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Thursday's news: What you missed while you were at work. [Read More]
PG&E has started installing sectionalizing devices that could limit the number of Calistoga customers west of the Napa River who are impacted during a PSPS... [Read More]
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Even after the state lifted coronavirus restrictions on June 15, some changes such as outdoor dining and to-go drinks will likely remain in many California... [Read More]
Don't miss Wednesday's most popular stories from Napa Valley Register. [Read More]
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A collective of family wineries has come together to form Mia Carta tasting room in downtown Napa. [Read More]
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That means two of the nine statewide seats are now filled by Napa County prosecutors. [Read More]
Wednesday afternoon, the class of 2021 graduated from Napa High School. Recognize anyone you know? [Read More]
Browse through the latest employment postings on https://napavalleyregister.com/jobs and find your next career. [Read More]
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Letter from the City Manager: While we will not fully recover from the pandemic for several years, we are on the right track and will... [Read More]
Sugar sells, writes Dan Berger, and this is leading to a widespread use of sugar in wines that once were dry, but which now aren't?... [Read More]
Wine tasting is both simple and highly complex. How do you go about getting the most out of a glass of wine? [Read More]
LHI/OptumServe closed its Calistoga testing site Wednesday morning due to heat. [Read More]
Calistoga officials are expecting a return to normal financial times in the coming year. [Read More]
The city is moving forward with plans to update bypass operations at Kimball Reservoir to minimize adverse conditions faced by native fishes and their habitat. [Read More]
The city has approved several road repair projects including Washington, Cedar, Berry and Grant Streets, and adding two stop signs at Washington and Lake Streets. [Read More]
The city has approved several road repair projects including Washington, Cedar, Berry and Grant Streets, and adding two stop signs at Washington and Lake Streets. [Read More]
Get a recap of Tuesday's local news stories from Napa Valley Register. [Read More]
Without accountability, the employment department's future does not look bright. [Read More]
Letters: Napa County's arguments promote a false narrative. [Read More]
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