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Truth, justice, and the American way. Remember that phrase from the old Superman series? We have fallen far from those days, but there are positive trends evident. Alex Jones of InfoWars, probably … more
Area senior citizens will see a larger than normal cost-of-living adjustment in their Social Security retirement and disability benefits in 2023. The 8.7 percent increase comes at a critical time … more
Conservatives are for bringing in new immigrants especially the ones that have been vetted for infectious diseases and criminal records. The US government has policies and procedures to do this. They … more
I have decided to finally take a stand. Congressman Chris Jacobs (Republican, Buffalo), moved by the TOP’S Market slaying of 10 people in his congressional district, and the Uvalde, TX school … more
My name is Tim Giffune, and I played football at New Hartford high school in the 1970s. In 1972 we played RFA at our field, and I know we were undefeated at the time and ranked high in the state as … more
Election Day on Nov. 8 is almost here. The League of Women Voters of the Utica/Rome Metro Area wants to take this opportunity to reassure voters that New York State elections are secure and reliable. … more
I read with interest the article about the Mathletics competitors in Tuesday’s (October 18) Daily Sentinel. It’s refreshing to see a positive article about today’s high school students who are … more
In Seattle 2006 a bunch of scientists began their work at a government lab on the Vanadium Rebox Flow Battery, the size of a refrigerator and capable of charging and recharging for 30 years. It took … more
I’m voting for Francis Conole in the midterm election. You might ask “Why?” Francis is pro-women’s healthcare and a supporter of reproductive choice. His opponent labels the disastrous Dobbs … more
Brandon Williams, the Republican candidate for Congress (22nd District), strongly supports former President Trump. There are well over 200 such candidates for various offices across the country who … more
Effective, sound management requires a bridge builder who has the knowledge, skills, and leadership qualities to create productive relationships. more
On election day, one of the important choices for Central New York voters to make will be the election of Supreme Court judges. more
But as God is my witness, vote straight Republican except for Jim Scarchilli, who is running for sheriff as an independent. This is the only way we can take our beautiful country and county back. I … more
The strategy of the Democratic party is to use the abortion issue to get its candidates elected to Congress.  That is why their political advertising falsely insinuates that congressmen can pass … more
I write to ask for support for Julie Grow Denton, candidate for state Supreme Court justice. I was one of Julie’s English teachers at Rome Free Academy. I have taught many students over the … more
I write to urge all voters to cast their ballot for Julie Grow Denton for NYS Supreme Court justice this November. Julie grew up in Rome, graduated from Harvard Law School with honors and returned to … more
I’m a woman.  Further I’m a woman with a daughter and four granddaughters. On January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court decided that women in the United States had a fundamental right to choose … more
Oneida County needs a county clerk with experience, knowledge, energy and integrity. You will find all these characteristics in Mary Finegan. Mary has been the town clerk in Whitestown for 16 years, … more
The county clerk is an office that, though vital, is one which citizens rarely ponder. What is the role of the county clerk? Why does it matter? According to the New York State Association of … more
Julie Grow Denton is a candidate for State Supreme Court, and I urge your readers to vote for her in November. I have had the privilege of knowing Julie for more than 20 years, serving on several … more
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