Tag: essential workers

A Salute to the USPS and its Employees
Community, Featured

A Salute to the USPS and its Employees

By May S. Ruiz Benjamin Franklin appointed the first postmaster general in 1775 but it wasn’t until the passage of the Postal Service Act in 1792 that the post office department was created. In 1970, it became what we now know as the United States Postal Service (USPS). For all the noble purposes its creation…

Thanking Overlooked Essential Workers
Columns

Thanking Overlooked Essential Workers

Since the stay-at-home orders were imposed with only essential workers continuing with the somewhat modified work, many people have gone out of their way to praise these people. The people they choose to praise are of course the doctors and nurses, the police officers and firefighter/paramedics, and the grocery workers. While these people do deserve…

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