Sierra Wilkins sorted non-machineable mail at the United States Postal Service's processing and distribution center on Nandino Boulevard in Lexington in July. That center is expected to close as part of national cost-cutting.
Sierra Wilkins sorted non-machineable mail at the United States Postal Service's processing and distribution center on Nandino Boulevard in Lexington in July. That center is expected to close as part of national cost-cutting. Herald-Leader
Sierra Wilkins sorted non-machineable mail at the United States Postal Service's processing and distribution center on Nandino Boulevard in Lexington in July. That center is expected to close as part of national cost-cutting. Herald-Leader

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