Due to the need for more complex construction work on Highway 1 between Golden and Castle Junction, a full closure of this stretch will be done from noon on Sept. 26, 2022, until 6 a.m. on Dec. 1.
by KTWDigital | Sep 1, 2022
A Merritt man who spent 26 years in prison for a murder conviction that was reviewed by federal Justice Department will be allowed to move to the Kamloops area, a B.C. Supreme court judge has ruled.
by Marius Auer | Aug 26, 2022
A fire broke out at a business in the downtown core on the morning of August 24, with flames visible from the back of the UK Spice Cuisine restaurant on Quilchena Avenue.
by Marius Auer | Aug 16, 2022
Nearly eight months after it was destroyed by flood waters, causing the entire City of Merritt to be evacuated, the public works department opened the valves to its new Rapid Infiltration Basin.
by Izaiah Reyes | Jul 15, 2022
Forest Enhancement Society of BC (FESBC) awarded close to $250,000 in funding to the Lower Nicola Indian Band (LNIB) for the removal of wildfire risks.
by Marius Auer | Jul 14, 2022
The B.C. Wildfire Service (BCWS) continues to respond to a new wildfire near the Village of Lytton, a community which was almost entirely destroyed by wildfire last summer.
by Marius Auer | Jul 13, 2022
Councillor Brian Holmes of the Upper Nicola Band (UNB), sustainability scholars from the University of British Columbia, and representatives of Living Lakes Canada recently gathered at Nicola Lake to discuss culturally and archaeologically significant areas of the lake’s foreshore, and perform a mock survey of the lake.
by Marius Auer | Jun 30, 2022
The Province of BC looks to support local honey producers, bees and keepers alike, by announcing a new round of funding through their Bee BC program, supporting BC’s hard working pollinators.
by Izaiah Reyes | Jun 29, 2022
The Province is halting plans announced last month to rebuild the Royal British Columbia Museum (RBCM).