Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: The year of 2020 draws to its end and wishes of a less tumultuous year are issued. I am afraid we are not ready yet to lay down the pen, however. more
Dear Editor: For God so loved the world that he truly saved a wretch like me. I’m so undeserving of God’s love. I have turned my back on him time and time again in my life. Yet his … more
Dear Editor: Who are you kidding? We’re supposed to be comforted that Northwest College Interim President Lisa Watson is making only $194,000 and out-going Stefani Hicswa was making $199,000 … more
Dear Editor: Is there something wrong with this picture? Masks. Emperor Fauci announced in January that COVID-19 was unlikely to reach the United States. Next up, spreading of the virus was … more
Dear Editor: My fellow patriots, we are in a fight for the future of our country.    Jan. 6, 2021 is the date that the House of Representatives, in combination with the United States … more
Dear Editor: Quoting the Cody Enterprise issue of Dec. 10, “A letter by the state Legislators alleges in part that the four states destroyed that trust and compromised the security and … more
Dear Editor: Americans — THINK. What kind of rule would you like to live under? Our forefathers wrote (This is a government of the people, for the people, and by the people.) So we the … more
Dear Editor: Hitting an animal while driving can be traumatic and expensive. Last January, I hit a mule deer and totaled my car. The animal did not survive, however, I was glad no one else was … more
Dear Editor: Recently I witnessed an extraordinary event called the oratorical contest, sponsored by the American Legion, and was awestruck by a young man’s speech about the United States … more
Dear Editor: Park County Travel Council had over a $3 million marketing budget this year. I believe that at least 15% of the marketing budget should be spent on winter marketing directed at the … more
Dear Editor: In response to “The voters have made it clear they prefer cutting government” dated Dec. 3: Great conservative title to a very liberal article! The title sucked me in, … more
Dear Editor: Just have to disagree with a comment by Mark Jenkins in the Dec. 1 issue. He wrote in his guest column that “Cowboy State” is erroneous in that “less than 3% of the … more
Dear Editor: A few years ago a local farmer planted his crops and became very sick before he could harvest them. His neighbors stepped up and got his crops in, simply because you watch out for … more
Dear Editor: Do any of our county commissioners actually live in Powell? I really doubt it. If Powell was their hometown, they would be fighting madly to keep the horror of a slaughterhouse out of … more
Dear Editor: If there is even a remote possibility that there was enough election fraud foisted upon the presidential election to affect the outcome of the election, I believe Americans should be … more
Dear Editor: January 2021 will mark the Wyoming Cowboy Challenge Academy’s 15th year as part of the Wyoming community — and it might be its last thanks to the state’s ongoing … more
Dear Editor: I am thankful, like many, for not buying into the panic. Per the CDC death counts, from March 15 to Sept. 19, the U.S. experienced 200,000 deaths due to COVID-19 and 1.5 million … more
Dear Editor: Regarding COVID, it’s very important that both perspective and accuracy be included in reporting, otherwise people will unnecessarily be frightened and as a result bad policy … more
Dear Editor: On Nov. 6 at the Powell/Cody football game, we in the crowd witnessed some amazing shows of love. The first was at halftime. Our Powell band could not be at the game, but … more
Dear Editor: Congratulations. This newspaper effectively has joined the ignoble ranks of the fake news establishment. Nice work, Tribune. I refer of course to the somewhat confusing editorial … more
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