Letters to the Editor
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To the Editor: I think your readers and the voters in Park County would appreciate knowing the facts about the new statewide lodging tax that will be imposed Jan. 1, 2021. Historically, the … more
Dear Editor: Just wanted to let the south side of town know that they are trying to put a slaughterhouse in over by Keele Sanitation. It’s going to be right next to my house, but I thought … more
Dear Editor: Hunting, fishing, and trapping are accepted activities—sports, if you will—in Wyoming. That fact was, is, and will forever be, by constitutional mandate in Wyoming. … more
Dear Editor: I have become more and more perplexed, the older I become, in the role women should assume when they encounter mistreatment in a professional environment. In recent weeks, state Sen. … more
Dear Editor: Like hundreds of other students, I was privileged to first get to know Merav Ben-David while a student at the University of Wyoming over 18 years ago. Even then, she was one of the … more
Dear Editor: Park County commissioners need to learn how to budget monthly. As a former commissioner (2009-2012), I would like to speak to the requested additional 1% sales tax that has been … more
Dear Editor: We would like to express our appreciation to the City of Powell, the Moyer Foundation, Park County Rec and any others responsible for the renovation of the Westside tennis courts. The … more
Dear Editor: Do we really need to amend the Wyoming State Constitution? There are already three items on the Park County general election ballot asking the voters to approve the raising of … more
Dear Editor: I am writing in response to Mr. David Kiester’s Sept. 29 letter to the editor, entitled “Government must do better before getting more taxes.” First, I must say … more
Dear Editor: I have lived in Powell for 37 years and have always thought that Powell folks are among the kindest people on the planet. We hold fundraisers for people who are faced with … more
Dear Editor: So, the county has slipped in the 1% sales tax again on the ballot without much advertising and justification. Maybe because of COVID we would not notice as much. Every other parts of … more
Dear Editor: Recently there has been a fast-talking advertisement on local radio, promoting the legalization of pari-mutuel betting in Park County. The advertisement never identifies who is … more
Dear Editor: How polarized is the United States? Think of family members, friends and associates with whom you are unable to discuss political subjects. Do you avoid listening to viewpoints you … more
Dear Editor: In the latest example of nonsensical utterings by a member of the current presidential administration, I heard Attorney General William Barr proclaim last week that measures put in … more
Dear Editor: I mailed a birthday card to my daughter in Maryland (postmarked Aug. 24 in Casper). She received the card Sept. 16. Happy belated belated birthday. Unfortunately, that’s not the … more
Dear Editor: I’d like to add a PS to Janet Kelleher’s letter in the Sept. 10 Tribune about something I’ve not heard expressed by anyone yet; I think it is fundamental to the … more
Dear Editor: Racism is real. It is a sin. It will send one to hell as quick as any other sin. But systemic racism is another matter. I just read another article recently about how law … more
Dear Editor: I am writing in regard to responses to Becky French’s recent letter to the editor. After reading his letter, I am quite thankful that Morgan Tyree, also isn’t a college … more
Dear Editor: Thank God Becky French isn’t a college president. No, Becky, eliminating systemic racism (and racism in general) isn’t just the politically correct thing to do these … more
Dear Editor: Becky French’s lament that “if you’re a white person you can never again take pride in your own hard work and accomplishments” is a common logical fallacy, … more
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