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September 13, 2011 Nearly a century after riding the rails and protecting the mail, the canine mascot that provided good luck to clerks of the Railway Mail Service today returns to life in the form of 60 million ... more »»

Post Office needs letter tubs and trays

September 6, 2011 Submitted by DEBRA MITCHELL U.S. Postal Service Each year, the U.S. Postal Service spends millions of dollars to replace equipment that leaks out of its network. more »»

Going green is easier than you think

August 30, 2011 Going green is as easy as turning off lights you aren’t using, adjusting the thermostat, using public transportation, and buying local products. more »»

Family program to be held at Shell Factory Oct. 15

August 23, 2011 The U.S. Postal Service is introducing a special “Forever” stamp, Owney the Postal Dog. The stamp is on sale nationwide. more »»

eBay shipping programs at local libraries

August 16, 2011 The U.S. Postal Service is offering community outreach programs in August for individuals who sell—or would like to sell—products on eBa. more »»

Postal Service has new “quick rools” for information

August 2, 2011 What are “Quick Tools?” They’re four custom applications that allow users of usps. more »»

USPS uses social media to debut 2012 stamp program

July 26, 2011 In a move to raise awareness of the stamp program and to send a message to younger and more media-diverse audiences, the Postal Service is using social media websites to preview its 2012 stamp... more »»

US Postal Service mobile app downloads are popular

July 5, 2011 More than 1 million iPhone, iPod touch and iPad customers have downloaded the U.S. Postal Service mobile app since it launched in December 2009. more »»

School’s out - time to be on the lookout for children

June 28, 2011 With more children on the roads and sidewalks now that schools are closed for the summer, there’s a greater risk of motor vehicle accidents involving children. The U.S. more »»

USPS suspends accepting mail to Canada

June 21, 2011 Due to the expectation by Canada Post officials that the strike by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers will last until at least sometime next week, USPS suspended accepting mail destined to Canada ... more »»

Hollywood stars featured on forever stamps

May 31, 2011 The U.S. Postal Service has issued forever stamps honoring two of Hollywood’s most notable actors: Gregory Peck and Helen Hayes. more »»

Post office introduces padded flat rate envelopes option

May 24, 2011 The U.S. Postal Service has introduced another new product: the padded flat rate Priority envelope. The new envelope is for domestic shipping only. more »»

Reducing district administration key to decentralization plan

May 24, 2011 I recently wrote a guest column in which I outlined a plan to decentralize the Lee County School District by breaking up our very large school district into five smaller community school district. more »»

Small businesses have inexpensive advertising option

May 17, 2011 The U.S. Postal Service’s promotion of Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) is producing results. more »»

Common sense, responsibility vital to wildfire prevention

May 10, 2011 Victor A. Hill Wildfire Mitigation Specialist Local wildfire incidents are higher this year compared to the same time last year. more »»

‘Stamp Out Hunger’ Is May 14

May 10, 2011 Hang your food drive donation bag on your mail box or place it inside with the flag up if possible Feeding America, USPS, the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), the National... more »»

The Postal Service and Royal Mail are offering products on to commemorate the wedding between Prince William of Wales and Catherine Middleton

May 3, 2011 Customers can collect a piece of history with the official Royal Wedding Miniature Sheet, produced by Ryal Mail, Great Britain’s postal service. more »»

Bringing our schools back to the neighborhood

April 26, 2011 Several opinion pieces have been written about the desirability of returning to neighborhood schools and the social, educational and fiscal benefits that would result from implementing such a plan. more »»

Help is needed for annual letter carrier fod crive

April 26, 2011 The 19th annual “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive of the National Association of Letter Carriers will be held on Saturday, May 14. more »»

Postage increases start April 17

April 19, 2011 The first U.S. Postal Service mailing services price change in two years will have minimal impact on retail customers who will continue to pay only 44 cents for a stamp. more »»



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