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Joe Biden turned the mid-East crisis into the worst foreign policy disaster in U.S, history. He turned down a chance to put our troops in charge of guarding the Kabul Airport. The result, a suicide … more
I am voting for, and endorsing, Jason Flemma for Oneida County Family Court judge. I have known Jason for a long time and have watched him work with diligence toward his goals. His morals and … more
Jason Flemma has an in-depth understanding of the priorities of Family Court. The main role of a Family Court judge is to listen and be the impartial fact finder involving families and children. The … more
Good-bye Andrew Cuomo. Welcome and congratulations to Gov. Kathy Hochul for being the first woman governor of New York. I’m optimistic that for the first time in many years we can have a governor … more
Jason Flemma has an in-depth understanding of the priorities of Family Court. The main role of a Family Court judge is to listen and be the impartial fact finder involving families and children, … more
Let’s talk about the elephant in the room — Staley Elementary School. Let’s go back the six-odd decades or so when it was in the planning and site selection stages. When the current site won … more
Being a good citizen in the United States of America takes work. We must listen to and analyze persons for office by their qualifications and judgment. This takes some time and thought process on our … more
John P. Amodio, Utica, submitted the following letter sent to Marines by Gen. David H. Berger, commandant of the Marine Corps, and Sgt. Maj. Troy E., Black, sergeant major of the Marine Corps. He … more
We have, as a country, committed a great sin against the people of Afghanistan. By leaving Afghanistan, we have allowed evil to thrive there. The domination of the people, the lack of freedom, the … more
Joe Biden’s eight months in office can best be described as a misfortune. He canceled the Keystone XL pipeline. Now he’s begging the Mullahs to increase oil and gas production. His open border … more
There was an AP article in the Sentinel’s Aug. 19 edition about a museum in Hennings, Tennessee, that was featuring Alex Haley and his famous book, “Roots.”  I was sorry to see that there … more
Women of Rome: Did you vote in the last local, state or federal election whether you liked the outcome or not? If your answer is yes then your thanks should go to the suffragette women who were … more
A recent writer to the Sentinel asked “when has a gun ever killed someone?” The question is not when a gun, “an inanimate object” has ever killed anyone, but rather when has anyone ever … more
Thank you. Thank you for supplying our town with a great newspaper. Your commitment to local news and sports should not be taken for granted. While other area papers are contracting and are merely a … more
After eight months of errors and omissions, it’s obvious Joe Biden is incapable of holding the highest office in the land. His failures will leave a scar on our republic for decades. Donald Trump, … more
During the Great Depression, James Braddock, unemployed, was forced to go to the Relief (Welfare) Office to get money to feed his family. On June 13, 1935, “Gentleman” Jim Braddock won the … more
My husband and I traveled to Rome in mid-June to visit my son, Alex, who is working at the Air Force Research Lab this summer. We spent four days in Rome, and then traveled to Boston for four days. … more
After leaving work Saturday afternoon, I discovered I had a tire going flat. At the Lake Delta Volunteer Fire Department firehouse, I found Paul Taylor, owner and operator of AmCare Ambulance. He … more
I’m so glad that Donald Trump is no longer president. So much has happened since he left office. Our border which was under control is now wide open. We’ve gone from energy independence and … more
As local pediatricians, we continue to see firsthand the detrimental effects of the COVID-19 virus on children and their families. In our offices, we have treated patients who are sick with COVID … more
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