The Centennials have traversed one of the most difficult years ever alongside our various supporters who allow us to do all that we do.
by Merritt Herald | May 15, 2022
Bass Coast Festival is returning after a long two and a half years and we are very excited to finally bring the festival back.
by Merritt Herald | Apr 18, 2022
Editor, This is part two of an earlier Public Service Announcement, regarding the upcoming Merritt...
by Merritt Herald | Apr 11, 2022
If one compares the full cycle of electric vehicles (EVs) from manufacture, use and destruction/recycling they aren’t much better than internal combustion engine (ICE) alternatives.
by Merritt Herald | Feb 8, 2022
Rev. Isabel Healy-Morrow would like the public to know that grants are available for flood victims through St. Michael’s Anglican Church.
by Merritt Herald | Jan 31, 2022
Literacy Merritt sends a thank you to the community for a successful Unplug and Play Family Literacy Week.
by Merritt Herald | Jan 13, 2022
Samaritan’s Purse has finished their work in Merritt, and wanted to give one last thank you to the community.
by Merritt Herald | Dec 30, 2021
A reader inquires as to how to fix the ongoing problem of flooding within Merritt.
by Merritt Herald | Dec 13, 2021
11-year old Aiden van Rensburg gives his and his family’s account of the last two years of pandemic and disaster to strike Merritt and BC.
by Merritt Herald | Nov 1, 2021
The auxiliary sends out a thank-you to those who have donated their can tabs.
by Merritt Herald | Oct 18, 2021
Despite her credentials and experience, a list longer than and spanning more years than many of us have been alive for, Lizette Nel has invested herself in her passion, her students, her community, the people by whom she is surrounded, those who love dance but can’t or couldn’t dance for whatever reason as well as those who turned their passion into a career.
by Merritt Herald | Jul 23, 2021
A local resident gives her thanks to the hard-working employees at the recycling depot in a letter to the editor.