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 Marines.com. 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 →