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It’s the bee’s knees

I was in the garden planting pollinator flowers when a bee kept buzzing around my head. Its tiny body was energetically bustling through the air, searching for nectar from the perfect flower.

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A history of the Seneca Fire Department

For almost the first 50 years of Seneca’s existence, the city had no official fire department. From the town’s beginnings in 1873 to the mid-1920s, every fire in the city was fought by volunteers and bucket brigades.

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