LP County regresses to Orange status; health department again recommends masks

  Along with the vast majority of Indiana counties, La Porte County has regressed to Orange status regarding the number of COVID-19 cases as the Delta strain infiltrates the area, ... Continue Reading →

PNW professor awarded Sagamore of the Wabash

  Purdue University Northwest (PNW) Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Nicky Ali Jackson was honored Aug. 30 with the Sagamore of the Wabash, one of the highest civilian ... Continue Reading →

Kora commends Mrozinski, Mrvan for bipartisan work for vets

  Press release submitted La Porte County Democratic Chairman Dr. Vidya Kora, a former county commissioner, hailed the joint efforts of Commissioner Rich Mrozinski (R) and U.S. ... Continue Reading →

County commission, council to hold public hearings on how to spend federal funds

  Press release submitted La Porte County Commission President Rich Mrozinski and Council President Randy Novak announce the first “listening session” where commission and ... Continue Reading →

Scam involving free trials spreads through state

  The office of State Rep. Jim Pressel, R-Rolling Prairie, warns Hoosiers of a new email scam that tells them they must unsubscribe from free-trial services to avoid credit card ... Continue Reading →

INDOT seeks comments on I-80/94 Borman Expressway

  INDOT press release The Indiana Department of Transportation has commissioned a Planning and Environment Linkages study to determine how to apply the latest technologies to cost-effectively ... Continue Reading →

LEAP to host discussion on potential La Porte north/south corridor

  The La Porte Economic Advancement Partnership (LEAP) invites citizens to a business discussion on the opportunities and impacts of a potential north/south corridor in La Porte ... Continue Reading →

City of La Porte’s “Friday Night Live: Harvest Moon” is Sept. 17

  The City of La Porte invites all to the event, “Friday Night Live: Harvest Moon” on Sept. 17 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the block called La Stitch on Monroe Street north ... Continue Reading →

Pressel offers information on paid Statehouse internship positions

  From being paid and networking to developing new skills and strengthening resumes, interning with Indiana House Republicans offers many benefits, says State Rep. Jim Pressel, ... Continue Reading →

Sheriff candidate Arnold addresses rural patrols

  WNLP editor’s note: This press release was submitted by James D. Arnold, a Democratic candidate in the 2022 race for La Porte County sheriff. All candidates are invited ... Continue Reading →