Heather Jordan of Elmwood Stock Farm in Scott County sold greens in 2012 at the Lexington Farmers Market at Broadway and Maxwell Street.
Heather Jordan of Elmwood Stock Farm in Scott County sold greens in 2012 at the Lexington Farmers Market at Broadway and Maxwell Street. David Perry Herald-Leader staff file photo
Heather Jordan of Elmwood Stock Farm in Scott County sold greens in 2012 at the Lexington Farmers Market at Broadway and Maxwell Street. David Perry Herald-Leader staff file photo

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  • Blessing of the Hounds opens hunting season

    Historic southern Fayette County is home to the Iroquois Hunt Club, the third-oldest hunt club in the nation, and on the first Saturday of November, the club hosted the longstanding tradition of the Blessing of the Hounds.