Articles in Editorials
In the fall of 2013, residents near the former Kellett School building in Seneca reacted angrily and passionately to news that Seneca Light and Water was making plans to move its operation to the school building — and to the quiet residential neighborhood around it
On June 16, 1858, a candidate for the United States Senate representing Illinois quoted scripture from the Bible as he told Illinois Republican delegates at their state convention his concerns about the slavery issue dividing the United States. At that time, our nation was less than 100 years old.
In today’s Seneca City Council election, you have the opportunity to make a difference with a simple vote.