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After weeks of nominations the Polk County Historical Association has announced its Top 10 Historic Wonders in the county.
Support the safety and health of children in our community by joining in the annual Polk County Child Abuse Prevention Walk on Friday at Sterns Park in Columbus.
Starting this week, artwork by Polk County students is brightening the halls of the Bryant H. Womack Building.
Polk County Animal Control will hold a Rabies Clinic Saturday, April 28 at the Mill Spring Volunteer Fire Dept. in Mill Spring.
To further enhance the arts in Polk County by helping the process of local arts organizations receiving state arts grants, Tryon Fine Arts Center is seeking to become a N.C. Arts Council Designated County Partner.
An Opioid and Substance Misuse Forum organized by Polk County Local Government will be held from 5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 20 at Polk County Middle School.

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Deadline to register for Polk County Health and Wellness Coalition’s Wellness Challenge is Sept. 30

The deadline for registering for the annual Polk County Health and Wellness Coalition's Wellness Challenge is Wednesday, Sept. 30.

Governor orders NC flags be lowered today to half-staff in honor of Henderson Co. Deputy Sheriff Ryan Hendrix

The governor ordered North Carolina flags be lowered to half-staff in honor of Henderson County Deputy Sheriff Ryan Hendrix who died in the line of duty.

POW/MIA banners will be flown Sept. 18 in Polk County for sacrifices made defending the U.S.

POW/MIA banners will be flown in Polk County on Friday, Sept. 18, 2020.

Polk County Health and Human Services Agency, community partners encouraging flu vaccines through ‘Ask Me’ campaign

Through the "Ask Me" campaign, the Polk County Health and Human Services Agency and other partners are encouraging flu vaccines.

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