Multiplatform editor

Jim is from Sunrise, Minn., but has lived most of his life in St. Paul. He's been a reporter, columnist and copy editor at several dailies, including the St. Paul Dispatch and Pioneer Press, Red Wing Republican Eagle, Mankato Free Press, Eau Claire (Wis.) Leader-Telegram and the St. Petersburg Times. He worked two years as a reporter in the Star Tribune's East Metro Bureau.


Stillwater attorney made his mark on state parks

A longtime Stillwater lawyer was instrumental in creating today's Department of Natural Resources, and his influence carries through today.


Danielle Jelinek murder trial delayed indefinitely

The key issue in the trial of Aaron Schnagl stems from the revelation of new statements from a witness questioned early in the investigation of Jelinek's five-month disappearance and death.


Trial opens this week in 2013 death of Oakdale's Danielle Jelinek

After months of delay, jury selection begins Monday in the death of Danielle Jelinek of Oakdale.


Old-time major league siblings called Washington County home

Long before the Twins came to Minnesota, this pair of Washington County siblings made it to the majors.


St. Paul attorney guilty of laundering drug money through law firm

St. Paul-based lawyer was convicted of conspiring with his brother-in-law to launder proceeds from drug sales.


The County Line: How Washington County came to be in Minnesota

Put it this way: If not for the fickle finger of historical fate, Minnesota Vikings fans in Washington County could well have ended up rooting…


Oct. 12: Woodbury farm's sale makes way for development

It's a familiar story in Woodbury and the county's other growing communities: Vestiges of rural life making way for the suburbs.


Arts briefs: Masquers Theatre sets stage for 'Forbidden Broadway'

Tickets are now on sale for “Forbidden Broadway,” a cabaret revue sharply spoofing show tunes, characters and plots of contemporary and current Broadway musicals presented…


Arts briefs: Entries sought from young aspiring writers

The deadline is approaching for high school students to enter original works in WriteNow!, the annual high school writing contest sponsored by White Bear Center…


Swedish-language newspapers archived online

Archival project, begun in 2008, is to be completed by late 2015.