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The area’s “other newspaper” included a headline that Brandon Williams is leading Francis Conole in the race for Congress. People, please. For once, let’s not revert to our corners, voting … more
Just a few weeks ago, Brad Moses overdosed on a combination of illegal opioids and marijuana, but he still wants you to elect him Madison County judge. more
I’m a retired teacher who taught children to read, a skill they needed to gain a knowledge of factual history, and science and to become independent critical thinkers. The ability to read opens the … more
As we get closer to Trump’s likely indictment on removing and retaining national security documents from the White House, it is important to make a distinction between his mishandling of classified … more
The Left is doing whatever they can along with the media to save the failed Biden presidency. They move the goalposts every chance they get and smear Republicans on every level as extremists and … more
As mid-term elections approach, honesty and integrity are on the Republican chopping block. The Republican Party and most of their candidates stand for the Big Lie of election fraud, support … more
In a recent TV ad for our local congressional seat, Democrat Francis Conole tells the story of his father who lost his job at Carrier Corp. when, according to Conole, the company outsourced the work … more
As the general election approaches, I think about the needs of our community and our nation. Most importantly, we need to protect our basic constitutional right to vote and ensure election security … more
I am very interested in what happens in Rome, NY. I was a young man in the 1970s, and I remember a city planner saying, “We have the money. Use it or lose it!” In regards to the two parking … more
Recently, the community and the administration discussed the problems concerning robberies and “bail reform.” I would like to weigh in a bit where there was no mention.  At the beginning of the … more
I’m voting for Francis Conole for Congress and I ask you to do the same. Like many, I have frustrations with our two-party system; this is the first time I’m voting only for Democratic … more
Polish American Heritage Month is an annual event celebrated in October by Polish American communities. It was first celebrated in 1981 after organization by Michael Blichasz, president of the Polish … more
On Sept. 20, we all have a chance to make a difference in our community. more
Annually, the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) recognizes September as National Voter Registration Month. This month highlights the tremendous significance of voter participation … more
The United States reached a milestone at the end of August that may have escaped many people’s attention. According to a Gallup poll, more Americans admitted to smoking marijuana than puffing on … more
Suicide is a tragedy, regardless of the circumstances. In the vast majority of cases, it is a preventable tragedy. September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. If you or someone you know is … more
In response to a previous letter. The author fails to mention a handful of relevant information. more
I read with interest Patricia Evans’ letter in Thursday’s Sentinel concerning the purchase of weapons and ammo for various government agencies While factual to the extent that the purchases were … more
Our entire region should be pleased at the Oneida Indian Nation’s plans for the largest expansion and financial reinvestment at Turning Stone Resort Casino in the last 20 years. more
Can you believe this? As if we don’t have enough to worry about with these Marxists in deep state Washington, D.C., now we learn they are creating a standing army. All the while telling us we … more
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