The U.S. Postal Service’s unofficial creed doesn’t say anything about ice and ­freezing rain. And that’s just as well. Some people who live in the south Eugene hills are perturbed because their mail delivery was spotty during the past three weeks of ice storms. Gerry Moseley, the owner of a home-based real estate business, said […]

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Wondering if there is mail delivery on #Martin Luther King Day or if your local post office will be open on Monday January 16? Every year, the federal holiday is observed on the third Monday in January, but there is always some confusion as to what’s open and what’s closed on the day we honor […]

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For retailers, returns are a necessarily evil that comes at the end of each holiday shopping season, but it appears even more holiday purchases are being returned this time around. That’s because American consumers did more of their holiday shopping online in 2016, and online purchases are returned in greater numbers, compared to traditional in-store […]

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While the November shopping season was off to a bumpy start as a result of the U.S. presidential election and all the uncertainty that came with it, the holiday shopping season, at least for web retailers, has been incredibly strong. While a significant percent of shoppers in the days following the election said they would […]

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Calvin Palmquist agrees that his job as a mail carrier resembles a “forced march” most of the year. And when when Christmas rolls around? “Even more so,” Palmquist said with a smile. Despite the increased workload this time of year, Palmquist and others with the U.S. Postal Service relish the challenge to move a staggering […]

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With the giving season well underway, packages are being sent to and fro at an accelerated rate. Now especially, consumers need to be attentive to their purchases. Anything left unsupervised presents ample opportunity for thieves to carry off into obscurity. Luckily, there are several methods to prevent this holiday travesty without needing a state-of-the-art security […]

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The U.S. Postal Service recently announced the 2016 holiday mailing and shipping deadlines for domestic and international destinations as customers begin to prepare for the busy shopping and shipping season. Customers are encouraged to ship early. To ensure timely delivery of cards, letters and packages within the United States by Dec. 25, the Postal Service […]

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With the holiday season officially underway, a tidal wave of gifts is flooding shipping systems across the country. At The UPS Store in Kalispell, owner Chris Vidulich said that while orders get taller, he and his staff enjoy stepping up during the holidays. “When you do six months of business in one month, it’s good,” […]

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As everyone knows, this is Santa’s busiest time of year ― and it’s tough for the big guy to answer every Christmas letter himself. So if your kids want a letter from Santa Claus (or maybe you want one yourself!), you may have to take matters into your own hands. The United States Postal Service has […]

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As gifts start to arrive on porches, it can be easy for criminals to take advantage of the situation.So we are putting together the following list of tips for receiving gifts in the mail: 1. Pick it up at your local post office. USPS, FedEx, and UPS all offer a service to hold your package at […]

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