Is the Kentucky river only in Kentucky?
No it is not only in Kentucky, I looked it up and it goes through Ohio
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Yes. Kentucky work comp requirements are very specific. If you have one or more employees, you have required to provide work comp coverage for those employees.
Answer . Yes, because of the shifting course of the Mississippi River, very small parts of Kentucky that used to be east of the river are now west of it. These are too small to be shown on many maps, but see for example, the map at . http://www.milebymile.com/main/United_States/Kentucky/maps.ht…ml (MORE)
It is between Tennessee and Indiana, in the Eastern Central part of the United States. Kentucky is sometimes called a southern state, more specifically of the upland south. It is also occasionally referred to as being in the midwest. Kentucky is located in the south right below Ohio
Kentucky is a state in the USA that is famous for horse racing. It is located in the middle eastern part of the US.
The Ohio River forms the boundary between Indiana and Kentucky. Ohio River The Ohio River is used as the political northern boundary of Kentucky, separating it from Ohio, Indiana and Illinois (the former "Indian Territories" and "Northwest Territory"). It's an obvious natural boundary, being the …largest river in the U.S. in terms of water flow. Politically, we say that the Ohio River flows into the Mississippi River at Wickliffe, Kentucky (and Cairo, Illinois) because of a naming error by early explorer Rene Robert de la Salle; but scientifically (hydrologically) the great river that passes by Memphis and Vicksburg and Natchez and Baton Rouge is actually the Ohio River. On a typical day, nearly 65% of the water that flows by New Orleans passed by the Ohio River city of Paducah, Kentucky a few days earlier; only about 35% comes from St. Louis. (MORE)
No, this is an urban myth - though popularly believed, and vehemently defended. There are reportedly a few bourbon producers in Indiana and Virginia; and recently, Texas has added a couple, as well: Garrison Brothers in Hye, and Ranger Creek in San Antonio. What is true is that no product made out…side the U.S. can be called bourbon. Bourbon must also be aged in new American oak barrels, distilled to no more than 160 proof, made from grain that is now less than 51 percent corn and must contain all natural ingredients. Miss any of those requirements and it is only whiskey. (MORE)
They named it Cantucky The spelling of the word changed over the years but the word Cantucky actually is the Indian word meaning Dark and Bloody Ground. Algonquin Indian word although there is some dispute between "dark and bloody ground" and also an Iriquois word that sounds similar to Kentucky t…hat means "meadowland" (MORE)
Yes. You can see a map of it by going to google.com and typing in "River Kentucky" (without the quotation marks).
Yes, it does. But not all grass in Kentucky is bluegrass. Bluegrass grows heavily in the central part of the state, and becomes more sparse in the further areas. When you're in an area where all the grass is bluegrass, you can't tell that it's bluegrass, because it really is green. But - in parts of… the state where the bluegrass is more sparse, you can look out over a grass-covered area and notice that certain patches have a blue-ish tint. Then can you really tell the difference in bluegrass and green grass. (MORE)
yes it is and river not a lake i am 11 and i know that its easy
The Green River is the longest river in Kentucky. It is 38 mileslong and is entirely in Kentucky unlike rivers such as theMississippi and the Cumberland.
zero.... commercialy.. although there have been several canoe-related death's.. most due to lack of lifejackets
One thing you could do in Kentucky in go to the Kentucky Derby. You can visit Mammoth Cave National Park, Lincoln's Birthplace and childhood home, as well as see the world's largest wooden baseball bat. At certain time of the year you can even see a moonbow.
The Ohio River borders Kentucky and Ohio. The Licking River alsostarts on the Ohio River and runs through that state of Kentucky.
The Mississippi River, Ohio River, and the Cumberland river are allmajor rivers in Kentucky. The Kentucky River is also a major riverin Kentucky.
well there is the Kentucky river, Ohio rive, Cumberland river, and also the tug fork river.
It is two men standing face to face with a double arm lock hand shake. They are dressed in long coats with tails. It is titled, "United we stand, Divided we fall". A double arm lock hand shake is a normal right handed hand shake. Each man's left hand is extended and placed on the right arm between t…he elbow and shoulder of the other hand shaker. (MORE)
Kentucky is indeed east of the Mississippi River. The Mississippiforms part of the western border of Illinois about 100 miles fromthe eastern border of Kentucky.
The specific reason is unknown, but the most logical belief is that it came from an Iroqouian word meaning meadow or prarie
The Ohio River forms the northern boundary of Kentucky.Specifically, the low-water mark of the northern shore of the OhioRiver is the official boundary between Kentucky and Ohio.
