Letters to the Editor
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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
Dear Editor: As a light-skinned fellow, I’m wondering when I will be ordered to pin a scarlet letter to my shirt, marking me as a sho-nuff, natural born white supremacist and Simon Legree … more
Dear Editor: As a non-Republican, I am trying to understand how a “RINO” is determined. I grew up in a Republican household; my folks were big fans of Sen. Everett Dirksen’s … more
Dear Editor: I find it quite funny that people have forgotten the long ago election of Trump in 2016. Temper tantrums, especially by Hillary Clinton, were the norm. Rioting did occur. The Donald … more
Dear Editor: The impeachment “trial” of President Trump will prove interesting, even though the Constitution clearly states that the purpose of impeachment is to remove a sitting … more
Dear Editor: I found your newspaper opinion of Jan. 28 quite disingenuous. You make a point of specific instances of people who have not worn masks as “examples of the astounding amounts … more
Dear Editor: As former legislators of the State of Wyoming, we still take a keen interest in what is happening in the politics of Wyoming. We jointly raise our voices in concern regarding what is … more
Dear Editor: If I see a 3-year-old throw a temper tantrum because he wasn’t allowed to eat all his Christmas candy in one sitting, I might find it funny. But when thousands of armed adults … more
Dear Editor: Are we Americans? What is wrong with the pictures we all saw on TV, our phones, or the internet of the assault on our nation’s Capitol? We are a nation governed by rules and … more
Dear Editor: It appears that our elected representatives are once again ignoring the wishes of their constituents. We already voted against increases in taxes on both local and state levels. What … more
Dear Editor: The Jan. 21 story titled, “Northwest College ponders what it wants in a new president” caught my attention. I really like that the search committee for a new president … more
Dear Editor: President Donald Trump now has the dubious distinction of being the only president to have been impeached twice, this time for “incitement of insurrection.” There was no … more
Dear Editor: David Hoffman and Liz Cheney watch too much CNN and their ilk as they accuse President Trump of “inciting an insurrection.” Yet the quote they are hanging their hats on is … more
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