Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: On behalf of the Powell Ministerial Association we offer a heartfelt, “Thank you!” to the many volunteers and donors who helped during this year’s Thanksgiving … more
Dear Editor: Henry Ward Beecher said, “Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul.” Today I felt gratitude for all the generosity I have seen in our blessed city … more
Dear Editor: Chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been around for many many years and will be around for many, many more years. It didn’t begin because the Game and Fish started testing for it … more
Dear Editor: Let’s say a stranger comes to you and says they know your buddy, John. But the facts they assert about your buddy John are wrong. You could safely assume that they are referring … more
Dear Editor: What a dark day in Wyoming when the Wyoming Republican Party wants to keep its meetings top secret. The RNC now is controlled by right wingers who tolerate only their own ideas. … more
Dear Editor: Your readers in the Powell community need to realize the magnitude of your Powell Panthers tennis team capturing their first All-Class State Tennis Championship this past September. … more
Dear Editor: I shared Pat Stuart’s Nov. 14 opinion entitled “On citizens and consciences,” plus my responsive Nov. 19 letter to the editor, with my friend residing in Turkey. … more
Dear Editor: What a delight it was to read the essay on the Opinion Page on Tuesday, Nov. 19, entitled “My one and only,” written by Westside fifth-grader, Madisynn Valdez. Her story … more
Dear Editor: I read the “Citizenship and Consciences” column in the Nov. 14 edition of the Powell Tribune more than once and eagerly began researching some supplemental information … more
Dear Editor: I encourage the citizens of Wyoming to contact the Legislature and voice their concerns over the transportation and storage of nuclear waste in our great state. No amount of revenue … more
Dear Editor: This is a reminder for people out there that in Wyoming, bicycles are considered vehicles and have equal access to the roadway. On the way to the Cody-Powell football game Friday … more
Dear Editor: I don’t know if this warrants a letter to the editor or not, but I was impressed. I live on a low-traffic dead-end street, so I normally don’t get Halloween trick or treat … more
Dear Editor: “To the Republic for which it stands ...” In the last 2 1/2 years, President Donald Trump has accomplished many amazing things. • He passed the historic tax … more
Dear Editor: Efforts to expand oil and gas leasing on public lands, even on lands that are unlikely to produce oil and gas, threaten our state’s outdoor recreation industry and quality of … more
Dear Editor: My thanks to the Rosewood Corporation for welcoming me to Wyoming! The purpose of this letter is simply to clarify some of my points raised by Brad and Mary Lou Cummings regarding my … more
Dear Editor: Wyoming Wildlife Advocates guest columnist Kristin Combs was wrong in criticizing Gov. Mark Gordon for speaking about grizzly bear management practices. He is, after all, in charge of … more
Dear Editor: Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. His servants also disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Pete Buttigieg is a sexually immoral man who quotes scripture and … more
Dear Editor: Once again a politician, our governor, is treating us as a collection of village idiots. It is the clown act that we as a country have become so good at falling for, and it works. All … more
Dear Editor: I feel as if your front-page story of Oct. 29 was written just for me; a metaphorical health-check, if you will. Thank you for your concern. I want to assure you I’m still here, … more
To Cedarwood Subdivision residents: I would like to first of all welcome Mr. Donald Seagreaves  to the City of Powell,  having recently moved here from out of state, and assure him that … more
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