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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The Two Harbors Area Fund has awarded $46,258 to 11 nonprofit organizations serving Two Harbors and Lake County for projects involving community work and public service.
Law enforcement officers from around Lake County made their way from Burlington Bay through downtown Two Harbors and back to the Lake County Arena on Tuesday, June 19, for the second annual Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics Minnesota (SOMN).
The Two Harbors Area Fund has awarded $46,258 to 11 nonprofit organizations serving Two Harbors and Lake County for projects involving community work and public service. The grants, part of an annual round of grant solicitation and giving by the fund, were made after a review of dozens of applications. Grant recipients are:
Early Saturday, June 9, kids, parents and volunteers descended on Two Harbors High School for the fifth annual Two Harbors SR2 Youth Triathlon.
Stalls and tents circled SpokenGear and Cedar Coffee Co.
Silver Bay junior Alexxa DeQuevedo finished sixth in the 300-meter hurdles at the Class A state track meet Saturday, June 9 – the highest finish at the state meet for any Mariner since Kyle Blood finished third in the 800 meters in 2013.
Three candidates have filed for at-large Two Harbors City Council seat being vacated by Jerry Norberg at the end of the year, meaning the candidates will face a primary Aug. 14 – the only local race that will require one in 2018.
Visitors to Tettegouche State Park typically take to the trails along the Baptism River or around the cliffs to get a glimpse of wildlife, but Friday, June 1, about 35 people crowded into the visitor center to get a close-up look of a peregrine falcon.
Smiles, laughs, bottle flipping and, yes, even a few tears marked the 2018 graduation of seniors from William Kelley High School on Friday, June 1, in Silver Bay.
Silver Bay held a one-run lead with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning on Ely, but a pair of walks and a dropped fly ball allowed the Timberwolves to score a pair of runs and take move on in the Section 7A tournament Thursday, May 31, in Cohasset.