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Polk sheriff’s office finds 10th meth lab of year, page 6 Tryon Daily Bulletin The World’s Smallest Daily Newspaper Vol. 85 / No. 230 Tryon, N.C. 28782 Friday, December 28, 2012 Only 50 cents YEAR IN REVIEW A look back at the top stories of 2012 starts on pg. 3. Right: Frank Lilly tends the vines at Overmountain Vineyards. His company was one of many featured on a new “Welcome to Polk County” video produced this year by the EDTC. (photo submitted) Bottom left: Tryon town clerk Susan Bell swears in Joey Davis as interim town manager. (photo by Leah Justice) Above: Mill Spring ag center began selling auditorium seats to raise funds for renovations. (photo submitted) South Carolina is allowing hunting without a license Jan. 4 and Jan. 5. The state Department of Natural Resources says South Carolina residents can hunt on public land or private land with permission but without filling out paperwork. The days are being held to introduce new people to hunting and the outdoors, said DNR officials. Existing season requirements and limits on the number of animals that can be killed will still be in effect. Bids too high for Columbus wastewater treatment plant Town working with low-bidder to renegotiate price by Leah Justice The Town of Columbus is going Serving Polk County and Upper Spartanburg and Greenville Counties to have to scale back its wastewater treatment plant upgrades after all bids came in over budget. The town opened bids for the project on Dec. 6 from five bid(Continued on page 4)


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