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Page 24 wednesday, August 22, 2012 The AdamsCountyRecord This week's photos were taken over 100 years apart but show the same rock. You won't find many rocks like this, sitting as if a giant had set it down. So if you've seen it, you will likely remember it. The prize this week is a )ar of pickled Jalapefio Peppers from D&L Herbs! Get your answers in by 4:00 on Monday. 253-6961 or record@ctcweb, net. Last week's picture was taken from the top of Brundage Mountain, looking southeast at the Payette Lakes. The lakes showed up better in the original photo. A lot more people have seen this View when it was covered with snow, as it is what you see at the top of the maitl ski lift. We only got five correct answers, and the winner of the drawing was Dave Mink. The prize is a wooden light switch cover from All About Wood. Post Offices: BY U.S. SENATOR MIKE CRAPO (EDITED FOR BREVITY) Given the U.S. Postal Service's (USPS) problemat- ic financial situation, many may be wondering about the continuation of their services. Throughout the 237 years 'of the Postal Service's exis- tence, Congress has enact- ed legislation affecting the operation of the Postal Service. This includes Congress designating the USPS a.s a self-supporting entity and directing the USPS to provide prompt, reliable and efficient service to all communities. The law states that the Postal New Available Community Hubs Service "shall provide a maximum degree of effec- tive and regular postal ser- vices to rural areas, com- munities, and small towns where post offices are not self-sustaining. No small post office shall be closed solely for operating at a deficit, it being the specific intent of the Congress that effective postal services be insured to residents of both urban and rural communi- ties." The Postal Service has proposed closing thousands of facilities. In May, the Postmaster General released a new five-year plan that seeks to preserve the major- ity of rural post offices, partly by reducing operating hours. A list of Idaho post offices with reduced hours can be accessed here: www.crapo.senate.gov/doc- uments/post offices.pdf. I encourage those-inter- ested in this issue to con- tinue to share your com- ments. All final decisions regarding post office clo- sures or reduced hours will be reviewed by the inde- pendent Postal Regulatory Commission, and the USPS expects to have its final pro- posals implemented by the fall of 2014. $3.00 each "Hometown Heroes" a Collection of The Adams County Record 2011 Community 108 illinois Avenue, Council Praying up new prayers to pray is harder than-the time. Living to again be living - outside one daycome/ - hhold of some harmonica: