Boys & Girls Club expands its reach to entire county; Shirk named executive director

There are exciting changes going on with the Boys & Girls Club, as it expands its range of service to youth throughout the entire La Porte County. The Boys & Girls Club of ... Continue Reading →

La Porte’s eagles are back. Let’s take a peek … and let’s leave them alone

“Do not disturb” — that’s the caption William Power, former La Porte High School science teacher, suggests  for this photo of the La Porte eagles near Waverly ... Continue Reading →

Plan for summer fun now: park department registering boys & girls for ball programs

Parents are urged to register their child/children soon for the La Porte Park and Recreation Department’s programs for Boys Baseball and Girls Softball. Registrations will be ... Continue Reading →

62-61 in overtime: A tough loss for the Lady Satellites

  WNLP story and photos by Mike Kellems  The South Central Girls Basketball team suffered a tough loss in overtime Saturday night in their quest to be in Indianapolis for ... Continue Reading →

Hang in there: a warm-up is headed this weekend

The sun is trying, but these icicles won’t melt, as WNLP photographer Bob Wellinski noticed while visiting at Golden Living/Fountainview Terrace, 1900 Andrew Avenue, LaPorte. ... Continue Reading →

Esports to become PNW’s 14th varsity athletic program this fall

  Esports – a competitive, organized, and multiplayer online video game competition – is among the world’s fastest growing sport at the collegiate level. In a nod to its ... Continue Reading →

Extension Homemakers give a helping hand to La Porte PADS

A local group whose goal is to provide temporary overnight shelter during the winter months just got a boost from the LaPorte County Extension Homemakers. The extension homemakers ... Continue Reading →

LCSO performs Beethoven, Gershwin and Mendelssohn at March 15 concert

  Ludwig Van Beethoven was a German composer who created many beloved masterpieces, some of which he composed even while going deaf. Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 was premiered ... Continue Reading →

Former Slicer killed in action in WWII accounted for 70 years later

Several WNLP readers were kind enough to share information from the Slicer Football Association and Missing Many thanks — Kathy Bernel, WNLP Publisher A young ... Continue Reading →

Non-profit to honor efforts in creativity and innovation

Creativity and innovation in the community will be celebrated in April when the Center for Creative Solutions, a local non-profit, recognizes area students, citizens and organizations ... Continue Reading →