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Most people will say “It’s been a horrible year,” living life segregated from others. Cities became desolate as businesses were shut down. It’s time for the people to take back their lives. … more
In the coming days, members of Congress will be voting on an important piece of legislation called the For the People Act (HR1 and S1) that will modernize our democracy and take it from fragile to … more
Roll out the red carpet and do things the same way it was done in 1977 when we got the NY Penn Utica Blue Sox (eventually changed to Utica Blue Jays). At that time for many years we had the best … more
There’s been a lot of discussion on social media over the past several weeks regarding plans to demolish the building that most recently housed the Greystone Animal Hospital at 1315 Erie Blvd. West … more
I would like to commend County Executive Anthony Picente, the Oneida County Health Department, the Sheriff’s Department, the many armed forces service members, state police and all the other fine … more
Former President Donald Trump was trying to drain the swamp in Washington, D.C. He was determined to stop the government’s march toward socialism. “People will believe any lie if it is repeated … more
Claudia Tenney has won the election for NY’s 22nd Congressional District. I wish her well in D.C., for her success will be our success, although as a Democrat I will work hard to send Anthony … more
Throughout history many great nations fell into failure. Most of the fallen nations did not fall from external factors but fell from internal factors and not from external invasion. Some of the … more
The recent announcement about the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine has drawn my attention to the senior citizens in our community. Since the pandemic started, has anyone considered the fact that … more
As I was watching the inaugration on Jan. 20, I witnessed a very focused effort to show the American public our new administration’s concern for the lives of our citizens. There was a sea of … more
Stephen Waters’ lead editorial in the Saturday, Jan. 23, edition is certainly located in the correct place. It is his opinion, not fact, seemingly arrived at by a gross misinterpretation of … more
I am writing this letter in support of our County Executive Anthony Picente. Perhaps Cuomo spokesman Jack Sterne should check his facts on where seniors should get shots. When my husband and I became … more
Landlords, in New York State, if they are delinquent in paying their taxes to the municipality, after a period of three years, the municipality takes the property in lieu of taxes and evicts the … more
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
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