Rural postal cuts get lukewarm review, more to come
Cutting hours at post offices in rural Wisconsin communities will continue for another year. So far, the Postal Service said people are grudgingly accepting it.
The cuts began a year and a half ago, and included the small post office in Herbster along Lake Superior’s shore. Hours were cut in half, and the service window is only open in the morning now. Janine Hahn works at Pine Cone Ole’s Restaurant nearby.
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