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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Junior Weston Monson scored 23 points as the Mariners topped Section 7A-leading Wrenshall 64-62 on Friday, Feb. 16, in Silver Bay.
North Shore goalie Cameron Roy made 34 stops Tuesday, Feb. 20, against Hermantown in the Section 7A quarterfinals, but the Hawk attack came fast and furious as they topped the Storm 8-1.
In his office in the basement of French River Lutheran Church, Mark Peters keeps three different pairs of hiking boots tucked away for one of his many hikes into the woods. Peters started serving as the pastor at FRLC in September and has tried to take advantage of all the North Shore has to offer. A typical day for Peters involves getting his kids ready and off to school, hitting some cross-country ski trails, and visiting congregation members who are ill or in the hospital. He tends to take his dogs on three walks or so a day down to Lake Superior or up the French River.
Silver Bay senior Jason Blood scored a game-high 18 points in the Mariners' 67-51 win over Two Harbors Monday in Silver Bay. Silver Bay jumped out to a 19-6 lead early in the first half and looked to put the Agates away before the break, but Two Harbors responded by out scoring the Mariners 19-13 over the final 10 minutes of the half and went into the locker room down just seven points.
The Lake County Board of Commissioners has approved a pair of resolutions related to a general obligation bond sale for nearly $4.7 million to settle its account with MP NexLevel, a contractor in the construction of county's broadband project Lake Connections. The county owes MP NexLevel more than $4.5 million for construction work the company was contracted to perform on the broadband network, and county officials want to remit payment by the March 29 due date.
The Lake County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution that banned the use of e-cigarettes in bars and restaurants throughout the county during its meeting Tuesday in Two Harbors. The resolution, which amended the county's previous "Smoke-free Public Places and Places of Work Ordinance" banned smoking in restaurants, bars and places of work, banned the use of e-cigarettes, also known as electronic delivery devices, in public and work spaces. It also more clearly defined what constitutes and indoor area and eliminated the exception for tobacco product shops.
The Two Harbors Winter Frolic took center stage over the weekend, with many residents turning out for events throughout the weekend. On Friday, the Two Harbors Curling Club was packed as curling aficionados and newcomers to the game took advantage of the open curling time to throw a few rocks and enjoy a little time out of the house. Those not curling enjoyed sampling the chili from a number of local restaurants, with Kamloops restaurant at Superior Shores taking the top prize and Louise's Place as the runner up.
North Shore goalie Maureen Dwyer stopped 40 shots in Storm's first round playoff game against Duluth Marshall Feb. 8 in Duluth, but the team fell to the Hilltoppers 5-1. Dwyer's night had an inauspicious beginning when the Hilltoppers' Lily Aamodt scored a power play goal just three minutes into the game. When Aamodt scored again a minute later, Marshall skaters looked to turn the game into a rout early, but for most of the next two periods, Dwyer transformed into a wall as she faced a barrage of shots.
Two Harbor High School looks pretty deserted at 6:30 a.m., but a group of about 20 people has gathered Tuesday in a classroom and are chatting quietly among themselves.
Students from Minnehaha Elementary School took over the Two Harbors High School auditorium Thursday, Feb. 1, entertaining parents, friends and fans with a wide-ranging variety show displaying many talents.