Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: A few years ago a local farmer planted his crops and became very sick before he could harvest them. His neighbors stepped up and got his crops in, simply because you watch out for … more
Dear Editor: Do any of our county commissioners actually live in Powell? I really doubt it. If Powell was their hometown, they would be fighting madly to keep the horror of a slaughterhouse out of … more
Dear Editor: If there is even a remote possibility that there was enough election fraud foisted upon the presidential election to affect the outcome of the election, I believe Americans should be … more
Dear Editor: January 2021 will mark the Wyoming Cowboy Challenge Academy’s 15th year as part of the Wyoming community — and it might be its last thanks to the state’s ongoing … more
Dear Editor: I am thankful, like many, for not buying into the panic. Per the CDC death counts, from March 15 to Sept. 19, the U.S. experienced 200,000 deaths due to COVID-19 and 1.5 million … more
Dear Editor: Regarding COVID, it’s very important that both perspective and accuracy be included in reporting, otherwise people will unnecessarily be frightened and as a result bad policy … more
Dear Editor: On Nov. 6 at the Powell/Cody football game, we in the crowd witnessed some amazing shows of love. The first was at halftime. Our Powell band could not be at the game, but … more
Dear Editor: Congratulations. This newspaper effectively has joined the ignoble ranks of the fake news establishment. Nice work, Tribune. I refer of course to the somewhat confusing editorial … more
To my fellow citizens: Political trust is the lubricant oil that keeps the sprawling and complex engine of democracy running. That means trust in the kind of system we have: a representative … more
Dear Editor: I’m writing in response to Tim Waters’ one bad apple letter. He talked about people getting locked up and given long sentences for petty or victimless crimes. I’m … more
Dear Editor: Just letting the hotels and Pizza Hut know how bad it’s going to smell being across the street from a slaughterhouse. Also everyone down wind on the south side of town. I am … more
Dear Editor: How very interesting, fascinating really. Powell’s city council in a desire for revenue, seeks to introduce an animal slaughterhouse in south Powell. Across the tracks, … more
Dear Editor: Anthropology and archeology have adventurous flavors that I still remember, from my experiences as an undergraduate; even after so many years since graduating from the University of … more
Dear Editor: Those of us who live, work and play in Park County know that this great state of Wyoming is a “live and let live” state. We are a “fence out” state. We open … more
Dear Editor: Honeybee Democracy is a great book. When a hive swarms, a hundred independent-minded worker bees, scouts, head out to inspect and consider new homes. The scouts return to the swarm to … more
Dear Editor: Thank you for publishing this letter I have written to Gov. Mark Gordon. The personal cost of COVID-19 has become too high. Here’s why and this is what has happened to my … more
Dear Editor: Don’t know who Tim Waters is (letter to editor, Oct. 27), but I suspect that his inane commentary about law enforcement officers is based on goofy information. As an actual … more
Dear Editor: Do you ever wonder why some people hate the police? Well I can understand why they do. In my life I’ve seen five types of law enforcement officers: First are the ones only … more
Dear Editor: The Tuesday, Oct. 20 edition of the Cody Enterprise carried a news story entitled “This is not acceptable here.” Inside this story was a report about Rep. Sandy Newsome, … more
Dear Editor: Just wanted to reply to Suzanne Luhr’s letter to the editor on Oct. 13 on trapping. She states that regulations are virtually nonexistent, that the Game and Fish … more
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