LP faces MC, and as always, that’s entertainment

  Story and photos by WNLP’s Mike Kellems When a cross-county rivalry game starts off with two runs scored by walks and, by the end of the game, both teams accumulating ... Continue Reading →

INDOT announces lane-ramp closures for U.S. 20/35, I-94

  INDOT press release The Indiana Department of Transportation announces lane and ramp closures for the U.S. 20/35 and I-94 interchange for bridge painting beginning Wednesday, ... Continue Reading →

Articles of Faith

  LP Presbyterian sermon: How to participate? This Sunday Rev. Jane Anabe’s sermon, “No Participation Grade,” comes from 1 John 5:6-13. This last of the seven-week sermon ... Continue Reading →

LPHS valedictorians, salutatorian named

  La Porte High School Principal Chris Alber is proud to announce the names of the co-valedictorians and salutatorian of the Class of 2021.   Jillian Maudlin and Sophie Sorg ... Continue Reading →

LP County health officer urges continued use of masks, practice of social distancing

  Dr. Sandra Deausy, health officer of the La Porte County Health Department, stated in a press release May 12 that she was disappointed to learn of the Indiana Legislature’s ... Continue Reading →

Think you know everything about La Porte? Think again during June 4 event

  The La Porte Economic Advancement Partnership (LEAP) is switching it up for its June 4 Community Engagement Series presented by Horizon Bank. Instead of a panel discussion, community ... Continue Reading →

Nurse offers tips for dealing with allergies

  Northwest Health press release While spring brings sunshine, emerging greenery and longer days, many people dread this season for the sinus pressure, headaches, itchy eyes and ... Continue Reading →

Look past these life insurance myths

  Most people recognize the need for life insurance, but many of them still don’t have it. Why? People offer a variety of rationales for remaining uninsured. But these reasons ... Continue Reading →

Your child can create the perfect Father’s Day gift: Scrabble art

  What words can you create that are fun and may mean a lot to someone special? In this La Porte Park and Recreation Father’s Day Children’s Class, kids will create their ... Continue Reading →

A history of the Jaycees and the parade, courtesy of the late historian Fern Eddy Schultz

  WNLP editor’s note: On May 10, 2021, the La Porte Jaycees announced that after 74 years, they are relinquishing organization of the 4th of July Parade to the City of ... Continue Reading →