Jamey Malcomb has been a reporter for the Pine Journal since October 2018. He previously worked as a reporter for the Lake County News-Chronicle from 2015-2018. 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 worked as a sports clerk and news assistant at the Duluth News Tribune.
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A hummingbird stopped to sip some nectar from a black-eyed Susan flower on the patio of Castle Danger Brewery on Tuesday, Sept. 4, in Two Harbors.
I'm not going to lie to you – I made a rather rash decision a couple of weeks ago.
Traffic at Gooseberry Falls State Park in Two Harbors can be overwhelming to visitors trying to take advantage of the trails and scenic beauty the park has to offer.
Silver Bay junior running back Mason Ollman ran for 185 yards and two touchdowns in the Mariners' 41-6 season-opening win over Bigfork on Friday, Aug. 31, in Bigfork.
The Two Harbors defense allowed just nine first downs, three in the first half, against Duluth Denfeld, but the Agate running game never got going against the Hunters and turnovers proved costly in a 14-7 loss Aug. 30 in Two Harbors.
Students along the North Shore descended on Two Harbors and Silver Bay schools Tuesday, Sept. 4, for the start of another year.
The Lake County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution Tuesday, Aug. 28, agreeing not to sell four 40-acre parcels of tax-forfeited land while the Knife River Recreation Council's hiking trail committee works on a plan to develop the Knife River Hiking Trail into a loop trail with a network of spur trails.
The Two Harbors Police Department has been focusing on stop sign enforcement the last few weeks.
Dogs, cats and more showed up Saturday, Aug. 25, to the Trestle Inn Saloon for the seventh annual "Finn-Minster Dog Show."
While Two Harbors' 12-0 loss to Grand Rapids on Monday, Aug. 27, will go down in the record books as an ugly defeat, Agate players, coaches and parents know just stepping onto Halstead Field at their school is a victory.