Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: No doubt, we’re living in some strange times. Something I never expected to see, a story in your July 28 edition: Republican lawmakers in Wyoming — that phrase bears … more
Dear Editor In regards to the article published in the July 23 Powell Tribune, sharing of the passing of Jim Hillberry, it brought many feelings — one of concern for the family as they move … more
Dear Editor: I am a born and raised Wyomingite who wants nothing more than to see our state be successful and safe for all Wyomingites. This is why I support Yana Ludwig for U.S. Senate. As a peer … more
Dear Editor: I read John Bynum’s letter to the editor. What I can’t understand is why he came down so hard on women. According to him, women aren’t equal to men. Men can have … more
Dear Editor: Wyoming Outdoorsmen would like to respond to the billboards around Cody and possibly other communities in the state, put up by the Wyoming Wildlife Advocates. While the grizzly bear … more
Dear Editor: I am grateful to the reader who responded to my letter to the editor on July 7. The reader inquired about some questions that needed a response from me. First, my grandmother was … more
Dear Editor: In response to Pastor Brian Onstead’s article on how narratives shape us, I’ve got another narrative for him. Based on the word of God, this narrative goes something like … more
Dear Editor: Have you ever gone to the polls and voted for a candidate based on something you read on online, who has the most interesting name or who had the most yard signs in the community? … more
Dear Editor: To our Powell teachers and administrators, I want to express my sincerest thanks and respect for all you’re doing and have done during this crazy time. I do not envy your … more
Dear Editor: We thought we were prepared to burn a small patch of cheat grass with several buckets full of water, a shovel and matches. As I lit the weed burner and set the grass on fire, we … more
Dear Editor: On March 13, 2020, the president of the United States declared a national emergency; Gov. Mark Gordon declared a state emergency. I cried — for Wyoming residents of nursing … more
Dear Editor: In the building where I work, wastewater drains to points below the level of the city sewers, so the waste has to be pumped out. It’s a big building, so there are five pumping … more
Dear Editor: “Love the money, but hate the country.” The U.S. money has the same pictures on it as the statues that are being torn down. Does this show true colors or what? If … more
Dear Editor: Many people today may have found themselves wondering where is God in all that is going on. In times like these I find myself looking at God’s word, where I am reassured that he … more
Dear Editor: The best way to judge a candidate is to look at their track record. In the United States Senate, Wyoming does not need an unknown quantity. Wyoming needs a senator with a track record … more
Dear Editor: First, I’d like to know what a Laramie opinion has to do with our editorial page. It may reflect the attitude of a portion of our community, but my experience sees this end of … more
Dear Editor: Under a bill that went before the state Senate in February, an  additional 3,000-plus Wyoming resident hunters would have drawn an antelope tag this year. But ... the bill, … more
Dear Editor: I have a daughter who lives in Powell and she gave me a gift subscription to the Powell Tribune. A week or so ago a guest editorial was from the Casper Star-Tribune. It outlined … more
Dear Editor: In response to Commissioner Jake Fulkerson’s statement in the June 30 paper: Park County’s quality of life need not depend on government funding. If there is a … more
Dear Editor: I can’t agree more with the title of the column “America has a history of protests.” Don Amend gave examples of a couple of protests that occurred a few hundred … more
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