The Merritt team has only one grade 12 student and her name is Yolanda Charlie.
by Izaiah Reyes | Jan 26, 2023
Tax incentive consultancy Catax reveals that the Merritt based SEI logistics secured $39,463 in tax credits after developing a portable solar panel that can be used in remote and harsh environments.
by Marius Auer | Jan 18, 2023
Emmanuelle Dugas has always had a passion for helping others achieve their health and wellness goals, with the local entrepreneur and massage therapist making her return to downtown Merritt by opening The Point Holistic Healing.
by Izaiah Reyes | Jan 13, 2023
Though the holiday season had just passed, electronic music festival Bass Coast is still in the spirit of giving. Releasing the sixth volume of their annual compilation album titled ‘12 Days’, the festival will once again donate proceeds to the Nicola Valley and District Food Bank, helping feed the people of Merritt, Bass Coast’s host city.
by Merritt Herald | Jan 6, 2023
Upon looking at the roster, one could spot #25, Gracie Graham, and see that she is a B.C. girl, hailing from Kelowna. However, what the roster stats do not tell you is that Graham has very deep roots in Merritt, where she started out her playing career.
by Izaiah Reyes | Dec 29, 2022
This coming March, she will have another go at the prestigious competition and will get the full experience of having an audience to showcase her hard earned physique.
by Izaiah Reyes | Dec 16, 2022
Following the approval of the Mount Mabel Wind Projects, wind energy development company MKI, continues to collect data and further develop their alternative energy project.
by Merritt Herald | Dec 14, 2022
As Christmas Day approaches, the St. Michael’s Anglican Church looks to bring Friendship Fridays back, starting with a turkey lunch on December 16.
by Marius Auer | Dec 14, 2022
Local author Bonnie Cowan looks to add to the cheer and good tidings for families in the Nicola Valley, releasing her annual Christmas tale just in time for winter break.