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Shakespeare & Friends to present popular musical in June

Shakespeare & Friends, a Tryon-based theater group, recently announced it will produce Jason Robert Brown’s musical The Last ...

Arts

Tryon Arts & Crafts School announces upcoming gallery events

TRYON—Tryon Arts & Crafts School (TACS) recently announced it will present an exciting lineup of gallery events, culminating ...

Arts

Hines publishes book on Dark Corner, signing scheduled for May 24

TRYON—Tryon Daily Bulletin columnist Drew Hines has written a book published by the History Press entitled “Hidden History ...

Education

LLCA seniors awarded scholarships

Congratulations to Lake Lure Classical Academy Class of 2024 seniors Danae Roos, Malorie Upton and Westyn Woodard on ...

Community

Visit to historic Huckleberry Ridge Cemetery planned for June

On Saturday, June 1, the Arledge clan will cross the Green River to visit Huckleberry Ridge Cemetery.     The ...

News

Runoff elections for Republican primaries come to a close

Weatherman and Boliek progress to November elections COLUMBUS—Polk County voters took to the polls on Tuesday to cast ...

Community

Looking for a new furry friend? Adopt a dog for free at Foothills Humane Society during May

POLK COUNTY—During the month of May, Foothills Humane Society in Columbus is offering free adoption of dogs and ...

Community

Community Yard Sale at FENCE set for June 1

FENCE’s annual Community Yard Sale will return on Saturday,  June 1. The event will begin at  8 a.m., ...

Arts

Upstairs Artspace to showcase photographs of “American spaces”

Reflections on Deep South, Upstate New York in summer show   TRYON—Tema Stauffer, a photographer whose work examines ...

Community

Steps to Hope offers empowerment opportunities for all ages

COLUMBUS—In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, Steps to Hope acknowledges the vital link between mental health and ...

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Works from former art teacher on display at local gallery

TRYON—The Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross is featuring the works of much-loved artist Clara Rogers in its ...

Community

Williams’ Family Reunion to be held in June

The annual Williams’ Family Reunion will be held on Saturday, June 22, at noon at the Harmon Field ...

Business

“This town is all about family”: Columbus honors Paul’s Barber Shop on its 25th anniversary 

COLUMBUS—This week, the Town of Columbus honored Paul’s Barber Shop with a proclamation for its 25th year in ...

News

Polk County Board of Commissioners discuss 2024-2025 budget

COLUMBUS—The Polk County Board of Commissioners called a special meeting on Monday, May, at 9 a.m. for the ...

Business

Seven-year-old entrepreneur sells eggs at Columbus Farmers Market

COLUMBUS—As the Summer Columbus Markets kick off this month, they’ve welcomed several new and old vendors to 40 ...

Arts

The Creators Vault opens at S. Trade St. 

TRYON—Symphony Akinloye might not be out of college yet, but that hasn’t stopped the rising senior at Spelman ...

Education

Tryon Elementary closed Tuesday due to power outage

TRYON—On Tuesday, May 14, a power outage at the Tryon Elementary campus prompted officials to close the school ...

Arts

Mountains to the Sea Jazz Series concludes with ‘Jazz and Poetry’ 

TRYON—Tryon Fine Arts Center will conclude its Mountains to the Sea Jazz Series with Jazz and Poetry on ...

Arts

The Foothills Music Club celebrates 35 years

The Foothills Music Club met on Thursday, May 9, at the home of Jeanette Comer. The theme for ...

Community

Inaugural Columbus Spring Festival takes place downtown

COLUMBUS—The first-ever Columbus Spring Festival took place on Saturday, May 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on ...