Letters to the Editor
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Dear editor: In March of 2022, I wrote a letter to your paper (“GOP using intimidation and exclusion” — March 24, 2022) expressing my dismay that Park County Republicans were … more
Dear editor: “You have been where few people will ever be,” my father would say whenever we reached the top of another mountain in the Shoshone National Forest. During any free time … more
Dear editor: Given that Rep. Harriet Hageman is such an ardent Trump supporter, I decided to call her office in Washington this afternoon to see if I could get her response to the former … more
Dear editor: This letter is in response to Rep. Dan Laursen (R-Powell) and Dave McMillan’s request to the Park County Commissioners to hand count ballots. This is the second time such … more
Dear editor: Wyoming is a state rich in tradition. We like our way of life, we love our land, and we respect the voices and autonomy of our citizens. We trust the intelligence and will of the … more
Dear editor: A vexing issue in elements of Wyoming’s media and establishment elites is their propensity to characterize/mischaracterize political groups. Case in point is characterizing … more
Dear editor: Somewhere around 40-plus years ago the ideas of proper game management changed, not for the good of wildlife. Tenants of game management used to dictate our wildlife species … more
Dear editor: The recent opinion article “2023 an important year for state conservatives” by state legislator Rachel Rodriguez-Williams (R-Cody) is yet another reminder that local … more
Dear editor: “I want well thought out, incremental change, and I want it now!”  A slogan such as this will never be seen at a Wyoming Freedom Caucus rally, nor at a protest … more
Dear editor: In the May 28, 2019 edition of the Powell Tribune, Yellowstone Superintendent, Cam Sholly, listed five “major strategic priorities.”  Number two was, … more
Dear editor: In response to a very unpleasant event for a child, parent, school, police and medical personal and any others involved, I see an opportunity for community awareness. Why do I say … more
Dear editor: In an age when information (and misinformation) is increasingly distributed based on algorithms which tend to promote confirmation bias as opposed to facts, it might be appropriate … more
Dear editor: Many years ago our government teamed up with the universities, colleges and special interest groups and introduced science into our wildlife and its habitats. Since this time, … more
Dear editor: What drives temple Conditional Use Permit (CUP) approval? City ordinance title 10-14-1-D lists seven standards to be satisfied for Planning and Zoning approving a CUP as follows: … more
Dear dog walkers of Washington Park,  Why do you think that winter gives you an excuse to not clean up your dog’s excrement in Washington Park? Many kids and even many adults … more
Dear editor,  AARP Wyoming, a wise friend and fierce defender for more than 80,000 Wyomingites aged 50 and over, wants to thank U.S. Sen. John Barrasso for sponsoring S.1378, the Connecting … more
Dear editor: This is in response to David Hill’s column on Civics and Civility in the Nov. 24 Powell Tribune. He talks about the “growing schism between people on the same side of … more
Dear editor: I read the story of Sam Mihara written by Bob Rodriguez and it sparked me to write about my grandfather's experience as a prisoner of war. His name was Henry J. Schmidt, born in … more
Dear editor: As a group formed in 2005 to advocate for the wild horses of the McCullough Peaks, Friends of a Legacy (FOAL) has followed the BLM’s plans for its upcoming bait-trap gather … more
Dear editor: My husband and I are Lovell residents and have spent the last six months going back and forth to the Powell hospital, physical therapists and my doctor at the Powell Clinic. The … more
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