Abandoned shopping carts have become a growing problem in Merritt for the past few years.
by Jake Courtepatte | Oct 27, 2023
Resale Therapy on Quilchena Avenue is a vintage-lover’s dream.
by Laísa Condé | Oct 19, 2023
Small businesses looking to get off the ground can benefit greatly from joining Merritt’s Chamber of Commerce.
by Merritt Herald | Sep 25, 2023
Merritt Movie Experts is closing its doors at the end of this month after almost two decades.
by Marius Auer | Sep 14, 2023
The Nicola Valley and District Food Bank is one step closer to establishing a new home in...
by Marius Auer | Aug 22, 2023
Morning Glory Maven offers fresh, pesticide-free, and local flower arrangements including daily bundles, bereavement bundles, wedding flowers, and bespoke orders.
by Marius Auer | Aug 14, 2023
Rebuilding of Merritt’s athletic track is well underway, with a number of improvements coming for track and field users following the destruction of the original six-lane oblong track during the November 2021 flooding event.
by Marius Auer | Jul 31, 2023
A report to Merritt City Council at its most recent regular meeting shows that the number of visitors stopping in the Nicola Valley is up overall through the first six months of 2023.
by Marius Auer | Jul 28, 2023
A Kamloops resident is $35 million richer after matching all seven numbers on Tuesday’s (July 25) Lotto Max draw.
by Marius Auer | Jun 13, 2023
A group of logging contractors from the Nicola Valley have penned a letter to the provincial government regarding concerns with the province’s cutting permit referral process and high stumpage fees, along with economic and environmental worries over wildfire affected timber being left unharvested.
by Marius Auer | Jun 9, 2023
More than $7000 was raised through the Merritt Tim Hortons location this year through the sale of the beaming baked goods.
by Marius Auer | May 19, 2023
When the Merritt & District Chamber of Commerce re-launched the popular Quilchena Street Markets in 2022 after a pandemic pause, residents came out in full force to show their support.
by Marius Auer | May 9, 2023
While entrepreneurship can often feel like a plunge, with business owners needing to drop everything to focus on their new business, a returning program by Community Futures Nicola Valley (CFNV) looks to give local entrepreneurs a chance to dip their toe in the water.
by Merritt Herald | Mar 3, 2023
The 2023 B.C. budget has been released, and government said it focuses on creating affordable housing, growing a clean economy, providing health and mental-health care, and creating opportunities—especially for those most affected by global inflation—to access help with costs.
by Marius Auer | Feb 24, 2023
Two weeks after their first demonstration and no new cutting permits later, Aspen Planers employees and local forestry contractors gathered once again today to deliver their message to the Ministry of Forest: “free the permits!”
by Izaiah Reyes | Feb 15, 2023
The Circle of Sisters+ women’s conference is a three day event taking place in NVIT, on March 3-5.