Opinion: Postal Service undermines customers’ faith

By Gaynelle Johnson and Arden Stabs – May 9, 2015 As retirees of the U.S. Postal Service in Duluth, we feel it’s important postal customers are informed about the recent closure of the Duluth mail processing plant. We remain well-connected, and it appears to us there was a haphazard plan — at best — for…

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Patrons plead for Careywood, Idaho post office

By Keith Kinnaird – March 21, 2015 CAREYWOOD – The Postal Regulatory Commission is taking up an appeal of the U.S. Postal Service’s plan to close the Careywood Post Office. The commission posted the appeal to its website on Thursday. Under federal law, the commission is required to issue its decision within the next six…

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Don’t Mess with Package Delivery, Say USPS Customers

WASHINGTON – As more Americans come to understand more about the operations of the U.S. Postal Service and its increasingly dire financial predicament, they are willing to let some services that the agency provides slip. Just don’t mess with package delivery. That was one of the takeaways from a recent series of focus groups the…

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