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January traditionally is designated as National Mentoring Month, a time when we raise public awareness of the long-lasting benefits of connecting children to caring adult mentors who offer advice, … more
Productivity is “...getting important things done consistently.” I marvel, for example, how “productive” my mechanic is for keeping my eight-year-old car in roadworthy shape, and what would I … more
Here we go again. A waste of taxpayers dollars again. An impeachment of a man who won’t even be in office another week. I think the Democrats should take some responsibility for what happened at … more
According to the New Oxford American Dictionary: A protest is an organized public demonstration expressing strong objection to a policy or course of action adopted by those in authority. A riot is a … more
No voter irregularities? People need to “move on?” 700 legal votes for president and other offices such as state senate in Oneida County went uncounted due to improper handling by election … more
We’re experiencing our Founding Fathers’ greatest apprehension, namely demagogues who obtain power by appealing to prejudice, insecurity and fear. At the Constitutional Convention, Elbridge Gerry … more
I am a proud American Conservative. I unabashedly support the US Constitution. I do believe that there was widespread voter fraud, from voters voting in multiple states(alleged to have happened in … more
I would like to thank the city electricians and all the city employees for an outstanding job of decorating our city for the holiday season. Our city parks, streets and buildings lit up were … more
How is all that alleged voter-fraud investigation coming? The Republican petition to the Supreme Court asked the court to “toss” the electoral votes already certified for Joe Biden in 5 key … more
I disagree with the Sentinel’s 12-30-20 lead editorial: “Thoughts on collectivism.” Its following points summarize my understanding of it: Collectivists want to control compliance, including … more
As we approach the end of this year like no other, I am filled with gratitude for our community which makes helping others a priority in their lives. Commitment to service takes on added significance … more
It seems that the Mohawk Valley Water Board (MVWA) does not take into consideration any saving of water resources on the part of consumers, but instead uses tier billing to charge excessive amounts … more
I am writing you to let you know about a recent very unpleasant experience I had with Spectrum. As many families in Rome City School District know we went back to virtual learning. I am behind on my … more
When does a challenge to an election cross the line and become an attempted coup? In the past, everyone honored the sanctity of a vote, and the candidate that got the most votes won the election. We … more
This past month, the city of Rome lost a great person and a super athlete with the passing of Kevin Parker. Kevin had an infectious personality with a smile big enough to fill any room, and a heart … more
In a word telemedicine is a fraud. That’s right a fraud. Can your doctor take your blood pressure via telemed? Nope, he/she depends on you doing it right. Most people don’t know how to get a … more
A word or two about the U.S. Postal Service. Apparently, the Post Office suffers either from a lack of manpower or poor management. For some time now, I have noticed that the mail has been arriving … more
Free and fair elections are the cornerstone of our democracy. Donald J. Trump is a president who isn’t presidential but he enjoys playing one on TV. He has lost the election after years of endless … more
I am writing two compliment you on your front page article Nov. 10 shining a light on the remarkable 11-year-old who saved a seriously injured cat. I hope you see this, Jayden, because I want to say … more
I have read with interest about the city and county working on their budgets, and I would like to suggest a cost savings: Cut back on the road salt for this winter 10% or 20%. A ride around Rome will … more
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