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Left: Ketchum, ID, Postmaster John McDonald poses with TV Batman Adam West outside the Ketchum Post Office. Right: Winthrop, WA, Rural Carrier Dori Blackburn rescued a cat on her route after a dog's persistent barks for help.
The U.S. Postal Service hosted a highly-praised exhibit (left photo) at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year. Helen Simmons (left), founder of Write2Them, presents a tray of letters for military recruits to Colorado Springs Air Force Academy Post Office Sales & Service Associate Agnes Martin.
USPS Vice President, Sales Cliff Rucker explains the reasons behind the Postal Service’s presence at the recent Consumer Electronics Show and how the mail is playing a growing role in the electronics industry.
You’ll also hear about a new service that provides families with an easy way to send messages to sons and daughters who have just entered the military and have no access to phone or Internet service during basic training
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Greenville, SC, City Carrier Christopher Brown (left) has received praise for his quick action to save a baby from choking while on his route. Pictured at right, Boise, ID, City Carrier Gretchen Young receives an award from the Idaho Commission for Libraries from Boise Overland Trail Station Manager Les Miller.
This edition introduces you to two letter carriers who have earned customers' praises -- one for saving a baby's life, the other for delivering information and entertainment to customers with disabilities. You'll also hear a roundup of the latest postal news.
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