Postmaster Antoinette Benthusen in 2011 sorts mail shortly after opening at the Post Office in Powder River, Wyo. The small, rural post office was one of 43 in Wyoming considered for closure by the U.S. Postal Service as a cost-saving measure.
Postmaster Antoinette Benthusen in 2011 sorts mail shortly after opening at the Post Office in Powder River, Wyo. The small, rural post office was one of 43 in Wyoming considered for closure by the U.S. Postal Service as a cost-saving measure. File photo The Associated Press
Postmaster Antoinette Benthusen in 2011 sorts mail shortly after opening at the Post Office in Powder River, Wyo. The small, rural post office was one of 43 in Wyoming considered for closure by the U.S. Postal Service as a cost-saving measure. File photo The Associated Press

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