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The upcoming election on Tuesday, April 4 will feature several tax-related issues. Voters can decide on issues and propositions – two for Polk County, and one each for the Bolivar R-1 school district, the City of Bolivar, and the City of Humansville. more
Local elections in Polk County are set for Tuesday, April 4. Several boards and other races will be on the ballot. more
Those new to their offices assumed their duties on Jan. 1, 2023. more
Polk County Democrats will be hosting their upcoming monthly meeting on Oct. 17, at Smith's Restaurant.  Dinner is optional at 6 p.m. followed by the meeting at 6:30 p.m. Our guest speaker is … more
The absentee ballots for the November General Election will be ready for voting on Tuesday, Sept. 27.  The Polk County Clerk’s office will be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday-Friday and … more
Polk County Republican Women will hold their monthly meeting Wednesday, Oct. 5. State Representative Mike Stephens will speak about the four different amendments that will be appearing on the Nov. 8, … more
The Polk County Republican Women will hold their monthly meeting Wednesday, September 7.  First Lady Teresa Parson will be on hand to give an update on her initiatives and recent economic … more
Vickie Culver, Kermit Hargis, Sarah Hatfield and Mary Jane Hubbert serving the community at the Tuesday, Aug. 2 election. A full day for workers, and for Mary Jane Hubbert this is a job she has … more
The Polk County Republican Summer Ice Cream Social, "Meet the Candidates Event," will be at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 28, at Dunnegan Park in the first Pavilion. Everyone is invited to meet the … more
The Polk County Clerk’s office will be open from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 30, for those wishing to cast absentee ballots for Tuesday’s Aug. 2, primary election. The deadline for … more
The names on Polk County’s August primary ballot are officially set in stone.  According to Polk County Clerk Rachel Lightfoot, filing for the Tuesday, Aug. 2, primary election ended … more
The general election cycle this spring seemed to be all about the school boards — particularly in the Bolivar R-1 school district.   An incumbent and board newcomer walked away … more
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