This holiday season, I will be sending a package or two through the mail and it's good to know when those packages have to be in the mail to make it under someone else's tree in time. Here's a great reminder on those US Post Office shipping details.
Christmas time is here and the time to ship your packages to your loved ones is now. However, if you need to know when the deadlines are, here are the deadlines you have to follow from the USPS to ensure your package arrives on time to your loved ones for Christmas.
Food insecurity is a real thing, especially here in Amarillo and the Texas Panhandle. One in 7 people locally are food insecure. These are people who go to work everyday and work hard, but they just don't make enough money. These people make the hard decisions whether to put food on the table or pay a utility bill. Buy food or pay for a prescription. Coming up this Saturday you can help with
Hunger in the Texas Panhandle is something that isn't going away. Food is needed on a daily basis and people are going hungry. Twenty-One years ago the National Association of Letter Carriers started an event called Stamp Out Hunger to help out the hungry and this Saturday they will continue that tradition and will collect food for the High Plains Food Bank.
They can cite healthcare costs all they want, we know the real reason the Post Office is going to stop Saturday deliveries in August. Clearly, it is because they never redesigned their bags to hold tacos and mail. People love the tacos. But they need their mail...
You know "Video Killed the Radio Star", well email killed the post office. It seems that the U.S. Postal Service plans to make some drastic cuts and that includes something that could be an inconvenience to you.
With the holidays comes a ton of shipping. Christmas presents, cards, pictures, etc. If you want to ensure that your packages gets to its destination in time then follow these deadlines to make sure your package arrives in time.
They say neither snow, nor rain, sleet or hail can't stop the U.S. Post Office, but how about the possibility of bankruptcy?
Because so many people are sending letters through emails, texts and having packages shipped through other sources, the Postal Service is doing something that hasn't been done in over 40 years.
They will be making cuts to first-class mail delivery, which will do away with th