American flag burned at Hillsboro, Alabama post office

By Alyssa Martin – July 26, 2016 An American flag, lit on fire and burned in broad daylight. Now investigators are looking for who did it and residents are left stunned. It happened in Hillsboro at the post office last Wednesday. “I think it’s pretty bad that someone would stoop to that level,” said a…

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Former Treasurer of South Dakota APWU gets probation for theft of $30,000

By Mark Walker – April 11, 2016 The former treasurer of the South Dakota Postal Workers Union who admitted to embezzling more than $30,000 was sentenced Monday to one year of federal probation. Susan M. Haugen was indicted on three counts of embezzlement and theft of labor union assets. She took a deal with prosecutors…

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Postmaster charged with intimidating subordinates is on leave, Postal Service says

By Jonathan D. Silver – September 22, 2015 The Pittsburgh postmaster arrested last week on charges that he threatened or intimidated four subordinates is “currently in a leave status,” the United States Postal Service has confirmed. But the postal service refused to provide any details about the leave of Daniel P. Davis, 50, of Canonsburg….

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