A roundup of recent high school wrestling results involving Napa Valley teams.
There was no slow start for the Calistoga High football team this time, as the Wildcats scored 28 points in each half to rout Roseland University Prep in their homecoming game Friday night.
Sometimes how many matches you have under your belt is more of an advantage than how many wins.
TikTok creator @niki_patton has seen a few dorm rooms since she’s entering her senior year of college. Her must haves include a cheap rug that you can leave behind when you move out, closet hangers, and extra storage bins.
The 106 St. Helena High School seniors who “lived a lifetime in four short years,” as the class president put it, graduated Friday in a socially distanced ceremony at the football field.
Napa County will release names of nursing homes experiencing COVID outbreaks.
A coalition of California prosecutors have sued Brookdale Senior Living Inc., which operates facilities across the country, including one in Napa.
California last week agreed to vaccinate everyone over age 65 in the tier following health care workers and those in long-term care.
The Calistoga Police Officer’s Association has joined with Rianda House to create a Senior Giving Tree, for any senior in our community.
Liesl Wolf Heinemann studied how consumers perceive the smell of mildew in wine. Her paper won the national championship in a recent FFA competition.
Whether college football players play a lot in the fall, a little in the spring or not at all over the next 10 months, some athletic administr…
John Henry talks to two theater students from St. Helena High School.
The Napa County Farm Bureau Foundation announced the 2020 scholarship recipients. Recognize any names?
AmCan HS seniors took top honors at the NVC Youth Entrepreneurship Business Plan Competition. Recognize anyone you know?
John Henry Martin begins a series of profiles of graduating high school seniors who have excelled in the arts.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Seniors trickled through the front doors of the high school Tuesday — some for the last time ever — to clean out their lockers and give their final goodbyes.
State Senate President Steve Sweeney, D-Salem, Gloucester, Cumberland, joined colleagues across the aisle this week to urge the governor to allow high school seniors to graduate in person this spring despite social distancing regulations in place due to COVID-19.
Even in normal times, signing up for Part B could be tricky for people who worked past age 65 and kept their workplace coverage. Closures of local Social Security offices during the coronavirus pandemic have added to complications for some seniors. Get caught up on the latest pandemic news.
Egg Harbor Township High School senior Timothy Medina hadn’t acted since middle school, but he was set to make his theatrical comeback as Grantaire in the spring musical production of “Les Miserables.” The excitement was cut short when school closed last month in response to the outbreak of COVID-19.