Casey County, Kentucky

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Casey County is a county located in the U.S.wikipedia
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Liberty, Kentucky

Liberty
Its county seat is Liberty.
Liberty is a home rule-class city in Casey County, Kentucky, in the United States.

Lincoln County, Kentucky

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The county was formed in 1806 from the western part of Lincoln County and named for Colonel William Casey, a pioneer settler who moved his family to Kentucky in 1779.

Russell County, Kentucky

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Russell County is part of the historically and currently rock-ribbed Republican bloc of southeastern Kentucky that also includes such counties as Clinton, Cumberland, Casey, Pulaski, Laurel, Rockcastle, Monroe, McCreary, Clay, Jackson, Owsley and Leslie.

Knobs region

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It is the only Kentucky county entirely in the Knobs region.
The western end of the Knobs region begins near Louisville, Kentucky and continues southeastward through Bullitt, Hardin, Nelson, LaRue, Marion, Taylor, Boyle, Casey and Lincoln counties before turning northeast and running along the Pottsville Escarpment and the Appalachian Plateau.

Green River Knob

The highest point in Casey County is Green River Knob at 1789 ft.
It is located at the border of Casey and Pulaski Counties.

Kim Davis

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In 2015, County Clerk Casey Davis received national press when he announced he would deny same-sex marriage licenses, as a show of solidarity with fellow county clerk Kim Davis, who was criticized and later jailed for doing the same thing in Rowan County, Kentucky.
Casey Davis (unrelated to Kim Davis), a clerk in Casey County, Kentucky, said, "We've not tried to prevent same-sex marriages, we've only tried to exercise our First Amendment rights", adding that such applicants could apply in other counties.

Same-sex marriage in Kentucky

KentuckyBourke v. Beshear / Love v. Beshearmarriage licenses to same-sex couples in Kentucky
In 2015, County Clerk Casey Davis received national press when he announced he would deny same-sex marriage licenses, as a show of solidarity with fellow county clerk Kim Davis, who was criticized and later jailed for doing the same thing in Rowan County, Kentucky.
Whitley and Casey clerks claimed that the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution or Section Five of the Kentucky Constitution protects their religious freedom to refuse to issue licenses to same-sex couples.

Clementsville, Kentucky

Clementsville
Clementsville is an unincorporated community in western Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Bethelridge, Kentucky

Bethelridge
Bethelridge is an unincorporated community in southeastern Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Dunnville, Kentucky

Dunnville
Dunnville is an unincorporated community with a post office in southern Casey County, Kentucky, United States, near the intersection of the Green River and Goose Creek.

Middleburg, Kentucky

Middleburg
Middleburg is a rural unincorporated community with a post office sitting just off the Green River in central Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Phil, Kentucky

Phil
Phil is an unincorporated community in western Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Creston, Kentucky

Creston
Creston is an unincorporated community in Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Jacktown, Kentucky

Jacktown
Jacktown is an unincorporated community in Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Teddy, Kentucky

Teddy
Teddy is an unincorporated community in western Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Yosemite, Kentucky

Yosemite
Yosemite is an unincorporated community in eastern Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Walltown, Kentucky

Walltown
Walltown is a rural unincorporated community in eastern Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Charles T. Wethington Jr.

Charles T. Wethington, Jr.
Charles T. Wethington Jr. (born January 2, 1936 in Casey County, Kentucky) was the tenth president of the University of Kentucky from 1990 to 2001.

Windsor, Kentucky

Windsor
Windsor is an unincorporated community in western Casey County, Kentucky, United States.

Silas Adams

He was born in Pulaski County, Kentucky on February 9, 1839, and moved to Casey County with his parents in 1841.