One of the United States hardest mail routs is over 100 years old and only goes once a week through Hells Canyon. A couple has been doing the rout for over 30 years and now tours take you along for the journey every Wednesday.
Union postal workers rallied across the country and here in Idaho yesterday. They want local lawmakers on board with a plan to pull the agency from the brink of financial collapse without layoffs, cutbacks or closures.
A public hearing in Twin Falls last evening dealt with the possibility of the US Postal Service moving a mail processing center from Twin Falls to Boise. USPS district manager Ken McArthur was in Twin Falls to get input on the possible move and to explain why such a move may be necessary.
Top Story Podcast 6/6/11: First hour - USPS wants to close down the mail processing operation in Twin Falls and move it to Boise to save money. Second hour - East End Update and John Edwards, that stellar pillar of our American community, pleads "not guilty" to breaking campaign finance laws