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 →

Be creative, says graduate of creative studies: think small. Yes, really.

This is the 10th in a series of articles from the Center for Creative Solutions, which is celebrating innovation and creativity by featuring “thought leaders” from throughout time. The ... Continue Reading →

“Passion plus problem” can move us into creative thinking

     This is the ninth 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 curious minds to naturalist citizens: exploring nature can fuel our creativity

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

You mean, we should take risks? Make mistakes? Yes – that’s called creativity

     Below is the fifth 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 →

Corey Goers, retired teacher and coach, offers a heart-felt message for this year’s seniors

    As a two-year retired business teacher and coach of 37 and 35 years respectively, I am finding myself with much more free time. My teaching and coaching started at South ... Continue Reading →

“Indiana Whiskey” — not for consumption any longer

  By Jeff Bernel  In this time of uncertainty and lack of vital resources to deal with the Covid-19 virus, we see businesses of all sizes shift from their normal production to ... Continue Reading →

A pandemic slows things down, but causes us to think a bit …

Mike Kellems, a frequent contributor to WNLP, finds inspiration in the world around him, including this sunset on Joliet Road near CR-50W. But apparently there is inspiration in ... Continue Reading →

The Five Breath Test!

OK, entrepreneurs and business owners, here is a business analytic tool — or, as I like to say “mind model” — everyone should use in an executive summary when thinking ... Continue Reading →