Polk County Public Libraries will be at the Saluda and Columbus farmers markets to give out some a seasoning pack and recipe ideas.
Polk County Economic Development will soon reach out to local businesses and non-profit organizations to get an understanding of how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected these businesses and non-profits. A postcard will be mailed next week that gives local businesses and non-profit organizations access to a 12-question online survey. The information from the survey will be used to possibly develop a local assistance program, which may include technical help or...
We The People. Three of the simpler words in the English language that when combined are immediately synonymous with one of the most important documents to our country. On September 17, the document that established the government and fundamental laws celebrates the 234th anniversary of the drafting at the Constitutional Convention. In an effort to urge the citizens of Polk County to study the Constitution and reflect on the privilege of being...
There’s now a way to check and see if your address will be one of the 1,350 locations across Polk County where broadband service will be available from Charter Communications through the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (“RDOF”). If you’re interested to see about your address, go to www.SpectrumRuralExpansion.com, where you will be prompted to type in your address to see if it is in a RDOF area and if it...
An upcoming family-friendly, community-wide fun event at Tryon’s Harmon Field will assist two local charities continue to assist families who experience food challenges.  The Carolina...
The Polk County Board of Commissioners has declared that September be recognized as Military Suicide Prevention Month as a way to bring attention to a growing national issue
Public libraries aren’t just for checking out books anymore and the new logo for Polk County Public Libraries will showcase this fact. “Literacy will always...
Polk County will again participate in Prisoner of War and Missing in Action Recognition Day with the black and white flag that symbolizes these soldiers flown over the Polk County Courthouse on Friday, September 17
September can be a difficult month for anyone who has lost a loved one to suicide, as this month is National Suicide Prevention Month
The upcoming Polk County Board of Commissioners meeting will have a special feel as the month of September has many opportunities for residents to support veterans and other patriotic activities

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