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TOWN'S MOST WANTED: ANOTHER POSTMASTER
Deal Island's new post office gets community's stamp of approval
Marshall Bright Sr., NAACP activist and postal worker, dies
Marshall T. Bright Sr., ex-elections judge
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Post office workers protest Discipline practices called discriminatory
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PUBLISHER CHARGED WITH WRITING BAD CHECKS FOR POSTAGE
Post office logic: We lost the mail, you owe postage
You won't be late if you pay mortgage during 'grace period'
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Filing tax returns
Troops, Congress decry slow Persian Gulf mail WAR IN THE GULF
Operation Desert Mail fails to accomplish its mission Hit or miss mail delivery is said to hurt troops. PERSIAN GULF SHOWDOWN
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Increased postage rate begins Feb. 3 First-class mail will take 29 stamp
Fan sticks to campaign to get stamp of approval for Elvis postage
Postal panel OKs 2first-class stamp Third-class postage rises at higher rate
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NEW POSTMASTER TO PUT STAMP ON SERVICE
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Express Mail takes a detour
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Newspapers may expand delivery system to include magazines, advertisements
A 43-cent stamp?
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Post office wants holiday mail to lose personal touch
Mailmen Ring Late
Sending food requires care, whether it's going across town or around the world
POSTAL SERVICE HAS HOLIDAY PLANS