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Property forfeitures of $12,800

COLUMBUS—The Polk County Sheriff’s Office presented a check for $12,800 to the Polk County School Board Monday afternoon.  Read more

19 hours ago by Leah Justice.

Tryon selling Melrose Inn property

TRYON—The Town of Tryon is selling the property that used to be the Melrose Inn.  Read more

19 hours ago by Leah Justice.

Citizen of the year

TRYON—The Town of Tryon has decided to begin awarding a citizen of the year.  Read more

19 hours ago by Leah Justice.

Most small businesses

POLK COUNTY—A recent study from SmartAsset has ranked Polk County as the 7th in North Carolina for the most small businesses.  Read more

19 hours ago by Leah Justice.

Off to a good start 

Polk County Volleyball Club’s 12U squad made a successful debut. PCVC 12U competed in the SAVL Challenge Series event in Spartanburg. The team finished in ... Read more

19 hours ago by Submitted article.

Domestic violence executive joins board

B.J. Bayne, Executive Director of Steps to HOPE, has joined the Board of Directors for Polk County Health & Wellness Coalition. Read more

2 days ago by Submitted article.

The 100

Football games will look a bit different this spring for Polk County High School and Polk County Middle School. Read more

2 days ago by Submitted article.

Gov. McMaster signs fetal heartbeat bill

LANDRUM—South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster signed a bill Thursday that will prevent any woman from getting an abortion after a heartbeat is detected.  Read more

2 days ago by Leah Justice.

Campobello Police finds missing man

CAMPOBELLO—The Campobello Police Department found a 90-year old missing man out of Tennessee safely.  Read more

2 days ago by Leah Justice.

Polk adds another 37 COVID cases

POLK COUNTY—Polk County added another 37 cases of COVID-19 this week up to 1,335 from 1,298 last Friday.  Read more

2 days ago by Leah Justice.

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