News briefs for Nov. 11
U.S. Postal service gives holiday package deadlines
The U.S. Postal Service has announced its recommended mailing dates for delivery by Christmas to military overseas APO/FPO addresses and international destinations.
The dates are based on the most economical air and surface transportation. The earlier the overseas mailing date, the less a parcel costs to mail.
Most holiday items should be sent by regular mail to military addresses overseas by Dec. 10 for arrival by Christmas. Holiday mail sent to non-military international destinations should be sent by Dec. 12.
For the lowest-cost parcel rate, holiday packages sent to U.S. military overseas should be mailed by Saturday for delivery before Christmas.
Express mail still will be available for delivery by Christmas to most overseas military and most international locations if the sender mails items by Dec. 19.
Domestic U.S. holiday mail deadlines for delivery by Christmas are:
Dec. 21 using regular mail and priority mail service, to send cards, letters and packages to out-of-state destinations and Dec. 22 to mail to in-state destinations.
State awards grant to police, firefighters
Law enforcement agencies, firefighters and first responders in Moffat County have been awarded more than $1.5 million by the state to improve communication networks.
The grant is meant to help rural communities build digital trunked radio systems, microwave towers and site equipment.
Money for the grant comes from the Energy and Mineral Impact Funds, which are given to communities affected by energy development.
Daily Press to form new editorial board
The Craig Daily Press is seeking community members who want to weigh in on issues affecting Moffat County.
As part of the Daily Press’ editorial board, community members commit less than an hour a week to offer ideas and views about matters of public concern.
Editorial board community members serve three-month terms.
Anyone interested in joining the editorial board should call editor Laura Elder, 824-7031.
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