Mr. Audubon would be proud

Count the colors! Our Bob Wellinski got these shots of a couple of feathered gems: a bluebird resting in a crabapple tree, and a Baltimore oriole snacking on some apple blossoms. Continue Reading →

Shelter open house honors the late Virginia and Delbert Stevens, Roger Bernard, and the dedicated team that keeps the place humming every day

WNLP story and photos by Mike Kellems (scroll down for photos) Saturday afternoon’s beautiful weather provided the perfect backdrop for the LaPorte County Small Animal Shelter’s ... Continue Reading →

Once inside, LPHS Prom attendees forgot the rain and danced the night away

WNLP photos by Bob Wellinski OK, it was not a good night for outdoor photos. But the real fun starts at the Civic Auditorium on LaPorte High School Prom night, and the May 11, 2019, ... Continue Reading →

How’s your basement? Homeowners, motorists, farmers all treading water

Photos and story by Mike Kellems  Rain, rain … go away, please! Following three days of on-and-off rain that totaled about 3.3 inches through Wednesday morning, May 1, 2019, ... Continue Reading →

All right. Who’s the smart aleck who ordered this?

WNLP photos by Bob Wellinski Um, think of it as a fluffy adornment to spring’s blooms. Giant snowflakes went “splotch” on flora, fauna and everything else Saturday, ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: You wanna mess with this parent?

Marlee Power has a steady hand; she took this photo using her iphone through her dad Bill’s high-power telescope of a Bald Eagle watching over its two eaglets in the nest (see them?). ... Continue Reading →

Drone photos offer us a bird’s eye perspective

Photos provided (scroll down for story) WNLP is excited to share some of Joel Shannon’s drone shots from his intriguing new business, CloudCam Photography. Joel’s shots ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: a golden moment

From Mary Ketchmark: “I was a vendor with our art group from LaPorte, Land of Lakes Art Alliance and the Michigan City Art League recently at the gardening convention, held ... Continue Reading →

Great Shot: Crocuses (croci?) bring in spring

It’s been a fun tradition of several decades between photographer Bob Wellinski and the editor here to publish/post a photo of the first crocuses (croci?) of spring. In the ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: Wait, that’s no robin

It’s spring, so maybe you look out the window hoping to see a robin. Instead, Tammy Lidgard saw this big beauty. “Took this picture April 5;  not every day you see a wild ... Continue Reading →