To help keep all local farmers and citizens safe, Polk County’s upcoming Ag Safety Awareness Program week from Feb. 28 through March 6 will focus on the importance of paying extra attention and slowing down on the roads for tractors and other slower moving farm vehicles.
The law enforcement efforts of Polk County’s Sheriff Office will help keep Polk County students safer in the future
Polk County is upgrading equipment and furniture at the primary and back-up E-911 Communications Centers with funds from NCDIT's 911 Fund.
Polk County Receives Increase in First Dose Supply Good morning: The past several weeks have showcased the resiliency of our community and region. After learning our supply of COVID-19 vaccine had been reduced significantly from what we had been receiving, our community healthcare partners, St. Luke's Hospital and Blue Ridge Health, quickly reached out to their networks to find additional supply for the community. With their efforts we were able to...
The Polk County Board of Commissioners approved funding to improve public safety radio communication countywide by connecting with Henderson County's Nexedge System.
The Polk County Division of Public Health has announced that all FIRST dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments Feb. 17 and 18 have been postponed due to vaccine shipping delays related to weather.
With federal Rural Digital Opportunity Fund grants, Charter Communications is expanding broadband availability in Polk County.
The Polk County Historical Association Museum highlighted Saluda's 140th birthday on Feb. 1.


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