Tag: county spotlight

  • County Spotlight: Trigg County

    According to a Feeding America study, approximately 1 in 7 people living in Trigg County (14.0%) are food-insecure.  This means that while they might not be going completely without food, […]

  • County Spotlight: Fulton County

    Like the peninsula, there are many people in Fulton County who look no different than the rest of the community.  But on second look, you’ll notice that roughly 1 in […]

  • County Spotlight: Casey County

    August 31, 2017 – There are many aspects about Casey County, Kentucky that embody the southern way of life:  their close proximity to Lake Cumberland and Green River has given […]

  • County Spotlight: Meade County

    July 25, 2017 – When Meade County, Kentucky was being settled in the early 1800’s, it was seen as a place teeming with agricultural promise.  Settlers were attracted to the […]

  • County Spotlight: Washington County

    June 27, 2017 – Despite being just 301 square miles, Washington County, Kentucky has been home to many “firsts” throughout the years: It was the first county established in Kentucky; […]

  • County Spotlight: Marshall County

    May 24, 2017 – Marshall County, Kentucky has been the birthplace of several people of note since it was founded nearly 175 years ago1.  Joe Creason, a journalist who wrote […]

  • County Spotlight: Edmonson County

    April 25, 2017 – Edmonson County, Kentucky was formed in 1825 from land given by neighboring Barren, Hart, and Warren counties.  The 308 square miles of land and water were […]

  • County Spotlight: Ballard County

    Ballard County is one of the 42 counties served by our organization.  According to a Feeding America study, approximately 1 in 7 people living in Ballard County (14.5%) are food-insecure.  […]

  • County Spotlight: Clinton County

    February 21, 2017 – According to one website, Clinton County, Kentucky is described as “196 square miles of scenic farmland, mountains for hiking, and lakes to enjoy.”1  Nestled between Lake […]