Residents work to save post office

Maysville Post Office, which has been in operation more than 170 years, could be closed by U.S. Postal Service

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

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Maysville area residents gathered at the Maysville Handi-stop to discuss the importance of the Maysville Post Office and how they can prevent it being closed. Clockwise from the left, Gary Chastain, Marvin Wilber, Carol Loux, Omer Sunter, Leon Whiteside, Donna Graham and Myrtle Thomas.

Maysville area residents gathered at the Maysville Handi-stop to discuss the importance of the Maysville Post Office and how they can prevent it being closed. Clockwise from the left, Gary Chastain, Marvin Wilber, Carol Loux, Omer Sunter, Leon Whiteside, Donna Graham and Myrtle Thomas.
Photo by Dodie Evans

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