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Mayfield postmaster talks effort to get mail out after tornado

The Mayfield Post Office sustained severe damage in the Dec. 10 tornado that blew through western Kentucky and underwent a big effort to continue its work, ensuring that customers get Christmas cards, gifts and regular items, during what marks the post office’s “most challenging” time of the year.

“It was drastically affected,” Mayfield Postmaster Josh Jenkins told The Sun.

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