Jamey Malcomb started as a reporter for the Lake County News-Chronicle in August 2015. Malcomb is a native of North Carolina and holds a bachelor's degree in English and history from the George Washington University and a master's degree in education from George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. Malcomb moved to Minnesota in July 2012 and previously worked as a sports clerk and news assistant at the Duluth News Tribune. He is the beat writer for the Lake County Board of Commissioners, Silver Bay City Council and high school sports in Lake County.
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Fences went up and equipment moved in this week to begin demolition of the former Lake County Highway Facility on Highway 2 in Two Harbors.
Doors, exercise bikes, hubcaps – Volunteers in Two Harbors found all of this and more Sunday, April 22, during an annual Earth Day cleanup event.
After some fits and starts due to weather, the 2018 track season got off to a roaring start Tuesday on the North Shore with the Two Harbors Invitational.
Silver Bay junior Jessie Ketola hit a two-out double in the bottom of the third inning with the bases loaded to spark a four-run outburst in the Mariners' 13-3 win over Two Harbors on April 20.
Back in February, over spring break from William Kelley High School, senior Al Robertsen was high in the hills on the Caribbean island of Montserrat.
Five seniors from Two Harbors High School signed their letters of intent Wednesday, April 18, in the school atrium to play college athletics at a number of NCAA Division II and Division III schools.
Students across Lake Superior School District donned their favorite jerseys Thursday, April 12, in show of solidarity with Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team.
More than 125 people filled the ballroom at Superior Shores Resort in Two Harbors for the annual Taste of the North fundraiser, which netted approximately $10,000 for North Shore Horizons.
Two Harbors High School students are getting an enticing incentive to improve their standardized testing scores.
Kids and adults are hunched over chess boards one Monday afternoon at the Two Harbors Public Library, all carefully examining their opponents decisions and plotting their next moves.