Letters to the Editor
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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
Dear Editor: In this monumental time in our beloved nation’s history when society is reflecting on the brutal murder of George Floyd in the hands of police, and trying to chart a way forward … more
Dear Editor: The road widening on North Absaroka Street that was finished up last autumn is clearly an improvement, but like many others who live on this street, I knew there’d be some … more
Dear Editor: I wonder how many readers “caught” the clever parody in the headline of the book boxes story — page 13 of June 11, 2020. “WITH LITERACY and … more
Dear Editor: How long do you suppose it will be until the social justice warriors arrive in Park County and demand that the statues and monuments honoring the “white racist” Bill Cody, … more
Dear Editor: In his guest column in the June 16 edition of the Powell Tribune, Scott Clem argues that people should be judged by their “character,” rather than by the “color of … more
Dear Editor: Great editorial on Wyoming’s financial crisis by the Casper Star-Tribune in Tuesday’s paper. But the page before tells about the school board giving a 2% raise to our … more
To the people of the great state of Wyoming: It is a shame that a citizen who aspires to public office at the state and federal level must have a significant amount of money to run for political … more
Dear Editor: I have been trying to find the words that I’ve been feeling for a week. I have failed in coming up with only a word, so now I have found two: rage and pain. Without rage and … more
Dear Editor: Election season is upon us. Now is the time for platitude-spouting purveyors of political putrescence to parade publicly. You will hear them all: No new taxes! Keep our guns! … more
Dear Editor: As the coronavirus slowly sifts its way through our community, it is becoming all too obvious that people in nursing homes, hospital workers, EMTs, police force, and anyone serving … more
Dear Editor: No one knows how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect the safety of in-person voting in the 2020 election. But we certainly know that failure to prepare now for massive mail balloting … more
Dear Editor: Our government wants us to believe that it is there to protect and serve the American people. Yet it allows corporations to promote merchandise of death like alcohol, tobacco and … more
Dear Editor: With all the world’s problems this is but a point in time. A little stream carrying red sand between walls of limestone is captured in the rising reservoir. It curls with … more
Dear Editor: Reducing the number of polling places where county residents have had the ability to vote closer to where they live is a total disenfranchisement of their voter rights. The … more
Dear Editor: Wyoming State Rep. Dan Laursen expressed his concern regarding continued growth in education funding in a May 5 Powell Tribune article. Laursen stated, “I think we have great … more
Dear Editor: I attended the Wyoming Republican Party Convention held via Zoom on May 9. After reading an article posted by the Casper Star-Tribune and as a precinct committeewoman for Park County, … more
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