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Karin Argoud’s reports on Travis Rogers and the Napa High Choir Program

Travis Rogers was the inspiration for this piece.  I was truly moved when I took my daughter through his class ( on a high school tour) and heard with my own ears the souls of the students through their voices, and saw with my own eyes- the desire and passion for singing that Travis Rogers taught these young students. 


Karin Argoud reports live from the Napa County Fairgrounds in Calistoga. A look at what’s become a mini city within the Fairgrounds

Calistoga Mayor Chris Canning, and Napa County Superintendent of Education Barbara Nemko contribute to the story. 

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Karin Argoud reports on President Obama’s plan for Community College for all

In an effort to increase low wages and skills among Americans, President Obama has proposed a plan to make Community College available to all.  Karin Argoud reports for on what this might mean for Napa and Napa Valley College.  

Napa has a haven from Toxic Toys

What’s hot and what’s not and what toxic this year in Toys?   Napa Broadcasting Special Correspondent Karin Argoud gets the latest from California’s Public Interest Research Group’s (CALPIRG ) annual report and talks with local Toy store owner Darren Turbeville of  Toy B Ville in Napa. Tuberville is a tall young man, that loves what he does and is a big believer in buying green and locally.  Turbeville takes your child play, very seriously.

Napa is a beehive of activity…in more ways than you know. NAPAbroadcasting Special Correspondent Karin Argoud reports:

With commercial honey bees dying off from pesticides and diseases, Napa resident Rob Keller –  is a man on a mission to save the honey bee.  He has become one of the leading advocates for bees in his area by using his methods of strengthening the genetics of local bee populations by breeding bees with the strongest DNA and by passing his vision on to the next generation through awareness and education. special correspondent Karin Argoud has this story: