Pamela Miller

Assistant Metro Editor | Nights
Phone: 612-673-4290
Pam Miller grew up on U.S. Army forts and moved to Lake City, Minn., in youth. She worked at the Duluth News Tribune and the Anchorage Daily News before coming to the Star Tribune, the paper I wanted to work for since I was a kid, in 1988. She has worked here as a copy editor, reporter and editor.

Recent content from Pamela Miller

NONFICTION: "Island of Bones," by Joy Castro.

Those who don't fit anywhere are freer to shape their own destinies, says a writer who has spent her life doing just that.

Updated: October 20, 2012, - 03:19 PM

Obituary: Runner Kelly Lund loved life, even as it ebbed

Kelly Lund, who loved running so much that he finished the 2011 Twin Cities Marathon despite terminal brain cancer, died Oct. 4 at his Eden Prairie home. He was 54, and before his diagnosis two years ago had worked as chief anesthetist at Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina.

Updated: October 15, 2012, - 09:40 PM

Obituary: Chun-Jo Liu nurtured ties between China, U.S.

Chun-Jo "CJ" Liu, a longtime professor at the University of Minnesota who spent much of her life building bridges between China and the United States, died of congestive heart failure Sept. 24 at a Minneapolis care facility. She was 90, and had lived in Minneapolis for decades.

Updated: October 08, 2012, - 09:24 PM

Intelligence and wit were Vera Schletzer's forte

Vera Schletzer was a professor and activist on behalf of women's rights well before the movement was widespread.

Updated: September 22, 2012, - 05:57 PM

Obituary: St. Thomas loses Rev. James Lavin, mentor and booster

The Rev. James Lavin nurtured generations of students with peanut butter and prayer.

Updated: September 18, 2012, - 10:35 PM

Army sergeant who attended college in Mankato killed in Afghanistan

The Indiana native had studied civil engineering before enlisting in 2008. He was based in Italy.

Updated: September 16, 2012, - 08:00 PM

Richard Winkelmann was pioneer in skin research

With his ever-present microscope, he did pioneering research on skin diseases.

Updated: August 27, 2012, - 08:48 PM

Obituary: Jean Bauer reached out to families, students

Jean Bauer, a family social science professor at the University of Minnesota, specialized in research that helped low-income rural families maximize their resources.

Updated: July 30, 2012, - 09:22 PM

Obituary: Harry Drake's generosity to the arts bloomed over lifetime

Despite lifelong deafness, St. Paul native was highly social, and used his privilege and talents to benefit many people and institutions.

Updated: July 21, 2012, - 09:29 PM

3 Minnesotans find needles in sandwiches on Delta flights

Three Minnesotans aboard two Delta Air Lines flights from Amsterdam on Sunday bit into turkey sandwiches that contained inch-long needles, prompting an international investigation led by the FBI.

Updated: July 17, 2012, - 07:33 AM

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