Editor: I was very sad to read about Isabell Trevino’s experience with a member of our police force. This is a man who has vowed to serve and protect us. Even if he is a racist, or … more
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