Letters to the editor
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Dear editor, Joe’s documentary of his recent trip to Wyoming and the Tetons demonstrates his eye for beautifully composed and exposed photographs. It was almost (but not quite) as good as … more
Dear editor, In response to the editorial in the Oct. 23 issue of the Enterprise. More often than not, when the gambling issue is discussed, it is in terms of all of the money that casinos … more
Dear editor, I am very concerned about what happened in Michigan the other day. A right-wing militia group had planned to kidnap and murder the governor. I hold Donald Trump directly … more
Dear editor, In your editorial on solar farms and talking about the amount of land that will be used, you state “A typical family farm is 80 acres.” I doubt that you can find two … more
To the concerned citizens of Washington County: From the view of a natural resource scientist, the opposition raised from residents in Washington County against the solar panel installation … more
Dear editor, The portion of the Washington County’s property taxes requested to fund county operations is out of control. The County’s property tax portion has increased an average of … more
Dear editor, A beautifully-written commentary by Burke Petersen was published in the Tuesday, Sept. 29, issue of the Pilot-Tribune. If you missed it, do yourself a favor and check it … more
Dear editor, In the past several days and weeks, messages coming out of Washington through various media should seem profoundly unsettling — that being the notion that our very election is … more
Dear editor, The article about legality of CBD in last Friday’s Enterprise (Sept. 11) brought into focus the confusing, ambiguous laws around this product of hemp, which is a type of marijuana. … more
Dear editor, I read with interest the article in (the Sept. 1) Pilot-Tribune concerning the Optimist Club honoring our valued first responders. I was also very pleased that they used the … more
Dear editor, I am in agreement with Michael Smith's letter in August 28 Enterprise. Evidently, the Blair Airport Authority believes it can raise taxes on the premise that normal operating … more
It is a sad reality that we, Washington County Chamber Board of Directors, canceled the Sugarplum 2020 event. Many businesses and individuals contribute to make this magical event happen every … more
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