Kentucky White Pages, United States

The Commonwealth of Kentucky is renowned for its thoroughbred horse industry, Kentucky also has a thriving auto manufacturing industry. Furthermore, the state is known for its energy fuel production and top-rated medical facilities. Other aspects of the social life make Kentucky the perfect blend of culture. You can get the name and contact information of someone using a Kentucky phone number by searching the Kentucky white pages, an online phonebook. In addition, the Kentucky white pages also let you find public records on the person, including arrest, criminal, court, and property records — all available with a phone number search. 

Kentucky At A Glance

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  • Capital: Frankfort
  • Residents: 4.5 million (2021)
  • Size: 40,411 square miles (35th largest state) 
  • Nicknames: The Bluegrass State
  • Motto: “United We Stand, Divided We Fall.”
  • State Tree: Tulip Poplar
  • State Flower: Goldenrod
  • State Bird: Cardinal

10 Quick Facts About Kentucky

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  • The Kentucky Derby, held at Churchill Downs on the first Saturday in May, is the oldest horse race in the world. 
  • Thomas Edison first showcased the electric light bulb to the public at the Southern Exposition in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1883. 
  • Kentucky has the most waterways and streams among the 48 continental US states.
  • Mother’s Day began in Henderson, Kentucky. It has been a national holiday since 1916. 
  • Kentucky is the birthplace of the famous Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), with the recipe developed by Colonel Sanders in Corbin. 
  • Mohammed Ali was born in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • About half of Kentucky is forestland. 
  • Post-It Notes are exclusively made in Cynthiana, Kentucky. 
  • Fort Knox is the largest depository for gold in the world — gold stored here is reportedly worth about $6 billion.  
  •  “Happy Birthday to You” was created by two sisters in Louisville in 1893.

Largest cities or towns in Kentucky

Bowling GreenFrankfortSt. Matthews
FlorenceErlangerFort Thomas
ElizabethtownAshlandMount Washington