Everything from wine to whiskey (and plenty of music) in symphony’s A La Carte series

Information provided The LaPorte County Symphony Orchestra proudly presents its 4th annual “A La Carte” Fundraiser Series. “A La Carte” is a series of eight ... Continue Reading →

3 deputies to be honored Thursday for aiding veteran in need

Press release from the LaPorte County Sheriff’s Office: On Thursday, Nov. 12, three LaPorte County sheriff’s deputies will be recognized for the assistance they gave to ... Continue Reading →

Wanatah woman, 23, seriously injured in Sunday morning crash

A 23-year-old Wanatah woman was trapped beneath her vehicle after an accident on Ind. 39 just south of Joliet Road Sunday morning, March 8, 2015. Brooke Knight was found under her 1996 ... Continue Reading →

UPDATE: Service at least partially restored after massive phone outage that affected 911, hospital and more

A widespread Frontier phone problem silenced the emergency 911 system, the courthouse and hospital phone systems, and many businesses and offices throughout LaPorte County for the morning ... Continue Reading →

DOUBLE THE FUN: NEW PRAIRIE WINS CLASS 4A SEMISTATE! HEADING TO LUCAS OIL TO FACE NEW PALESTINE IN STATE FINAL

Indy’s Lucas Oil Stadium will be swarming with LaPorte County faithful next weekend as not only the Slicers, but also the New Prairie Cougars, play for state trophies. New Prairie ... Continue Reading →

Two significant drug arrests made in recent days

  Two men were recently arrested on major drug charges — one for allegedly dealing cocaine and one for allegedly dealing heroin.   On July 23, 2014, Kenyatta Robinson, ... Continue Reading →

Espar ousts Szilagyi in Dem primary for prosecutor; Ott is Dem winner for sheriff; all results here

Results are in from the May 6, 2014, LaPorte County primary election. In two closely followed races, John Espar soundly defeated incumbent Robert Szilagyi in the Democratic primary ... Continue Reading →

Artists turn blocks into beauty in preparation for LaPorte’s Winterfest

PHOTOS BY BOB WELLINSKI (CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE) City’s Pure Ice, 5855 N. U.S. 35, turned into an art gallery on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014, as ice carvers came with chainsaws, ... Continue Reading →

13-0, baby: Slicer girls remain undefeated, ranked 6th in state after defeating DAC foe Lake Central

PHOTOS AND STORY BY MIKE KELLEMS (CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE) In what was billed as a barn burner, the LaPorte Slicer girls did not disappoint Friday night, Jan. 10. In front of a ... Continue Reading →

The one that got away — with photographic proof

Story and photos by Mike Sutton (Click on photos to enlarge) The morning started pretty quietly, with John Houser and I launching my boat off the Stone Lake ramp in LaPorte. We were ... Continue Reading →