Postal Service out to 'restore faith' of Oil Patch
WILLISTON -- The U.S. Postal Service has carriers working into the night -- delivering mail at 8 p.m. or later -- as it has struggled to keep up with North Dakota's oil boom, but an official visiting the area this week says that's going to change.
Roy Reynolds, U.S. Postal Service district manager for the Dakotas, is holding public input meetings this week in northwest North Dakota to hear concerns and get suggestions.
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