Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: This letter is provided to clarify, correct and respond to the misinformation outlined by Mr. David Keister in a letter to the editor dated April 6. As I stated in a past similar … more
Dear Editor: This is in response to the article in the April 1 paper about “The Plastic Problem.” The way I see it, the commissioners are helping create the problem with blowing … more
Dear Editor: On March 23, the Powell Tribune ran a notice titled “Proposed by-laws” submitted by Garland Light and Power Co. The notice was to inform the members of proposed changes to … more
Dear Editor: Easter weekend, the news of the passing of a 2-year-old child in the community rocked the Basin. Numerous folks poured forth comments on Facebook and the online forums of the local … more
Dear Editor: In response to the article “Feds may help fund more improvements to South Fork Road” dated March 30. Really? We live in a county where over half the roads are … more
Dear Editor: On March 9, the Powell Tribune reported that Gov. Mark Gordon rescinded the statewide face mask mandate and allowed most businesses to resume normal operations March 16. This decision … more
Dear Editor: Bringing esports to our NWC campus will in no way help our students no matter what you say about it. “Facing budgetary struggles” makes it harder to teach students what … more
Dear Editor: No, you didn’t hear any mention of Steven Amenhauser. Oprah didn’t say his name, Maxine Waters didn’t say his name, Joe Biden didn’t say his name. Steven … more
Dear Editor: Moving House Bill 209 to the floor finally exposes the “medical” marijuana myth. Let me explain. HB 209 is an 85 page document that, if passed, will allow full retail … more
Dear Editor: When did it become OK to threaten a public official, our public health officer? In the recent Tribune article, the coverage included quotes from those unhappy with Dr. Aaron … more
Dear Editor: That nasty four-letter word has reared its ugly head again. I respect Nate Martin’s right to express his opinion. I do not respect his reference to money managed by our … more
Dear Editor: Public land access is more important now than ever. Having hunted in a majority of the western states, public land access is a common problem for the average hunter or fisherman. Some … more
Dear Editor: Whenever I hear Gov. Mark Gordon or any other elected official use the term “personal responsibility,” I think of it as shorthand for “There are no rules. Or if … more
Dear Editor: I am tired of blue versus red being treated like a sports event. At this point I want to see what Biden and Congress will do, or if we are back to the old system where only money … more
Dear Editor: I have been teaching Spanish at Northwest College in Powell Wyoming for 18 years. I taught as an adjunct professor for 14 years before I was promoted to visiting instructor in January … more
Dear Editor: This is written in response to the Feb. 9 article describing the recent censure of Rep. Liz Cheney by the Park County Republican Party because of her vote to impeach Trump for his … more
Dear Editor: Did you ever notice how a phrase suddenly gets introduced into the public lexicon?  The latest phrase being used is the “Cult of Trump.” It is used by the left in the … more
Dear Editor: A ban on federal oil and gas leasing in Wyoming could indeed push oil and gas companies to lease and develop more state and private land eventually. Concluding that a ban on federal … more
Dear Editor: THANK YOU to all the wonderful people who have “dug” me out this past week. The neighbors, my students’ parents and strangers have been so kind to shovel my … more
Dear Editor: I was hoping to spread the word about House Bill 1. It impacts the lives of all persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and individuals with acquired brain injuries. … more
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