To the editor:
Several weeks ago you changed the masthead of the Cody Enterprise from an eye-catching one to one that’s rather bland, in my opinion.
Since then you have reverted to using blue ink for its name “Cody Enterprise” but have not restored anything else. Removing both our town’s symbol – the image of The Scout by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney – and the fact that the newspaper was “Founded by Buffalo Bill in 1899” does a diservice to our history and to the fact that the Cody Enterprise is the oldest continuing business in our town.
What did you hope to achieve by removing that? They also should be restored. As the saying goes: “Dance with the one who brought you” and Buffalo Bill certainly did that.
(s) Lynn j. houze