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Area residents fight to keep Wood and Swink post office open in Evinston

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The financially troubled U.S. postal service has announced it may be forced to close more than half of the post offices in the country.  One of those is in North Central Florida, where some residents look at their facility as more than just a place to pick up mail.

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But while some are nostalgic about the role of the small post office, Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Brianna Rittersporn reports the people making the decision are looking at dollars and cents.

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