No mail delivery on Columbus Day

No mail delivery on Columbus Day

Post offices throughout Indiana will be closed Monday in recognition of Columbus Day.

There will be no mail delivery, caller service or Post Office Box service.

Indiana post offices, including Columbus, will resume regular hours Tuesday.

The Columbus Post Office, 450 Jackson St., does have a self-service kiosk, which is available for use after hours and on holidays. The kiosk accepts debit or credit cards and can handle most of retail counter services, including buying stamps, mailing a parcel or shipping a package by Express or Priority Mail. For more information: usps.com.

The state Bureau of Motor Vehicles will also be closed Monday.

Although federal offices will be closed, the city of Columbus and Bartholomew County governmental offices will be open Monday.

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Julie McClure is assistant managing editor of The Republic. She can be reached at jmcclure@therepublic.com or (812) 379-5631.