• Province: it ain’t Sunny

    Stop me if you've heard this one before. The only reason the provincial media would send a news crew to the Nicola Valley is

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  • Where’s the wood?

    We have just one questin to pose to both Minister of Forests Gordon Wilson and Yale-Lillooet MLA Harry Lali: "where's the wood?"

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  • Correction on letter to the editor

    A letter printed on Page 8 of the Jan. 24 edition of the Merritt Herald, titled “Merritt hockey fans too loud” was mistakenly identified. The letter writer, Norma Tremblay, should have been identified as being a resident...

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  • Who’s making money on natural gas prices?

    Baby, it's cold outside and natural gas is expensive. British Columbians face massive increases in the cost of natural gas, and there may be further large increase on the way. Especially for those with low incomes, it's...

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  • A prayer in memory of Shelleena Walters

    Shelleena was a beautiful person, with a good sense of humor, and a cheerful smile. She was very energetic, athletic, hyper and loving.

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  • Fire reporting sensationalized

    Readers upset with way other media outlets have covered the tragic Lower Nicola fire, and make plea to the Merritt Herald.

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  • ROBBIE BURNS/Highland dancing

    Paula Beech dances in the highland style during the 2001 Robbie Burns Supper held at the Civic Centre for the first time. Despite the larger venue, the dinner was once again sold out for the dinner which...

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  • His and her cancers: prostate and breast

    Along with his and her towels, his and her cars, his and her razors, his and her negligees, please add his and her cancers. The prostate and the breast, both capable of harboring hormone-sensitive cancers, possess some...

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  • Local money India-bound

    Merritt Sunrise Rotary member Das Kandola had planned his trip to India before the massive earthquake hit one of the world's most populous countries, but his trip was made all the more urgent after the news of...

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  • Ice in their veins

    Considered an essential part of the Canadian childhood experience, it could give Mary Poppins a run for her money in the child-minding department. It is the homemade skating rink. Shovel off a pond or flood the lawn - give...

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