Different stages of life call for different approaches to risk

Jennie Girton, CRPC,  is a financial  advisor with Edward Jones, 601 State St., La Porte.  As an investor, you’ll always need to deal with risk of some kind. But how can you manage ... Continue Reading →

Great shot: views from the Dunes

  “Chicagohenge.” That’s the word from retired La Porte High School science teacher William Power, who took these great — no, stunning — shots with ... Continue Reading →

From the notebooks of Greg Fruth: Mr. D. and a coaching staff “second to none”

  Greg Fruth, a self-described “Slicer football pack rat” and a retired La Porte High School teacher, has compiled a series of stories gleaned from countless hours of research. ... Continue Reading →

So why should you see a financial advisor?

Jennie Girton, CRPC,  is a financial  advisor with Edward Jones, 601 State St., La Porte.  The social distancing and stay-at-home orders necessitated by the coronavirus have led ... Continue Reading →

For whom the bell tolls? It tolls for …

Column by Mike Kellems; photos by Bob Wellinski        May 15th has a special meaning in law enforcement and has always carried a special place in my heart. This is the day, ... Continue Reading →

Learning to invest — it’s like riding a bike

Contributed by Jennie Girton, CRPC, financial  advisor with Edward Jones, 601 State St., La Porte.  May is National Bike Month. Of course, millions of Americans enjoy biking, so ... Continue Reading →

A gaggle of goslings … and Kellems

Photos and story by WNLP’s Mike Kellems      In this time of quarantine and social distancing we can all use a good pick me up story and it just so happens I stumbled ... Continue Reading →

One thing is certain: “soft skills” matter

     This is the 11th in a series of articles from the Center for Creative Solutions, which is celebrating innovation and creativity by featuring “thought leaders” from throughout ... Continue Reading →

From the notebooks of Greg Fruth: the 1962 staff who coached Slicers to an undefeated season

Greg Fruth, a self-described “Slicer football pack rat” and a retired La Porte High School teacher, has compiled a series of stories gleaned from countless hours of research. He ... Continue Reading →

Financial focus: how should millenials respond to the market decline?

  Contributed by Jennie Girton, CRPC, financial  advisor with Edward Jones, 601 State St., La Porte.  The coronavirus crisis has unsettled every age group, as we are all worried ... Continue Reading →