LaPorte library’s temporary quarters to close Feb. 23; renovated main branch to reopen March 10

After being closed since May 2016 for major renovations, the main branch of the LaPorte County Public Library at 904 Indiana Ave. is scheduled to reopen on March 10, 2017. The main ... Continue Reading →

Holy Trinity rummage sale is Feb. 24-25

Holy Trinity Orthodox Church, 7396 W. Johnson Rd., will host its annual rummage sale on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 24-25, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Among items available will be clothes ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: Here’s a great reminder that we live in a beautiful place

Sure, LaPorte has things that need fixing; what community doesn’t? This photo sent to WNLP by Kenzi Carmel is a good reminder of the beauty we enjoy regularly via our lakes and parks ... Continue Reading →

Thanks so much for dropping by!

WNLP photos by Bob Wellinski (click to enlarge) As usual, Wellinski armed with camera always seems to be in the right place at the right time. He took these shots of one of ... Continue Reading →

Show your trivia skills for a good cause March 11

Team DeCamp will present a March Mayhem trivia competition on Saturday, March 11, at the LaPorte Civic Auditorium. (Don’t worry — they’re not all sports questions!) DeCamp’s ... Continue Reading →

New pill drop-off box installed at sheriff’s office

A new prescription pill drop box has been installed at the LaPorte County Sheriff’s Office, on the main floor of the LaPorte County Complex. The United States Postal Service donated ... Continue Reading →

“My hawk”: spectacular shots of a magnificent raptor

 Mary Ketchmark of Wanatah sent these beautiful photos titled “my hawk” to WNLP, with this information: “I have a hawk that comes to our tree in the ... Continue Reading →

Former CEO: Keep LaPorte Hospital at its present site

By Leigh Morris Heads wiser than mine have determined that we need to build a replacement structure for LaPorte Hospital. I hope that is both necessary and cost effective as compared ... Continue Reading →

Fern tells you how to plan a fascinating spring/summer experience: Tour Pine Lake Cemetery. (Really!)

By Fern Eddy Schultz, La Porte County Historian Now is a good time to plan some family activities for the upcoming spring and summer. One outdoor activity might be to tour some of ... Continue Reading →

Church youth join in Souper Bowl of Caring food/fund drive

The Presbyterian Church of LaPorte is partnering with a national organization to collect food and funds for Souper Bowl of Caring, an annual event on Super Bowl Sunday. Souper Bowl ... Continue Reading →