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The New York State Education Department was sent a clear message of local opposition to its ludicrous directive to ban longtime school mascots. more
In his May 3 column, Cal Thomas exhibits a widely shared misunderstanding of our so-called national debt. more
When taxes go up, it stands to reason that landlords raise the rent. That is why residents should vote no on Tuesday, May 16, on the proposed Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school tax. more
In the May 8 edition of the Daily Sentinel’s Opinion section, there was a letter to the editor referring to the recent mass shootings in Texas and Serbia. more
Under Joe Hobika’s leadership as president of the Utica City Board of Education over the past 10 months, the district has made impressive strides toward improving education. more
As a concerned member of the Utica community, I feel compelled to express my concerns about the candidacy of Sue Arcuri for the Utica School Board. more
Since his death last week at age 88, Norman “Nonnie” Pensero, a popular coach and youth mentor, has been mourned — and remembered as a graceful athlete and fierce competitor. more
To understand how we got into our current debt limit debacle, you have to look back at government spending and revenue over the last 30 years. We had a tremendous amount of debt after World War II … more
Across the nation, hundreds of thousands of nursing home residents have been plunged into a bitter plight — driven into poverty to pay for nursing home care. more
May is Mental Health Month. As part of this national campaign by mental health practitioners and advocates to fight potential stigmas and barriers to mental health. more
Can solar energy deliver an abundant, reliable, affordable, and environmentally benign energy future for New York? This is still a matter of debate for many. more
Wow. April is going by fast. On April 5, I was invited to attend Oneida County State of the County Address by County Executive Anthony J Picente Jr. more
College students across the region are close to being able to breathe a sigh of relief. more
Most Republicans in Congress have lost any sense of integrity.   more
Kelberman is the leading provider of autism services for children, adults and families in the Mohawk Valley and Central New York. more
Now officials with the New York State Department of Education have declared that the use of the term “Indian” can become a barrier to building a safe, and nurturing school community and improving academic achievement for all students. more
Republicans in Washington are playing chicken with our economy and well-being for no good reason. The debt limit is an anachronism from the gold standard, which effectively ended in 1934. Yet, the … more
A recent article in a national newspaper asked, “Inflation is falling. Why aren’t people noticing?”  We have, in fact, had some good news on inflation recently.  In March, the cost of … more
It was difficult in the past few weeks to witness the mass shootings at a Nashville schoolhouse and a Louisville bank. more
The designating of months to raise awareness has increasingly become fashionable in recent years. Did you know April is National Frog Month? more
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