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

Patricia Anfinson dies: Newspaper columnist and Snickerdoodle Lady

Patricia Roth Anfinson, matriarch of a western Minnesota newspaper family and originator of the snickerdoodle cookie, died Wednesday at the Swift County-Benson Hospital in Benson, Minn. She was 89.

Updated: April 10, 2012, - 09:43 PM

Obituary: Edson Spencer's influence went beyond Honeywell

His influence went well beyond his role as Honeywell CEO to the realms of education, culture and international relations.

Updated: March 27, 2012, - 10:53 PM

Obituary: Faith moved the Rev. Curtis Herron to social action

His social activism was fueled by his deep Christian faith, friends said.

Updated: March 24, 2012, - 07:51 PM

MEMOIR: "My Mother is Now Earth," by Mark Anthony Rolo

Ojibwe writer Mark Rolo explores his gritty childhood with an unsparing but wise eye, and in doing so greatly honors his family, and readers.

Updated: March 24, 2012, - 06:46 PM

Arlene Anderson was a pillar of Minnehaha Academy

Arlene E. Anderson, a formidable but beloved educator who helped shape a culture of academic excellence at Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis, died March 4 at her Minneapolis home. She was 92.

Updated: March 17, 2012, - 06:20 PM

4 Minnesota women die in I-94 crash on trip back to NDSU

They were among six people who died within hours of each other on western Minnesota roads made treacherous by heavy snow and fog.

Updated: February 21, 2012, - 07:10 AM

NONFICTION: "Rez Life," by David Treuer

Minnesotan David Treuer examines Indian history and culture from solid if sometimes troubled ground - the modern Indian reservation.

Updated: February 18, 2012, - 04:03 PM

Obituary: War ordeals didn't dim Kenneth Newcomb's kind ways

On Aug. 27 of last year, he was honored before a Twins game at Target Field, where he raised the American flag.

Updated: February 12, 2012, - 01:05 PM

Obituary: Rev. Harry Stroessner wasn't afraid to share his beliefs

The United Church of Christ pastor 'was above all inclusive,' especially of Indian people, a colleague said.

Updated: February 06, 2012, - 10:04 PM

SHORT STORIES: "Time Between Trains," by Anthony Bukoski

Duluth's Holy Cow! Press has reprinted a 2003 collection set in the town across the bay, which Anthony Bukoski knows down to his very bones.

Updated: January 28, 2012, - 10:34 PM

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