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Welcome to Casey County, Kentucky

Casey county was formed in 1807 from Lincoln County. Named in honor of Colonel William Casey, it is located in the Pennyrile and Outer Bluegrass regions of the state. The elevation in the county ranges from 710 to 1789 feet above sea level. In 1990 the county population was 14,211 in a land area of 445 square miles, an average of 31.9 people per square mile. The county seat is Liberty. Surrounding counties are Lincoln, Pulaski, Russell, Adair, Taylor, Marion and Boyle

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