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

Obituary: Helen Segal saw her relatives murdered in Romania in WWII

Despite the horrors she'd seen at 12, she grew to be "happy, vibrant, active woman."

Updated: January 12, 2012, - 10:16 PM

Obituary: George Grim, a wide-ranging journalist and Santa Anonymous

In addition to extensive foreign correspondence, he wrote the Minneapolis Tribune's "I Like It Here" column and was all over local radio and television.

Updated: January 09, 2012, - 10:44 PM

Bernard Reiser, founding priest at Epiphany

His benevolent reach extended beyond the Coon Rapids parish to places as disparate as the State Fair and Haiti.

Updated: January 07, 2012, - 04:09 PM

Obituary: Bernard Reiser, founding priest at Epiphany

His benevolent reach extended beyond the Coon Rapids parish to places as disparate as the State Fair and Haiti.

Updated: January 03, 2012, - 10:51 PM

Obituary: Alice Grant, pioneering mentor to authors

Alice May Grant, an educator in African and African-American studies who taught several years at the University of Minnesota, died Dec. 3 at Abbott-Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. She was 88, and had lived in Richfield.

Updated: December 17, 2011, - 07:40 PM

ESSAYS REVIEW: "The Least Cricket of Evening"

Robert Vivian meditates on unexpected subjects and presents surprising epiphanies.

Updated: December 17, 2011, - 05:12 PM

FICTION REVIEW: "Salvage the Bones"

A pregnant 14-year-old Mississippian narrates this fierce, fine novel, winner of the 2011 National Book Award.

Updated: December 10, 2011, - 11:46 AM

Obituary: Ted Arneson, advocate for the mentally ill

A bout with severe depression gave the businessman a lifelong devotion to helping those with mental illness.

Updated: December 06, 2011, - 07:42 PM

Obituary: Paula Berg, beloved Catholic schoolteacher

At Carondelet School in south Minneapolis, she was known for making math and other subjects a joy to learn.

Updated: November 29, 2011, - 10:53 PM

Duluth tycoon Jeno Paulucci, 93, shared his money, opinions

Jeno Paulucci, 93, whose sharing of his self-made millions left an indelible mark on Duluth and northeastern Minnesota, died Thursday at his Duluth home.

Updated: November 25, 2011, - 02:55 PM

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