Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: Last month, the Wyoming House of Representatives killed an amendment that would have reinstated a national youth survey here in Wyoming. The Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) provides … more
Dear Editor: As the Wyoming Legislature is in full swing, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) believes our lawmakers have more to do in the prevention of tobacco. ACS CAN … more
Dear Editor: We all know the county commissioners have a tough job, but yet another planning process? Yikes! How many planning processes do the people of Park County have to suffer through? … more
Dear Editor: I believe we are lucky to have the number of active citizens among us here in Powell who look after each other. Furthermore, we are certainly fortunate to be associated with a … more
Dear Editor: We live in a time where vast quantities of information are available instantly to the masses. We replace actual experiences with virtual recreations, and become impatient with the … more
Dear Editor: Christian definition: Christlike, or followers of Christ. God said in a booming voice to some apostles in Matthew 17:5, “This is My Son listen to him.” And Jesus said … more
Dear Editor: In support of Gov. Mark Gordon’s call for climate action, I want to draw attention to a remarkable document on climate change and national security. Sixty-four senior U.S. … more
Dear Editor: “Kudos” to Donna Sullivan’s letter to the editor in the Tribune’s Feb. 6 edition. Being a family survivor, police officers have a special place in my heart … more
Dear Editor: I hope you read the post from our own officer Matt Brilakis in Tuesday’s Powell Tribune. If you didn’t, I would highly recommend you find a paper or read it online. We … more
Dear Editor: It’s time to step up and protect Wyoming’s Big Game Migration Corridors. We have long known the importance of winter and summer range, and now we must recognize the third … more
Dear Editor: This letter is in response to two loosely related articles in the Jan. 28, Powell Tribune. First, you reported Gov. Mark Gordon’s agreement that “climate change is the … more
Dear Editor: People in Powell want to know why there was no news before Uinta County sold the land for one of President Trump’s Detention Camps. Because of the hard work of the people who … more
Dear Editor: This is National Physician Anesthesiologists Week, a great time to recognize the Wyoming doctors who apply over 12 years of school and 12,000 to 16,000 hours of clinical training to … more
Dear Editor: The Powell Aquatic Center lazy river was drained and dry on Monday at the Powell Aquatic Center. I obviously could not enjoy those sections and the warmer water because someone … more
Dear Editor: On the same day Liz Cheney announced her re-election bid for the House of Representatives, in order to “fight Nancy Pelosi and the socialist Democrats,” I read in your … more
Dear Editor: I met Yellowstone Superintendent Mike Finley in his office located at the northwest corner on the first floor of the park’s Administration Building in June of 1996 to discuss … more
Dear Editor: President Trump has a plan to kick 3 million people off food stamps. Trump and his enablers continue to shaft the American people, including millions of their own supporters, while … more
Dear Editor: As of now, our Wyoming legislators have approved the construction of an ICE detention center in Uinta County. It is our responsibility as Wyoming citizens to prevent this moving … more
Dear Editor: Interesting that on the editorial page 12-5-19 was a guest opinion on “Heeding the Revenue Warnings in Governor Gordon’s Budget” placed next to Pat Stuart’s … more
Dear Editor: The calls came from New England, Arizona and Colorado. Besides Wyoming, these are places I have relatives and friends. These people know at least a little about my background. The … more
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