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Polls open today in Polk

Nov 3, 2014 • Tryon Daily Bulletin
Election polls are open in Polk County today with several important races to choose from. Early voting experienced heavy turnout with a total of 3,684 voting so far. Early, or one stop voting ended Saturday, Nov. 1 at three locations in the county ... More

Polk County Commissioner candidates

Oct 20, 2014 • Tryon Daily Bulletin
In 1992 I married Robin Nelson, a native of Hendersonville, N.C. Many of you may remember her from Mountain 1st Bank in Columbus, where she worked for 2 ½ years. In 1994, our first son, Lane was born. He attended Saluda Elementary School, Polk ... More

Knights' Langford wins 150th match

Nov 25, 2014 • USA TODAY High School Sports
The career record for Western North Carolina wrestling wins (205) belongs to 2009 Enka graduate Joe Shively, and Langford's older brother, Colby, has the North Henderson record (177). Langford is one of only four Knights wrestlers to surpass 150 wins. More

2014 Year in Review

Dec 30, 2014 • Tryon Daily Bulletin
74 near Columbus. Once in Polk County, law enforcement deployed stop sticks around the 167-mile marker. The driver of the vehicle being chased tried to avoid the stop sticks, swerved and hit the sticks with one side of the car, lost control and hit a ... More

Polk turns out almost 50 percent for general election

Nov 6, 2014 • Tryon Daily Bulletin
Green Creek had the third highest turnout at 49.6 percent, followed by Saluda in fourth at 49.3 percent, Columbus 7 (Polk County High School) at 48.4 percent, White Oak in sixth with 45 percent turnout and Coopers Gap in seventh at 42.6 percent voter ... More

Polk County buses equipped with cameras

Aug 20, 2014 • Tryon Daily Bulletin
Students attending Polk County Early College will be dropped off on the driveway leading to Polk County High School, not on Hwy. 108, and motorists ... The North Carolina law regarding stopping for buses is contained in General Statute 20-217. A person ... More

Getting to know you: Lt. Nicholas Stott

Nov 18, 2014 • Tryon Daily Bulletin
At a recent Columbus Town Council meeting, Police Chief Chris Beddingfield announced that Lt. Nicholas Stott had passed the certification test to become a drug recognition expert, or DRE. A DRE is a police officer trained to recognize impairment in ... More

Mountains to Molehills: Good read

Nov 7, 2014 • BlueRidgeNow.com
Bill Kofoed of Bat Cave just finished reading Terry Ruscin's latest book, “Glimpses of Henderson County North Carolina” and believes it is a must read for anyone interested in the history of the area. “The 223-page ... LAST BUT NOT LEAST: Members of ... More

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