• Right and wrong lost in the grey

    Sitting in my warm office as the RCMP report came off the fax, a cold shiver ran up my spine as I read the news about the theft of the collection being taken at Woods Family Restaurant...

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  • Legislature raid worries

    I don't know if anyone has done anything wrong, but I do know that the police raid on the legislature is terrible for the Liberal government.

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  • Don’t forget pets when mercury drops

    Cold temperatures, biting winds and snow have slammed parts of Canada recently putting many pets in danger says The Humane Society of Canada. Every year many pets suffer and even die from the harsh weather common for...

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  • Desire for new year realities

    As we approached Christmas Day, I wrote about a reality that is missing from many people's lives. Christmas is about real people experiencing real encounters with God. As shepherds and wisemen saw Jesus and honored him, we...

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  • Leafing through the pages of another year

    Another year to tear from our thinning calendars. A year full, as usual, with appointments and disappointments, with glee and glitches, with learning new things and making new friends and saying goodbye to old ones. ...

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  • Sports Year in Review 2003

    It was a very busy sports year in and around Merritt and the Nicola Valley, a year filled with both highs and lows for a broad range of individuals, teams and organizations. The following review has been...

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  • Cents’ sizzle turns to fizzle

    What happened! The Merritt Centennials, riding a 6-1-3 record in the final ten games leading up to the Christmas break, and closing in on fourth place in the Interior Division standings, came crashing down to earth on...

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  • Year in Review

    Who could have predicted the events of 2003: a city councillor in trouble with the law, the province trying to sell the Coquihalla - but backing down - mad cow and drought, wildfires, Canadian Tire and the...

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  • First Night celebrations

    The City of Merritt is presenting the community with an afternoon and evening of entertainment and activities that the entire family can come and share for free on Dec. 31st.

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  • Cattlemen’s association hopes for full recovery of beef trade

    The Canadian Cattlemen's Association hopes the temporary suspension on imports of some U.S. beef products will soon be resolved and a full recovery of trade in beef and live cattle will occur between Canada and the United...

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