Letters to the Editor
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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
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
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