Moments in Time … in photographs

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Great Shots: Meanwhile, in another corner of the country …

  From Corey Goers: “Sunset and moonset over the Gulf of Mexico, taken from Indian Rocks Beach in Florida. Wish LaPorte was experiencing better weather!” We’ll ... Continue Reading →

Volunteers come together to spruce up Door Village’s gem of a park

  Story and photos by WNLP’s Mike Kellems It was all hands on deck for a spring clean up of Scipio Township Park on Saturday. Several dozen volunteers took advantage of ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: Spring beauties

  Glen Richardson took these shots of spring emerging in the Fairfield subdivision. “The bees were busy harvesting nectar on a fully flowered red maple tree. The flowering ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time … in photographs

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Great Shots: Fly me to the moon …

  You don’t know that Sinatra standard? Regardless of your age, you should. Our Bob Wellinski took these shots of jets heading to O’Hare Airport, coming within the ... Continue Reading →

Great Shot: Big color comes in small packages

  Some of spring’s earliests blooms, crocuses are only a few inches high. But they make up in color what they lack in height. Corey Goers took this Great Shot in a neighbor’s ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: Peregrine falcons open new office atop the courthouse

  Carl Galloway spotted new residents near the peak of the beautiful La Porte County Courthouse: peregrine falcons. They’re occupying a nest built by former red-tailed hawk ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: A spring tradition continues … sort of

  Every March, photographer Bob Wellinski (when he was with the former Herald-Argus) would choose a perfect day to go and literally flop on his belly on Jean Boardman’s ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: long shadows

  Just weeks ago we were in the dark when evening came. Now, as the days and the shadows grow longer, we can see gorgeous sights such as these captured by our Bob Wellinski. The ... Continue Reading →