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Rural Mail Talk
When the Mailmen Rebelled
Soldiers deploy to deliver mail
Deadly Delivery: Opioids By Mail
American flag stolen from Henrietta post office to protest poppy policy
Maine man wants refund after chicken dies in the mail
NY Congressional Delegation Members Call on Postmaster General to Implement Broad, Aggressive Program to Combat Theft of Mail
Base’s soldiers move mail — and morale
Flag reminder – Memorial Day
Two new USPS OIG Audit Reports
APWU: Say ‘No’ to the Latest USPS Survey
Hey Amazon.. Deliverin’ ain’t easy
A Ruralinfo.net editorial A couple of years ago, Amazon had an epiphany. They decided they could start their own delivery service ...
On October 1, 1896, rural free delivery (RFD) service began
On October 1, 1896, rural free delivery (RFD) service began in Charles Town, Halltown, and Uvilla in West Virginia, Postmaster ...
Larger mailboxes are not a good thing for rural carriers
By Ruralinfo.net You might have seen an article I posted yesterday about the Postal Service approving new larger mailbox standards ...
Two years ago this month the unspeakable happened to one of our own
Two years ago this month, specifically May 17th, one of own was brutally murdered by a customer. If you are not ...
What is the most important form in a rural carrier's work life?
THE PS FORM 4003 This form is to update a route for regular carriers, but it also affects a relief ...
Would you like a shelving system in your LLV?
In July, Wheeler Bros., Inc. (WBI) was awarded a delivery order to supply 10,000 engineered shelving kits to the United ...
Today in 1912 a rural carrier did this for the first time
A rural carrier in Bennington County, VT, was the first to deliver mail by car on a rural route today ...
July 1st was a big day in Postal History
There is no knowledge without unity
I am seeing a lot of posts about carriers returning from their state conventions. I would love if someone would ...
Who knows what it is? Postal Mystery item of the week
Check out our mystery item of the week.. Take your guess at what it is and then check below to ...
Who knows what this is and what the USPS used it for?
I bet there are a lot of you who have never seen one of these.. I used one when I ...
How many have had the pleasure (OK maybe not) of driving one of these?
I owned three of these old Jeeps back in my RCA days and even for a couple of years after ...
Let the games begin
Let the games begin, because really that is what they are.. Games.. I mean what other time of year are ...
Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows the game
This is a Ruralinfo.net Editorial. Click here to see all Ruralinfo.net editiorials It never ceases to amaze me when a ...
103- ok 99 – Positive Changes That Our Union Leadership Has Gained
By John Amtsfield Former State Steward, New Jersey Some of these are a little bit dated, but still a great ...
Whose fault is it anyway?
My previous editorial "The Union Membership" raised some hackles. Good, that is exactly what I wanted it to do. Sometimes ...
The Union membership.
Not sure if most of you know this, but I usually stay on the union "bad" list for the information ...
A very disturbing trend has appeared among rural carriers…
I have come across a disturbing trend among rural carriers these last couple of months. I hear from so many ...
Brief history of the rural craft
The following brief history recap is from Mort on delphi, he has combined his memory of things, along with facts ...
Response from USPS law/ethics department regarding the USPS social media policy
My Question: Does the new revised social media policy restrict craft employees from engaging with each other on social media sites ...
United we Stand? Not Quite….
United we stand?? Do we as a union stand united? Are we all for one and one for all? In ...
I am a fraud, a rural stalker, an IMPOSTER… Oh the horror
Ruralinfo.net note: This is a blast from the past.. Something I wrote a couple of years ago... Still makes me ...
The USPS Double Standard..
Historical Editorial - Not recent- you will see references to past events The latest GAO report about spending by management ...