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Holiday Closings

Oct. 13, 2013 @ 12:15 AM

Here are the closings for Columbus Day, Monday, Oct. 14.

U.S. Postal Service

The main and branch post offices will be closed.

Banks

BB&T: Closed

City National Bank: Closed

Fifth Third Bank: Closed

First Sentry Bank: Closed

First State Bank: Closed

Huntington Federal Savings Bank: Closed

United Bank: Closed

Cabell County

Barboursville municipal offices: Closed.

Cabell County Community Service Organization and its centers: Closed.

Cabell County Courthouse: Closed.

Cabell-Huntington Health Department: Closed.

Cabell County schools: ISE day, closed for students. Cabell County Board of Education offices will be open.

Huntington municipal offices/garbage pickup: Huntington City Hall will be closed. Residential garbage service will remain on a normal schedule.

Huntington Municipal Parking Board: Closed.

Milton municipal offices: Closed

Our Lady of Fatima School: Closed

Rumpke: Normal schedule.

St. Joseph Catholic Schools: No school for kindergarten through 8th grade. Half-day of classes for 9th through 12th grades. Nursery and pre-school will operate on a normal schedule.

Wayne County

Rumpke: Normal schedule.

Wayne County Courthouse: Closed.

Wayne Schools Board of Education/Schools: ISE day, closed for students. Wayne County Board of Education offices will be open.

Lawrence County, Ohio

Lawrence County Courthouse: Closed

Lawrence County Department of Job and Family Services: Closed

Lawrence County Health Department: Closed

Liberty Federal Savings Bank: Closed

Motor Vehicle Bureau: Closed

Rumpke: Normal schedule.

Social Security Office: Closed.

Boyd County, Ky.

Boyd County Public Library: Closed, all branches.

Rumpke: Normal schedule.

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