Louisiana Pacific Corp. announced plans to cut jobs at the company’s plant in Roaring River Thursday in connection with a shift in production there.
An information session on NC AgVentures, which provides grants to North Carolina farmers and community groups for new and innovative agricultural project ideas that increase profits, is from 4–5 p.m. Wednesday at the Wilkes Cooperative Extension office in Wilkesboro.
The new horticulture agent in the Wilkes Cooperative Extension Service brings strong experience in agriculture - both as a producer and helping others produce.
Thomas Brothers Meat Processing on Thomas Street, North Wilkesboro, has been acquired by its largest customer, Seth Church and his business, Wilkes County-based Apple Brandy Beef LLC.
On Wednesday, Lowe's Companies Inc. reported net earnings of $1.7 billion and earnings per share of $2.14 for the quarter ending Aug. 2, up from $1.5 billion and of $1.86 in the second quarter of 2018.
An invasive insect from Asia that has killed tens of millions of ash trees nationwide is in Wilkes County, announced the N.C. Forest Service on Tuesday.
The Golden LEAF Foundation has awarded a $63,000 grant to the Wilkes Economic Development Corp. for buying agricultural equipment for Wilkes County farmers to rent at reduced prices.
One of two Capital Bank offices in Wilkes County is among 22 branch banks being closed by the parent company, Memphis-Tenn.-based First Horizon National Corp.
A Wilkes County native who practices law in Raleigh was recently named a “Rising Star” by “Super Lawyers Magazine,” an honor only 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state receive.
Lowe’s Companies Inc. announced today that the Lowe’s customer support center in Wilkesboro will lose about 680 positions, with about 600 going to the Lowe’s headquarters in Mooresville and about 80 to the company’s data center in Winston-Salem.
Wilkes County farmers have until 9 a.m. March 17 to apply for free seed through the Spring Pasture Renovation Seed Initiative to replant pastures damaged by heavy rain associated with Hurricanes Florence and Michael, said Wilkes Cooperative Extension Director John Cothren.
A man who sold his Raleigh-based software company in May so he could focus on helping prison inmates succeed in business spoke at the recent Wilkes Chamber of Commerce Membership Celebration at the Walker Center.