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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A roller derby team could be coming to Two Harbors.
The Lake Superior School District Board of Education is expected to discuss the administration's recommendations for budget reductions at their Tuesday meeting.
A vegetarian frozen food business started production in Two Harbors in March.
The Two Harbors Fire Department responded to slightly more emergency calls in 2017 than 2016, but fire calls fires were down overall last year.
The Silver Bay track and field teams are aiming for a competitive season and personal records, or improvements – for everyone, head coach Rick Frericks said.
Like most years, the Two Harbors track and field team set a goal of winning the conference championship.
Black actors, especially in Duluth, are used to performing among mostly white casts.
A Two Harbors High School senior will be honored for winning a regional award recognizing excellence in arts, athletics and academics.
Two Harbors residents can expect to pay higher stormwater utility fees beginning this summer.
Local officials flocked to the Minnesota State Capitol for three days last week to lobby lawmakers for funding or help with upcoming projects.