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Napa Valley College Board of Trustees – District 1

Dan Digardi          

 

Jennifer Baker      

Napa Valley College Board of Trustees – District 6

Rosaura Segura          

Debbie Alter-Starr      

Napa City Council

Scott Sedgley          

 

Mary Luros      

 

Doris Gentry      

image John Tuteur Rings the Opening Bell

John Tuteur talks ballot mailings, tracking and counting as his office gets ready for November 8th. 

image A Community of Support for Teens

Linda Inlay, Jeni Olson and Michele Farhat talk about a new effort by educators, mental health professionals and parents to create a community of support for teens suffering from stress, anxiety and depression. 

image How Critical is Measure D for St. Helena?

St. Helena City Manager JENNIFER PHILLIPS outlines just how dire St. Helena’s financial situation is. Years of bad management and bad decisions have finally come home to roost and even bankruptcy has to be on the table if Measure D does not pass. 

image How One NIMBY Can Destroy Twenty-Four Years of Work

Debbie and Curt Gore have lost their business, DJ’s Growing Place and Michael Imfeld is the trigger man.  After putting the couple through a painful and arduously long and totally unnecessary City Council process and preventing proper signage they have to close the business.   Here is their story

They invite you to check out their final sale at their Trancas location, behind the Food Mill.

image Veterans Resource Forum and Town Hall

Assemblymember Bill Dodd will host a Veterans Resource Fair and Town Hall at Napa Valley College on Tuesday, September 13th.  Dodd tells NAPAbroadcasting a little about the upcoming event. 

image Just how dangerous is it to work at Napa State Hospital?

Several months ago we spoke with Dr. Stephen Seager, who has worked as a psychiatrist at Napa State Hospital for more than four years.  While he applauds the care that’s given to the patients, he argues that Napa State is a very violent place.  A place where psychotic and  dangerous criminals are mixed with the staff and the general hospital population.  Dr. Seager has written about his experiences in “Behind the Gates of Gomorrah: A Year with the Criminally Insane.”  Here is our conversation with Dr. Seager.