The Napa Valley Register editorial board explains its function as it relaunches.
Executive Editor Dan Evans talks about the members of the newly reconstituted editorial board.
The Napa Valley Register had its first open house in a long time on Wednesday. Executive Editor Dan Evans reflect on how it all went.
Editor Dan Evans with the conclusion of a recent trip to Los Angeles to attend the memorial of a friend. Will he run into his ex-wife?
Editor Dan Evans talks about a recent trip to Monterey and a surprising reason as to why he has to travel to Los Angeles.
Editor Dan Evans talks about some changes coming to the paper's format, announces an upcoming open house as well as a restarting of the editorial board.
Editor Dan Evans continues talks about his own experiences with college debt and why the decision to cancel $10,000 of it for Americans is a good thing.
We need to know about wonderful experiences before they happen so that we all may know about them. We appreciate the coverage of these experiences that the Napa Valley Register has given us. We would like to know about them ahead of time.
We are at risk for loss of additional well productivity, subsidence, loss of plants, animals, and beautiful rivers and streams. For individual well owners and waterways, this delay may well bring devastating outcomes that could easily be avoided with an early response.
Napa citizens, it appears as if we’ve been pranked by New Belgium Brewing Company.
It would be nice to see the Napa County planning department and supervisors do their job for the people.
The UC Master Gardeners of Napa County are taking applications for the Class of 2023 now. The deadline to apply is Sept. 20.
We encourage anyone who has not had the opportunity to stop in, to come by and see the exhibit by Sept. 24.
We need to be proactive, not reactive when it comes to wildfires.
I’m outraged that we just keep clearcutting our city and county heritage trees in town and up on the water shed. I know this is not going to end well for our human species either.
The number of senseless decisions by the Napa County Supervisors during my past quarter century residence here would eat up my entire allotted space. The perplexing severance pay rationale by which in closed session they released the county’s CEO Mr. Tran is the latest.
Why would anyone find fault in now-former CEO Minh Tran looking for greener and presumably more sane employment opportunities?
The big question here is why did the board terminate the contract?
Extreme temperatures and weather events are quickly becoming the new normal thanks to human-caused climate change.
I have no issues with that. We should move on if one of our employees is not laser focused on the business of Napa County. But do we really need to continue to pay him for 18 months at a cost $467,028 in base pay?
I want to recognize and honor a treasure in our community, Marti Brennan.
I have been having a dilemma on the laws of nature.
I would like to invite interested community members to join the Napa County Library Foundation Board.
Interesting article in the Register by Penny Pawl about olive trees in Napa County.
Misguided efforts to turn average citizens into faux investigators only feeds a false narrative that our election process is faulty. This is like a warning of fire when there is no smoke.