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Local New York State school boards are getting too little from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute of Health as they decide how best to responsibly open schools. … more
I really considered not making this post. However, on the way to work this morning I was listening to a talk on NPR that immediately infuriated me. Susannah George of The Washington Post stated that … more
For a community our size, we are fortunate to have a highly trained professional fire department — augmented in our neighboring towns and villages by also highly trained and highly dedicated … more
We want to congratulate and wish good luck to Kelly Lubeck as she continues her battle against the effects of the COVID-19 virus. As described in today’s story by reporter Nicole A. Hawley, Lubeck … more
With Syracuse University already starting its football practices, it’s obvious that those of us who follow college football are already gearing up for a fun season. But there have been other recent … more
The CDC would do better to offer Americans clear, compelling data on COVID19 so they can decide, based on their personal circumstances, to vaccinate for the virus or not. Currently TV newsreaders … more
The buildings at the Erie Canal Village are in various states of disrepair with most, if not all, failing the city’s basic code requirements. The artifacts — those that remain salvageable and … more
Thursday’s visit to Rome by Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul is noteworthy for many reasons. Visits from leadership in Albany remain infrequent to the Mohawk Valley — compared to those in other areas of the … more
Today is Wednesday, July 28, the 209th day of 2021. There are 156 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On July 28, 1976, an earthquake devastated northern China, killing at least … more
We applaud local organizers, the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo and a host of local sponsors for pulling together this year’s Honor America Days Concert on the lawn of the … more
By Dean Ridings, CEO, America’s Newspapers The Local Journalism Sustainability Act (LJSA) was recently introduced in the House and has now been introduced in the Senate – and will benefit every … more
Plastic discs have long been on the list of America’s favorite toys. Locally, those folks who like flipping around pieces of aerodynamic plastic have a new place to play: The Bomber Disc Golf … more
The Seal of Civic Readiness is a formal recognition that a student has attained a high level of proficiency in terms of civic knowledge, civic skills, civic mindset and civic experiences. To obtain … more
Hair today, and gone on Sunday. That’s the tonsorial fate on the horizon for folks who want a haircut on a day of the week that was previously illegal for a quick trim. State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, … more
It’s that time of year. The 133rd Boonville-Oneida County Fair will be held on July 27-Aug. 1. While many fairs are getting mostly back to normal this year, it’s a good opportunity for a reminder … more
The term “ham radio enthusiast” is a redundancy. For more than 100 years now, amateur radio operators bring an enthusiasm to their pastime few hobbyists can match. Throughout the world — with … more
As the weather heats up, motorcycle enthusiasts have good reason to take to the road, but accidents suggest that motorcyclists and other motorists should be cautious in their summer travels. Last … more
Those who dismiss history hope you will, too. Let postmodern politicians play at redefining words. Let leftists claim American foundational documents are racist. Let the mainstream media babble on. … more
We’ll wave the American flag proudly on July 4th, recall those who helped make our country great, and pray for those to come who will make it better still. What we will not do is support the … more
Portrait galleries give people the opportunity to appreciate a wide variety of subjects, media, and technique. Galleries also showcase the variety of viewers. Galleries show how different tastes are. … more
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