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Gov. Cooper lifts some restrictions

POLK COUNTY—As high school football starts this week in North Carolina, Governor Roy Cooper has eased some restrictions for several venues, including for sports.  Read more

17 hours ago by Leah Justice.

New monthly newsletter

COLUMBUS—Area residents can now sign up for a monthly newsletter the Polk County Sheriff’s Office is producing.  Read more

17 hours ago by Leah Justice.

Outdoor gathering

SALUDA—The Saluda Board of Commissioners discussed during its February meeting a permit to allow a music festival on May 15 and heard from several residents.  Read more

17 hours ago by Leah Justice.

Cleaning off the gridiron 

After a 15-month hiatus, a football game was finally played at Tennant Stadium. The Polk County JV team hosted the Hendersonville Bearcats in a game ... Read more

17 hours ago by Submitted article.

Polk Middle rebounds with victory at Rugby

Polk Middle rebounded from Monday’s loss to Hendersonville Middle with an emphatic 4-1 victory Wednesday at Rugby Middle. Read more

17 hours ago by Submitted article.

Governor increases attendance limit for outdoor sporting events

High school sports fans can soon begin to return to outdoor events in larger numbers. Read more

17 hours ago by Submitted article.

Fulfilling a dream

The dream formed almost as soon as Caelan Gaul began playing soccer will become reality in a few short months. Read more

17 hours ago by Submitted article.

Polk County Sheriff’s Citizens Academy Class well worth the time

I recently completed the 40-hour Sheriff’s Citizens Academy Class 2020-2021. I would like to commend the entire Polk County Sheriff’s Department for an outstanding achievement ... Read more

17 hours ago by Submitted article.

Polk County District Court results

During Polk County District Court on Feb. 10, 2021 at 9 a.m., with Judge Kim Justice presiding, 29 cases were heard. Some cases were continued, ... Read more

17 hours ago by Leah Justice.

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

6 days ago by Leah Justice.

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