Maysville residents voice support for post office

About 50 attend informational meeting on possible closure of post office which continuously served community since 1840

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

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Diane Tindale, second from left, discusses the Maysville P.O. closing with former Maysville Postmaster Marvin Wilber, while postmaster Kim Smith, left, and Martha Tucker look on.

Diane Tindale, second from left, discusses the Maysville P.O. closing with former Maysville Postmaster Marvin Wilber, while postmaster Kim Smith, left, and Martha Tucker look on.
Photo by Dodie Evans

MAYSVILLE — The fate of the Maysville Post Office, one of the oldest in northwest Arkansas, was discussed at a meeting held Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the Maysville Community Building.


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