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The county and Oneida Indian Nation should be applauded for working cooperatively in the battle against COVID-19. The two are partnering to host a COVID-19 vaccine distribution site — part of a … more
An unhappy anniversary soon will pop up on our calendars as a year with COVID rolls around. The ramifications have changed everything from our attire to our attitudes. We wear face masks, avoid … more
We were perusing some out-of-town newspapers and picked up this editorial tidbit that we thought might interest local readers too. The Press of Johnson City, Tenn., described a way to lower … more
A year ago, many states, including New York, threw a lifeline to struggling restaurants by temporarily allowing the sale of curbside cocktails. Rules varied. Alcohol sales can make or break … more
An Arctic blast that swept into Texas and other parts of the Deep South is something everyone, including those of us who live up North and are more accustomed to wintry weather, should take … more
Last year at this time, Mardi Gras celebrations proceeded as planned in New Orleans, and within a few weeks, the city’s mayor came under fire for the decision after cases of coronavirus infection … more
What was striking about the impeachment trial was it had less to do with the person in the dock and more to do with power, greed, process, control, and how much you matter. Power—Democrats and … more
Peak stupid is not letting people get back to work when you have protected the most vulnerable, created a regimen for those others who do fall ill, and keeping all other Americans out of work will … more
Our neighbors in Massachusetts have taken a bold step and selected an official state dinosaur. New York State, alas, lags in this field. We have a state animal (beaver), beverage (milk), fruit … more
Top Democratic election lawyer Marc Elias argues a different position than during the presidential election. Ballot irregularities in the Brindisi-Tenney election now concern him. Brindisi’s … more
What’s yellow and long with wheels, has a flashing light atop the roof in the rear and can be seen on most roads twice a day carrying a cargo more precious than all the gold on the planet? The … more
February is Black History Month, a period that reflects on the tapestry presented by Black families and the role they have played in the African American experience. “The Black Family: … more
 Winter weather often leaves home heating systems working overtime to push back the cold. That means some area residents will turn to auxiliary heaters to help keep warm. If you are one of these … more
Super Bowl Sunday brings together things that many of us love: Football, food, drinks, friends and sportsmanship. Many of us are excited for Super Bowl LV, which will be played on Sunday. We are … more
Corporate media dutifully reported House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Articles of Impeachment accusing President Donald Trump of “willfully inciting violence against the Government of the United … more
With the holiday season over, and we all find ourselves with maybe a bit more time on our hands, it’s time to think of how we can give back to our communities while filling our mid-winter days. … more
More than 50 years ago, we collaborated with a few other teenagers to build a three-point suspension hydroplane out of nothing but plywood, plans, an empty garage, and a warm Rome summer. Someone … more
In her look at the year past and the year ahead on Wednesday, some may say that Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo gave too rosy an assessment of the bleak year that was 2020 and the coming hopes of 2021. … more
Perhaps lost in the shuffle of this week’s news is a “small item” regarding the Federal Aviation Administration’s decision to allow operators to fly small unmanned aerial systems (drones) … more
You may not be interested in collectivism, but collectivists are reforming you to comply with their controlling vision. Educationist planners see “Epistemically Secure Society” (ESS) as a … more
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