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McCaskill Opposed To Postal Service’s Saturday Cut

“We’ve got the best, the most reliable, the fastest, and most universal postal service in the world. I just don’t think we should give up on that,”


St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay and acting St. Louis Postmaster Cathy Vaughn unveil the new Purple Heart stamp on November 10, 2012 (KMOX/Brad Choat).

Purple Heart Stamp Unveiled

U.S. Postal Service had new first-class postage option ready to debut at Veterans Day observances.


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Kevin Killeen’s Whole ‘nother Story — In Defense of Saturday Mail

Today, Kevin urges Congress to saver Saturday mail, because it provides a valuable service to the community and gives him somebody to talk with doing Saturday yardwork…


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Joplin Tornado Zone Has Mail Delivery Problem

The postal service decided to install curb-side or neighborhood collection boxes in some of the hardest hit areas of the town.


USPS Closing Springfield, Cape Girardeau Centers

More than 130 job will be lost in Missouri.


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Post Offices on the Chopping Block

Postal Service is expected to lose a record $14.1 billion this year as increased Internet use reduces mail volume.



McCaskill Tackles 21st Century Postal Act

Missouri Senator thinks six-day-a-week service can be maintained and rural post offices saved.


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How Hard Will Postal Cuts Hit Illinois?

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin says his state is losing too much in the budget-cutting measure.


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Small Post Offices, The End of an Era

The announcement of possible closures comes as the Postal Service faces a $8 billion deficit.


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Postal Service Plans Job Cuts

The plan would eliminate 120,000 jobs through 2015, but still needs congressional approval.




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