Polar rumors flow into Michigan right now. You can use the look and feel of tropical beaches in today's serenity.
Brian Manzullo, Detroit Free Press

The ground zero weather will keep the operations of Michigan from the United States Postal Service another day.

Corporate news has indicated that mail delivery, pickup and pickup services will be suspended from Thursday to Thursday "to ensure our workers' safety and well-being."

Office retail operations will be open.

"Sorry for the inconvenience that any weather-related service fracture has caused," said USPS Detroit District Manager Karlett Gilbert, said the release. "The safety and well-being of our employees is very important for the postal service."

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The Corporation announced Wednesday the abolition of services on Tuesday. Wednesday's suspensions were also caused by other Midwest states, such as Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, North, and South Dakota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Nebraska.

In the end, USPS abolished the normal e-mail operation, President Donald Trump, on December 5, 2018, George H.W. Bush

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