About This Place
Blaine is a city in Lawrence County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 245 at the 2000 census.
Blaine was originally settled circa 1800 and was established as a local trade center circa 1882. The post office has been in operation since at least May 10, 1828, with the first postmaster being Neri Swetnam. Although the city was incorporated as Blaine on March 10, 1886, it was alternatively known as Blainetown or the Mouth of Hood for the remainder of the 19th century.
Blaine is located at 38°1′33″N 82°51′19″W / 38.02583°N 82.85528°W / 38.02583; -82.85528 (38.025742, -82.855152).