ⓘ Dry Ridge, Kentucky

                                     

ⓘ Dry Ridge, Kentucky

Dry Ridge is a home rule-class city in Grant County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was 2.191 at the 2010 census, up from 1.995 at the 2000 census. From around 1910 to 1960, the citys economy was dominated by business related to its mineral water wells, which were supposed to have healing properties.

                                     
  • Willow in Bracken County in Northern Kentucky Route 22 has a short 0.332 - mile 0.534 km business route in Dry Ridge an area which has become a commercial
  • The Southern Ridge and Valley Cumberland dry calcareous forest is a forest system found in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky Virginia, and West
  • branching to the left. After it enters into Dry Ridge it meets KY 22 and joins it for 3.2 miles as it bypasses Dry Ridge to the north and east. KY 467 meets
  • The Allegheny Cumberland dry oak forest and woodland is a forest system found in Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia
  • diamond interchange with I - 75. Kentucky Route 2944 is a 0.450 - mile - long 0.724 km supplemental road in the city of Dry Ridge in central Grant County. The
  • Clifty to Dry Ridge Road and Solway Meeting Road north of Big Clifty. The entire route is in Hardin County. Official DMI Route Log Kentucky Transportation
  • Crittenden Dry Ridge Jonesville Williamstown county seat United States portal National Register of Historic Places listings in Grant County, Kentucky State
  • March 6, 1946 was an African - American music educator. Born in Dry Ridge Kentucky she graduated from the Oberlin Conservatory in 1896, and in 1905
  • americana The Southern Ridge and Valley Cumberland dry calcareous forests occur on dry to dry mesic calcareous habitats in the southern Ridge - and - Valley Appalachians
  • US 62 and US 460. The highway continues through Corinth, Williamstown Dry Ridge Crittenden and Walton. In Florence, US 25 meets US 42 and US 127, both
  • the Kentucky State Historical Society, Volume 1. Kentucky State Historical Society. 1903. pp. 36. Wet Dry Counties in Kentucky PDF Kentucky Office