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Columbia Resident Shows His Support For Postal Service

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Bob Burris camped out for a week in front of the Columbia Post Office. He showed he support to the U.S. Postal Service.   						      - photo by Courtney Hunter
Bob Burris camped out for a week in front of the Columbia Post Office. He showed he support to the U.S. Postal Service. - photo by Courtney Hunter

In the middle of August, Bob Burris showed his support of the United States Postal Service. He camped outside the Columbia Post Office for one week, Monday through Friday holding a “Support USPS” sign for all to see. He also sported the t-shirt “Resist – this is not normal.” A former Prairie du Rocher resident …

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