'Morning Edition' Returns: Postal Workers Loaded Down with Kids' Letters

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Web sites are increasingly the way kids write Santa, but postal workers are busy as elves right now in some towns: Like Santa Claus, Ind., Snowflake, Ariz., Bethlehem, Penn., and Joy, Ill. Tens of thousands of cards and gifts are coming into these post offices, to be stamped with the spirit of Christmas.



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