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Polk Commissioners review history of Lake Adger purchase

With the investigation of selling Lake Adger now in full swing, Polk County Commissioners discussed this week the history of the purchase of the lake, ... Read more

U.S. 176 to open soon between Tryon, Saluda

U.S. 176 to open soon between Tryon, Saluda

Officials hope to re-open the section of U.S. Hwy. 176 between Tryon and Saluda by the end of next week, Feb. 19, after cleaning up ... Read more

Planning board left with vacancies after BOC did not reappoint two members

The Polk County Planning Board is left with two open seats after the majority of the board of commissioners did not reappoint recent planning board ... Read more

Polk puts referendum on ballot to change BOC terms to 4 years

Polk County voters will be asked this November if they want to change the terms of county commissioners to staggered four-year terms instead of the ... Read more

Emergency response exercise scheduled

The Rutherford Polk McDowell Health District along with Polk County Emergency Management will be conducting an emergency response exercise on Feb. 11, at Polk County ... Read more

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