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Moorhead woman campaigns to get new mail carrier

Wanted posters hang in post offices across the U.S.A. Moorhead woman has flipped the idea on its head, hanging a poster reading "Not Wanted" on her door, announcing her ire with her regular postal carrier.

Sherry Rousseau of Moorhead
Sherry Rousseau of Moorhead is upset with the service she has been getting from her letter carrier and has begun a campaign to have him replaced on her route. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

Wanted posters hang in post offices across the U.S.A. Moorhead woman has flipped the idea on its head, hanging a poster reading "Not Wanted" on her door, announcing her ire with her regular postal carrier.

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