PNW named in U.S. News’ best college rankings

Purdue University Northwest has once again been recognized among the best regional universities in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, released earlier this week, ... Continue Reading →

Supporters donate over $600,000 to PNW

Purdue University Northwest has a reason to celebrate. More than 360 generous supporters gave a combined $606,137 during PNW’s the 2020 “Day of Giving” Sept. 9. Those ... Continue Reading →

Local schools receive grants earmarked to increase safety

  Eight La Porte County schools and school districts will receive a total of  $285,158 in state grants to improve their safety measures, Inside Indiana Business reports. Of that ... Continue Reading →

NPHS shares its good news

  Teachers at New Prairie High School say that there is good news coming from the school and the administration is sharing it with WNLP: Delta Math The New Prairie High School ... Continue Reading →

Anthony Rizzo to open Purdue NW Sinai Forum

Anthony Rizzo, first baseman for the Chicago Cubs, will kick off the Purdue Northwest Sinai Forum season with a livestream interview by Dan Plesac, a Crown Point native, 18-year major ... Continue Reading →

A love of labor for these La Porteans: raising Monarchs

    Story by WNLP’s Beth Boardman; photos by WNLP’s Bob Wellinski Dorothy Bard Jones slowly reaches into a netted container and holds her hand out. “Are ... Continue Reading →

Childbirth classes slated for September

La Porte Hospital has announced that it will be offering childbirth and family care classes during the month of September. Class sizes are limited to ensure proper social distancing ... Continue Reading →

PNW seeks pledges of support for students

Purdue University Northwest hopes to inspire its alumni, faculty, staff, parents and friends to help its students “Power Onward” by making a pledge of support during the PNW Day ... Continue Reading →

High school students can meet graduation requirements through tutoring

The state of Indiana is offering high school juniors and seniors a new opportunity to fulfill graduation requirements by tutoring younger students, State Rep. Jim Pressel reminds local ... Continue Reading →

La Porte schools receive $362,500 as part of state grants to assist in remote learning

The La Porte Community School Corp. is to receive $362,500 from the state’s $61 million grant program designed to boost connectivity and provide devices and educational resources ... Continue Reading →