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They could be your next-door neighbor, or a complete stranger. They could be farmers, office workers or crews from the local public works departments. They are volunteer firefighters. RecruitNY … more
WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden was lambasted for declaring in his speech in Warsaw on Saturday that Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power.” But the efforts of White House … more
WASHINGTON -- How do you solve a problem like Virginia? Answer: It’s almost impossible, but the chief justice should try. Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence … more
The sounds of spring are returning after a long winter. Among them — the robins’ trill, the honks of the geese flying north — comes the the jaw-clacking crunch of car wheels in a pothole. We … more
President Biden’s speech from Warsaw Saturday night, reminded me of two previous presidents who delivered speeches confronting the autocracy that was then the Soviet Union and is now Russia, led by … more
This isn’t the U.S. Senate. It’s more like day care. The usual circus we’ve come to expect from Supreme Court confirmation hearings devolved this week into something less grown-up and more, … more
While the issue of flavored milk being served in schools might be trivial to someone like New York City Mayor Eric Adams, it is anything but that for dairy farmers here in the 21st Congressional … more
On behalf of 14 libraries located in Herkimer and Oneida counties, I am expressing my appreciation to the Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties for its recent grants to libraries. … more
We’re well into spring break. It’s party time, and drugs and alcohol are front and center at the hot spots where college students congregate. The Miami Herald reported that with 10 local drug … more
“Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman.” U.S. Supreme Court … more
A letter to the editor in last Saturday’s Daily Sentinel asks what danger an indoor shooting range in an urban neighborhood poses, and suggests that anyone objecting to such a facility is trying to … more
As an NRA certified instructor, after reading the article in the Daily Sentinel about an ordinance proposed by Utica Councilwoman Celeste Friend, I find it is clear Ms. Friend doesn’t know anything … more
It seems comical but more pathetic that former disgraced governor Andrew Cuomo is running ads touting his innocence in his multiple sex scandals. It’s as if he’s proclaiming,”I beat the rap. Do … more
Wednesday morning I watched the President of Ukraine, President Zelenskyy, through video conference, speak to our Congress. I was deeply moved and pondered, what is our role, as a great nation, the … more
Good people, fellow Americans — Ukraine might seem to us like a far-off distant place; its people, language, and customs may differ from ours.  But the Ukrainian people are our brothers and … more
This is in response to Rep. Elise Stefanik’s degrading, belittling words about our president in the Daily Sentinel on Feb. 25. How comforting to know that young adults of our next generation could … more
Today is Tuesday, March 15, the 74th day of 2022. There are 291 days left in the year. Today in History On March 15, 44 B.C., Roman dictator Julius Caesar was assassinated by a group of nobles that … more
(March 11) Lufkin (Texas) Daily News on daylight savings time: Body Clock Shock: As bad as it is for our health, it’s time once again to ‘spring forward’ and lose an hour of sleep. People in … more
With the increased attention on activities happening in Ukraine, and the recent attack on the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, I would like to take a moment to reassure residents about the … more
March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. The Cancer Services Program (CSP) of the Central Region is pleased to share that we now offer free colorectal cancer screening at age 45, instead of 50. … more
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