Great Shots: dogged determination

  Our Bob Wellinski writes: “Gilda could have gotten a drink from her nearby bowl. But no – she was determined to get a drink from the lawn sprinkler, which proved ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: Somewhere, over …

  (Click photos to enlarge) WNLP so appreciates its Great Shots contributors, including our many readers and our own Bob Wellinski and Mike Kellems. As folks begin to break free ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: No “dumb animals” here

  (Click photos to enlarge) Peregrine falcons have again wisely chosen a quiet crevice of the courthouse to raise their young. The photo directly above shows the nest at lower ... Continue Reading →

UPDATE: 1 killed, 3 injured in multi-vehicle crash on U.S. 20

  Photos by WNLP’s Mike Kellems and Bob Wellinski Update June 14: A Michigan City man was killed and three people were injured in a multi-vehicle crash Sunday, June 13, ... Continue Reading →

Westville business owner arrested for selling stolen auto parts

  The owner of a Westville business was arrested on a charge of corruption after a sheriff’s office investigation found that he was selling stolen auto parts. William T. ... Continue Reading →

Livestock removed before fire engulfs barn in Scipio Township

  Photos and information from Scipio and Center township fire departments  Fire destroyed a large barn at the Minich farm in the 4200S block of CR-435W Wednesday, June 9. The ... Continue Reading →

Moments in time … in photographs: Lenick’s, Lake Shore and a mystery man

  Photos and information courtesy of La Porte County Historical Society Museum  (Click on photos to enlarge) Continue Reading →

Arlene Lighthall: still doing chores – the La Porte way

  WNLP editor’s note: Here’s another chapter from the memoirs of La Porte native Arlene (Ahlgrim) Lighthall. Arlene, who now lives in Del Mar, Calif., grew up in La Porte. ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: beauty all around us

As we humans break some of the pandemic bonds that have held us back for more than a year, flora and fauna keep their schedules to remind us of the natural order of things. Here are ... Continue Reading →

Arts in the Parks’ 2021 opening: What a night! What a crowd!

  Column and photos by WNLP’s Mike Kellems In the famous movie “Field of Dreams,” actor Kevin Costner’s character hears a mysterious voice that repeats, ... Continue Reading →