A story told by poet Claudia Rankine has Napa Valley Register Editor Sean Scully thinking about the role of race in our society.
Letter: Voting for one can be used as a tactic, but I also see it as a reminder to exercise the right to vote as one chooses.
Letter: City Council candidate Spiro Makras has shown poor instincts and judgment. We have three other qualified candidates to vote for.
Letter: The Calistoga City Council needs to revisit the mobile home park rent control ordinance.
Commentary: Tom Brown asks if colleges and universities could operate for a few days without its president, administration or even faculty.
On Friday, Oct. 2, the Napa County Farm Bureau Foundation will host its annual BBQ drive thru pickup dinner in St. Helena supporting Napa Coun…
A robot writes an essay saying they, too, can't survive without the human connection.
Letter: Angwin's Tessa K. Henry says we need to open our eyes and change our behaviors to stop the threats to clean air and fresh water.
Calistoga artist Karen Lynn Ingalls shares stories about baseball great Tom Seaver's support and appreciation of the arts.
Calistoga Roastery owner Clive Richardson shares a fond story about one of his regular customers, Baseball Hall of Famer Tom Seaver.
Modern technology means newspapers are awash in data about their readers and how they interact with their stories, Editor Sean Scully says.
UpValley Family Centers is providing support for students and their families as schools engage in distance learning during the pandemic.
With heat, fire, smoke and virus, it is becoming increasingly difficult to be the Napa Valley tourists want us to be, wine educator Olivia L. …