For their afternoon map today, mental_floss did a Google query for each state, asking “Why does [state] …” and labeled each state with, I presume, the top autocomplete. With a caveat.
To stay on topic, we disregarded questions that referred to the state's sports team instead of the state itself (except for Alabama, because apparently that's all they search for). It's also worth noting for Georgia that the Googlers probably meant "counties" instead of "countries." Maybe?
You can see the large version here. Maybe you can answer the question for your state. Kentucky and Tennessee have two time zones because they are horizontal states, and the time line as continued from the states above and below cuts them in half. It would be just weird to move the time line border so far in either direction.
(Image credit: Chloe Effron)