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USPS National and Oregon News

01/15/2021 11:26
WASHINGTON, DC — Major League Baseball All-Star Yogi Berra was widely known for his colorful comments. Today, he receives a new distinction as the U.S. Postal Service announces several additional stamps to be issued in 2021 featuring him, science fiction and fantasy author Ursula K. Le Guin and artist Emilio Sanchez.
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01/14/2021 09:51
WASHINGTON, DC — There are many reasons to say “I love you” and countless ways to show you care. The U.S. Postal Service begins the year with a new Love stamp. Love 2021, the latest stamp in the popular Love series, features a colorful and lighthearted digital illustration. The first stamp in the series was issued in 1973.
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01/13/2021 08:14
The U.S. Postal Service will honor August Wilson with a commemorative Forever stamp in the Black Heritage series
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01/05/2021 06:57
WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Postal Service will release three new stamps as part of 2021 price change:
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01/04/2021 06:40
The U.S. Postal Service continues its popular Love series with a new stamp in 2021. The first stamp in the series was issued in 1973. The latest one features a colorful and lighthearted digital illustration.
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11/09/2020 14:01
The Greater Portland Postal Customer Council will be hosting its annual Mailer and Shipper Conference this Thursday, Nov.12th from 8 am – 4 pm., at USPS’s Portland District Office, 7007 NE Cornfort Rd. This is a great value for your time and money at $49.
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11/06/2020 10:38
BLUE RIVER, OR — The U.S. Postal Service has opened a temporary post office in a mobile unit in the parking lot at McKenzie High School in Blue River.
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10/26/2020 12:35
Hand Off of Completed Ballots to Multnomah County Election Officials
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10/06/2020 06:56
Opportunity to see mail delivery operations, speak to postal and state election leadership. Oregon is a pioneer in vote-by-mail and has a proven election process that uses the Postal Service to both send and receive ballots.
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10/02/2020 06:46
U.S. Postal Service customers in Washington State, whose homes have been destroyed in the wildfires or who have been required to evacuate their homes, will continue to get mail service.
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