The Licking River, The Green River, The Kentuky River, The Cumberland River, The Ohio River, The Mississippi River.
the lost river is not very deep (surface to bottom) but the river is pretty deep inside a cave near Bowling Green Kentucky
Beattyville where it begins and then:. Irvine . Boonesborough . Lexington . Frankfort and . Carrollton where it joins the Ohio River.
yes Kentucky has mountains (the Appalachians) rivers and lakes . Kentucky river, red river. carrs fork lake etc etc. Black Mountain is the tallest mountain in the Commonwealth of Kentucky , USA , with a summit elevation of 4,145 feet (1,263 m) above mean sea level and a top to bo…ttom height of over 2,500 feet (760 m). in Harlan County, Kentucky near the Virginia border, just above the towns of Lynch, Kentucky and Appalachia, Virginia . It is about 500 feet (150 m) taller than any other mountain in Kentucky and is one of the tallest mountains in Appalachia . Elevations of the Jellico Mountains in the area of Campbell County range from 2,500 to 2,700 feet. Elevations for Pine Mountain in Campbell County range from 2,000 to 2,500 feet in elevation. The maximum elevation on Pine Mountain in Whitley County is 2,250 feet. Pine Mountain extends into eastern Kentucky with the elevations becoming greater, mostly in Pike and Letcher counties. (MORE)
The Mississippi, . The Tennessee, . The Kentucky, . The Cumberland, . The Ohio, . The Licking.
It is in Kentucky (and Tennessee), plus the dam which impounds it is called Kentucky Dam.
In some parts, the Kentucky River can reach 83 feet deep. TheKentucky River sprawls across 263 miles and it is only reachablethrough the state of Kentucky.
No. There are several bourbon distilleries outside Kentucky - including two in central Texas, Garrison Brothers and Ranger Creek. This being said, no product made outside the U.S. can legally be called "bourbon".
Yes , the Kentucky Derby is held in Kentucky. It's held at the Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville. The 2010 Derby represents the 136th running of the world-famous race.
I think you mean who is insuring in Kentucky? The best resource for finding a good insurance company is the department of insurance, or AM Best.
Kentucky has all the normal modes of transportation, including cars, boats, buses, trains, planes and in some areas horse and carriage.
The Ohio River separates Kentucky (to the south) from the states of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio (to the north).
The Kentucky State Bird, Flower, State Flag, etc. Also, if you want to be funny, you can say the KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken). State Bird =The Cardinal State Flower =Goldenrod All of these things represent the state of Kentucky because every state has an official state bird, or an official st…ate flower, but only one state has its own known state flower or bird. (MORE)
The Big Sandy, and its tributary the Tug fork, form the WV/KY border. The Big Sandy is a tributary of the Ohio River, which borders WV and KY seperately.
You can first off go to the Kentucky derby if you are there at the right time. then you can also go to the Louisville slugger factory where they make the bats and it is a museum.
No. Kentucky farmers also produce wheat, barley, sorghum, and hay, along with many other crops.
The Tug-Fork River separates Virginia and West Virginia for a few miles and is the river where Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia Meet. The Tug Fork River flows north forming the KY/WV border most of its way and flows into the Big Sandy River that makes the rest of the border between WV and KY. Th…e Big Sandy River flows into the Ohio River where Ohio, KY and WV meet. (MORE)
In the period 1775-1778 a colony named Transylvania was in Kentucky(without any link with Romania).
Yes. For a very short distance. Below the convergence of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, the border between Kentucky and Missouri mainly follows the channel of the Mississippi River, but there are two or three places where the river has changed course since the state borders were drawn and the rive…r now flows entirely within the borders of Kentucky. (MORE)
The Tennessee River ends in Kentucky where it flows into the Ohio River. See maps in link below
Yes, the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken actually opened his first restaurant there.hope this helped for why ever you need this information. please recommend and give me good feedbackk please i am begging ou to give me what i just ya know i mean now be i am really going now or am i yes so bye see …ya an remember give good feedback bye cut (MORE)
i researched it and i found cumberland falls so if im not wrong i belive the answer would be cumberland falls
Cumberland Plateau, Big Sandy River, and Tug Fork River is a tributary to Big Sandy River.
Unless, you live in the Midwestern United States you probably wouldn't know the Ohio River borders southeast Illinois, southern Indiana, and southern Ohio and runs all the way to Plattsburg, Pennslyvania.
What river forms natural borders of ohio and West Virginia and of ohio and kentucky as well as parts of the borders of indiana illinois and kentucky?
The Ohio River. It forms the entire southern borders on Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, the the northern border of Kentucky, and the northwestern border of West Virginia.
Yes, and it's the Ohio river... It hardly goes through because it's close to the edge.
No. The Mississippi River flows past only a small portion of the Kentucky state line. There is a small section that is separate from the rest of the state by an oxbow of the river due south of New Madrid, Missouri (referred to as Kentucky Bend). There are no municipalities there, but several farms a…nd a few residences. (MORE)
The Ohio River and the Mississippi River both form borders of Kentucky, separating it from other states to the north and west. For a short distance near the triple border of Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri, the main channel of the Mississippi flows through Kentucky, while another channel sep…arates Kentucky and Missouri. The rivers that flow through interior Kentucky are the Kentucky River and the Green River . (MORE)
The address of the River Heritage Center is: 117 S Water St, Paducah, KY 42001-0787
The Ohio river forms the boundary between Kentucky and the statesof Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.