Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Kentucky Veteran's Day events


• Postal Service: No delivery

• Library: Open

• Banks*: Closed

• Trash collection

Cincinnati: One-day delay

Rumpke: Regular pickup

CSI: Regular pickup

• Metro: Regular schedule

• Parking meters: Coins required

• Courts: Closed

• Government offices

Federal: Closed

City and county: Closed

State: Closed

• Stock markets: Open

• Ohio E-Check: Closed

• Kentucky Emissions Check Stations: Closed

*Fifth Third Bank Mart in Kroger stores and at the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport will be open. In-store branches of U.S. Bank are open.


Veterans and current military personnel can ride for free all day Thursday on Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky buses.


FLORENCE - Elizabeth Wilson, a cadet captain in Kentucky's Civil Air Patrol Air Force Auxiliary, will recognize veterans with a speech at 6 p.m. Thursday at the annual Veterans Day program at the Boone County Veterans Memorial on the Florence Government Center's campus, 8100 Ewing Blvd.

Participants include Florence Community Band, the Boone and Florence honor guards. , and winners of the Boone County Jaycees essay contest and the Florence Rotary Scholarship.


COLD SPRING - A Disabled American Veterans ceremony begins at 10 a.m. Thursday at the group's national headquarters, 3725 Alexandria Pike.

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS - Northern Kentucky University biological sciences professor Becky Evans will talk about her time spent in Iraq and Kuwait in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom at a faculty luncheon seminar beginning at 12:05 p.m. today in Room 304 of the W. Frank Steely Library.

Register by e-mail or call (859) 572-5803.

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS - Rep. Ken Lucas, a Boone County Democrat, will attend Northern Kentucky University's ceremony outside the W. Frank Steely Library from 11 a.m. to noon Thursday.

NEWPORT - A Veterans Day ceremony begins at 11 a.m. Thursday, at the city's municipal building, 998 Monmouth St.

Veterans Day events open to the public may be faxed to Janinne Thompson at (513) 755-4150 or e-mailed to

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