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U.S. Postal Service

  • Proposed changes in Postal Service operations at the Grand Junction facility are on hold until at least January, reports the Daily Sentinel. The delay came after Postmaster General Louis DeJoy agreed to a request from U.S. senators in several states. The Postal Service is conducting reviews at nearly 60 plants.
  • In a recent decision the U.S. Postal Service says it will proceed with a controversial plan affecting thousands of customers and postal workers on Colorado’s Western Slope.Prior to the changes, the Postal service hosted a public hearing in Grand Junction with roughly 200 persons in attendance.
  • Next in our series of interviews with candidates vying for Lauren Boebert's seat in Congress, Gavin Dahl speaks to Scott Yates. He was born in Glenwood Springs, reported for the Durango Herald, wrote a book about water, and now lives in Pueblo. Plus, a new study shows Colorado food assistance recipients have to pay back money far more often than in other states. But fraud is usually not the reason. Kate Redmond explains.
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  • Cameron Peak Fire has now destroyed 54 structuresBeware of voter misinformation, including from USPS itselfKUER: Advocacy groups are calling on BLM to…