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Is the proverbial pony of Pony Express fame finally dead, taken out and trucked off to the glue factory? It’s a question that seems to trot ever closer to being answered with each postal rate hike by the U.S. Postal Service and every tale of an...
I live on G Street in Brawley and I have noticed for quite some time that one of my neighbors, who works for the U.S. Postal Service as a mail carrier, drives his government vehicle home twice a day and stays there for up to half an hour. I got suspicious...
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Neighborhood House, operations managerOn May 12, the National Association of Letter Carriers held its 20th annual Stamp Out Hunger National Food Drive. It is the nation’s largest one-day food drive. The goal is to provide food to pantries and shelters for needy families. The Calexico...
The U.S. Postal Service has no choice but to make a major change in direction. With so many people using e-mail for personal correspondence, so many people using the Internet to pay bills and so many people using private mail services for special...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterThe U.S. Postal Service announced this week that there’s a proposal to change First-Class Mail from an overnight service to a two- to three-day standard. Local Postmaster Karen Boggs underscored that at this point, it’s only a proposal and...
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Staff WriterFor 13 years, retired Redlands school teacher Diana Holly has tried to have a commemorative stamp issued honoring slain DEA Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena’s life, and until recently, she had nearly given up hope. Holly recently...
I have been pondering, why businesses like Imperial Irrigation District and Employment Development Department pay 35 cents while I get to pay 44 cents to mail a letter or bill? I find it odd, why the special treatment or preference for their mail versus...
Since 1901, Annapolis residents and downtown workers have been dropping off letters and buying stamps at the brick Georgian Revival-style post office on Church Circle. But not for much longer. A vote by the state's Board of Public Works on Wednesday...
ReutersBy Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES, May 16 (Reuters) - Los Angeles has earned the dubious distinction for the second year in a row as the U.S. city with the most dog attacks on mail carriers, the U.S. Postal Service said. California's biggest city accounted...
RedEyeThe likelihood of a person being bitten by a dog in Illinois is pretty high according to an American Veterinary Medical Association report. In conjunction with National Dog Bite Prevention Week--which is May 19 through 25--the AMCA, along with the U.S....
As a partner in National Dog Bite Prevention Week, the United States Postal Service released its 2012 U.S. Postal Service Dog Attack City Rankings, ranking Indiana as #7 for attacks of postal workers. To help reduce the number of dog bites across...
Sometimes when dog bites man, it is news. The United States Postal Service released Wednesday its "top dog attack city rankings" with a "most vicious" Los Angeles topping the list. The City of Angels saw 69 dog attacks on postal employees in the...
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