Jimmy Lovrien is a reporter for the Lake County News-Chronicle and Weekly Observer. He spent the summer of 2015 as an intern for the Duluth News Tribune and was hired full time in October 2017. Lovrien grew up in Alexandria, Minn. but moved to Duluth in 2013 to attend the College of St. Scholastica. Lovrien graduated from St. Scholastica in 2017 with a bachelor's in English and history. He also spent a summer studying journalism at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Local officials flocked to the Minnesota State Capitol for three days last week to lobby lawmakers for funding or help with upcoming projects.
Ask Kristin Haveri, 17, what extracurricular activities she's in, and she'll offer to email you the full list.
Donations to food shelves statewide are being matched in March.
Wearing purple and green outfits, residents of Finnish heritage will celebrate the 43rd annual St. Urho's Celebration in the town of Finland next weekend.
Costs to repair the new Burlington Bay Campground bathhouse complex, damaged in late December by a ruptured water pipe, will be covered by the contractor, according to Two Harbors city officials.
A group of Two Harbors High School students can always count on their class being held outside – even if temperature fall below zero. But you won't hear any complaints.
Local musicians, performers and supporters of community radio gathered in the Two Harbors High School Auditorium on Sunday, March 4, to celebrate the fourth-annual Cabin Fever Reliever, a radio variety show and fundraiser for KTWH 99.5.
The Two Harbors Area Chamber of Commerce approved a letter of support Wednesday, March 7, for a proposal to raise the city's sales tax 0.5 percent, which will be used on roads and infrastructure.
After trimming trees near Toimi, 30 miles north of Two Harbors, Ethan Casady drove back on County Road 2, trying to imagine a logo for the clothing company he dreamed of starting.
The Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District is seeking suggestions on where to install four dog waste stations near the waterfront in Two Harbors.