Jimmy Lovrien is a reporter for the Duluth News Tribune. He spent the summer of 2015 as an intern for the Duluth News Tribune and was hired full time in October 2017 as a reporter for the Weekly Observer. He also reported for the Lake County News-Chronicle in 2017-18. 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 degree in English and history. He also spent a summer studying journalism at the University of California, Berkeley.
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After our first full day of backpacking along the Superior Hiking Trail, we hunkered down at a campsite along the Beaver River for the night. With just over 20 miles hiked that day, my hiking partner Adam Wallenta and I were on pace to finish our 200-mile hike within the allotted 10 1/2 days.
The Richard B. Helgeson Municipal Airport in Two Harbors could be getting a few updates this year.
Ellen Lynch has always loved museums.
The Two Harbors City Council is planning to build a new restroom and showers on the east side of Burlington Bay Campground to replace an existing facility that was severely damaged in an October fire.
The Marek Fuller Community Garden in Two Harbors is looking for gardeners to lend their green thumbs this season.
The Lake Superior School District Board of Education discussed the administration's recommendations for cuts at their meeting Tuesday, April 10 in an effort to reduce the deficit.
The Two Harbor City Council continues to move forward on its proposed reconstruction of eight city streets and alleys.
Casey Webb, host of the Travel Channel's "Man v. Food," and his crew descended on Betty's Pies this week to film a segment.
A popular North Shore hiking trail is one step closer to having a bridge again.
Scrolling through rolls of microfilm at the Minnesota History Center on Saturday, March 31, my family and I huddled around the projected images of pages from the Ellsworth News, a weekly newspaper that used to be published in Ellsworth, a town in southwestern Minnesota.