COVID-19 has inevitably negatively affected the fight against HIV / AIDS, TB and malaria. 22% less HIV testing and significant increase in TB and malaria deaths.
by Merritt Herald | May 16, 2022
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 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 | Nov 1, 2021
The auxiliary sends out a thank-you to those who have donated their can tabs.
by Merritt Herald | Oct 12, 2021
A pair of Good Samaritans from Merritt came to the rescue recently at the Kamloops Costco store.
by Merritt Herald | Oct 8, 2021
The residents of Brookmere send out a collective heartfelt thanks to the crews that kept the community safe during wildfire season.
by Merritt Herald | Oct 1, 2021
In a letter to the editor, a reader comments on the ongoing dispute about commercial trucks on Hwy. 5A.
by Merritt Herald | Sep 24, 2021
A reader argues that challenges to the Charter of Rights and Freedom may come on the back of the vaccine mandate.
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.
by Merritt Herald | Jun 2, 2021
A letter to the editor considers how people of varying races/backgrounds are treated differently.
by Merritt Herald | Apr 21, 2021
There are sound arguments why it is time to appoint an Indigenous jurist to the Supreme Court of Canada.
by Merritt Herald | Apr 8, 2021
One concerned citizen writes in about the topic of the TNRD Board’s alcohol being paid for by the tax payer at certain events.