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Wyoming's dogs are the most likely to attack a mail carrier

Delivering the mail is a dangerous game. In Houston alone, postal carriers suffered 77 attacks by dogs last year (up 22% from 2014), putting it at the top of the United States Postal Service’s 2015 “ 191 more words

My Big Brother

My brother, Keith Alan Lindsey, would have been 64 today. He passed very unexpectedly 15 years ago, leaving the love of his life and two daughters. 431 more words

More than 100,000 pounds of food collected during "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive

BIRMINGHAM, Ala (WIAT) — The Community Food Bank of Alabama was able to collect 125,500 pounds of food during the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. 132 more words

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Today in Texas History - May 12

From the Annals of Aviation –   In 1926, the first commercial air mail service (known as CAM-3) to and from Texas was begun.  The initial route was between Dallas and Chicago.   119 more words

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Danbury Railway Museum

This past weekend we ended up visiting the Danbury Railway Museum located in Danbury, CT.

This museum is not only a museum / train graveyard but also is where metro north parks their currently operating trains when not in use.   255 more words


One Super Hip Aunt and The Brownie Express

When gold was discovered there in 1848, hundreds of thousands of people flocked to the area that would a couple years later become state of California. 738 more words


Cost of mailing a letter drops

CLEAR LAKE, Iowa – The U.S. Postal Service dropped prices for its services on Sunday.

First-class letters went from 49 cents to 47 cents, and postcards from 35 cents to 34 cents. 87 more words