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Mail carrier receives award for saving a woman's life

MASON CITY, Iowa – A couple of months ago, a local mail carrier went above and beyond the call of duty by rescuing a woman being attacked by two dogs. 262 more words


US Postal Service loses $2B this spring

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Postal Service lost $2 billion this spring despite increasing its volume and charging consumers more money to send mail, officials said Monday. 367 more words


John Jakle and Keith Sculle on the U.S. Postal Service

postcard was mailed on a Saturday in 1919. The message concerns an intended ride to town the next day by electric interurban car. “I wrote you a letter telling you I would be in town Sunday on the quarter to 9 car, but that makes me hurry so much that [I] will come later… on the quarter to 11… meet me…and I will take you to church.”

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You Don't Pull on Superman's Cape and You Don't Mess With A Black Woman's Hair!

By CityFella,

US Postal Worker, Rachel Meyers did NOT like what she saw in the mirror.

She didn’t like it at all!  And the 26 year old was not happy and the workers of Century 27 Beauty Salon in Manhattan will not soon forget her. 225 more words


Follow the Arrows

As the summer wears on, and my children increasingly have trouble entertaining themselves, I find myself struck at the genius of my mother. It was well-known in my house growing up in Smalltown, Illinois, that it was a very bad idea to utter the words, “I’m bored” in front of Mom. 662 more words


U.S Postal Service Ad

“New name, but still your Problem-solver since 1775”

When I am thinking of the word “Scorpion”, the first thing that comes to mind is the astrological sign in the Zodiac known as “Scorpion”. 83 more words