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Lyme disease is a bacterial infection transmitted by black-legged ticks, commonly known as “deer ticks.” The bacteria is one of 16 tick-borne pathogens the Centers for Disease Control and … more
A Supreme Court stacked with partisan justices stolen by corrupt politicians has overturned Roe with their recent ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, and gutted the federal protection of … more
Have they no shame? In the article “Tenney, Stefanik blast House panel hearing” (6/11 Daily Sentinel), they deliberately misled us with false statements regarding conditions preceding and events … more
We’ve written before about the dangers of hot weather, but some more statistics have spotlighted the issue again: A hot car is no place for your babies — human or otherwise. Every summer, … more
If you’re looking for some Rome events to observe our Independence Day you don’t have to go any further than downtown. Rome Rotary Club, in partnership with Rome Historical Society, will hold its … more
I was surprised by the Cal Thomas editorial “Lock HIM up” in the June 16 Sentinel. For those not familiar with Thomas’s writing history, he is significantly “right of center” so his call … more
The Fourth of July is just around the corner, and with the holiday come picnics, cookouts and the major challenges of cooking and storing food outdoors. more
Yesterday was a good news day for tourism, not only in Oneida County but the entire Mohawk Valley. Oneida Nation Enterprises officially opened The Cove, a vacation rental destination at Sylvan Beach, … more
The 6–3 majority decision, announced Thursday, of the US Supreme Court in the case New York State Rifle and Pistol Association vs. Bruen properly affirms the Constitutional right of individual … more
Forecasters say this weekend will be a hot one, and high temperatures are dangerous not only for people who are at risk of sunstroke, heat cramps or heat exhaustion and heatstroke more
The majority opinion of the Supreme Court, in its ruling on New York’s gun law, favors the right of people to carry guns around over the right of public safety. One concludes from this ruling that … more
Getting to the bottom of fraud that occurred when local, state and federal governments leapt into action in 2020 and 2021 to provide pandemic relief is important — not only to identify those who … more
One of the gems among attractions in our area is the Western Town Library, which was founded in 1923 and to this day continues to enhance the local community with its collection of books and other … more
The American Radio Relay League, the largest membership association of amateur radio enthusiasts in the United States, will conduct the annual ARRL Field Day on Saturday and Sunday, June 25-26, … more
We wish the best of luck to All-American infielder Ryan Enos, who is heading to East Tennessee State University (ETSU) to play Division I baseball for the Bucs. This move comes after the former … more
This Father’s Day marks the end of National Men’s Health week. The goal of this week — along with the whole month of June, which is designated as Men’s Health Month — is to call attention … more
And so it begins, even before the season officially turns to summer. The temperature will rise to the 80s today, and though we may have some cool spells, we can always count on hot summer weather in … more
The Daily Sentinel’s headline on June 11th (Tenney, Stefanik blast House panel hearing) should come as no surprise. Reps. Claudia L. Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, and Elise Stefanik, R-21, … more
A well-worn trope points out a dog’s natural “enemies” for comedic effect, and has for generations. Dog vs cat; dog vs. squirrel; dog vs. mailman – the situational gags always get a laugh. … more
Two immutable facts are upon us: Summer is here and Americans will be hitting the road. more
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