Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: I have been thinking a lot lately about the victims of tragedy. It’s often in and through tragedy that people find their most powerful motivation and voice to help incite change … more
Dear Editor: Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) recently announced its intent to contract with a private company to build and operate an immigration detention center in Evanston. It would … more
Dear Editor: Less than one minute. That’s all it took to kill 29 innocent people and destroy countless other lives. 249. That’s the number of mass murders in the U.S. in 2019, so far. … more
Dear Editor: The name-calling, accusations and reckless talk I hear and see in the news and on social media from everyday people all the way up to our highest leaders is disheartening and seems to … more
Dear Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank the community for the outpouring of support when the shelter was flooded due to the recent storm. Per my usual routine, I went to the … more
Dear Editor: Thank you for the editorial in the July 23 paper. In this country, everyone has the right to freedom of speech and opinions. It also seems that theTen Commandments have fallen into … more
Dear Editor: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made a common lay-person’s error the other day, equating correlation with causation in regards to the president’s Twitter attack on four female … more
Dear Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank several people who assisted us when a very large part of a huge cottonwood tree came crashing down in our backyard at 10 p.m. Saturday … more
Dear Editor: There is much more to be said for a new library, and much less need for an expensive building, $10 million estimated cost, pretexted as a collegiate student union. Powell does need a … more
Dear Editor: Like a bad penny, Cynthia Lummis returns to the public sphere, announcing her candidacy for U.S. Senate. In an apparent attempt to capture the steam-punk vote, she’s running … more
Dear Editor: I was so happy to see Richard Brady’s letter to the editor in the July 11 issue of the Powell, Tribune. He expressed what I and others have been thinking about the use of … more
Dear Powell residents: I’m certain there are many more than the 25 people in Powell who showed up in Washington Park on Friday night to show their concern about what our government is doing … more
Dear Editor: In regards to the fireworks being shot off for days before the Fourth of July: You need to ask your neighbors if they mind your little darling dogs barking all day or night, ALL YEAR … more
Dear Editor: Trust me when I say, I’m as patriotic as the next guy, and after reading your July 5 editorial on being safe and respectful with fireworks, I thought maybe things might be … more
Dear Editor: Suddenly, it appears that considerable danger exists to any plans for a new, sufficiently large Powell public library. According to the July 5 issue of the Powell Tribune, President … more
Dear Editor: I read with concern that the Park County Commissioners are proposing to cut county support to Powell Valley Recycling by half for 2019-2020 fiscal year. Powell Valley Recycling … more
Dear Honorable Park County Commissioners: I wonder what the alternative solutions might be versus simply placing recycling fiscal support on the back-burner. Maybe there are feasible ways for our … more
Dear Editor: I am writing in regards to your article concerning the “County GOP leaders resign.” It appeared to me that the resigning leader’s actions were a premeditated and … more
Dear Editor: In the 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature, Rep. Richard Tass, R-Buffalo, brought a bill to require physicians to wait 48-hours between the initial patient … more
Dear Editor: The month of May was dedicated to our Mother Mary with special attention given to her apparitions at Fatima, Portugal. Our Blessed Lady appeared for the first time to three shepherd … more
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