As a feature reporter, Richard Chin has flown on the Goodyear Blimp, driven the Wienermobile, sunk to the bottom of a lake in a one-man submarine, worn a giant urine specimen cup costume as a mascot for a health care company, rode a vintage Puch at the Sturgis of mopeds and was mistakenly arrested by police hunting for a serial killer. He also spent six weeks in Baghdad during the Iraq war and was a Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University.
Sports enterprise reporter |
The National Sports Media Association named Christensen as the 2003 Maryland Sportswriter of the Year and 2014 Minnesota Sportswriter of the Year.
Page designer, graphic artist |
Clayton moved to Minnesota from southern California with his wife in 1984. They raised two boys in St. Louis Park. He's a graduate of California State University, Fullerton with a B.A. in Art and Music. Previous experiences includes working for a motion picture title studio in Hollywood during the 1970s and playing piano professionally for over 12 years.
News Assistant |
Coles has a degree in journalism and she loves to talk and spend time with my family in Minneapolis. Her favorite thing to do is to travel, especially with her college girlfriends!
Homepage editor, digital news desk |
Common has been at the Star Tribune since 2001. Before joining the online staff, he served as a suburban editor and a senior copy editor who supervised the production of our Business section. He was also the first "voice" behind the Star Tribune's Twitter feed back in 2010-11. Common grew up in Apple Valley and graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. When not on the job, he's a fan of the Twins, the Lynx and, of course, the Northwestern Wildcats. He lives in St. Paul.
Washington Bureau Chief |
Politics and government
Condon grew up in Watertown, Minn., and graduated from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul with degrees in journalism and English. He lives in Minneapolis.
Covington grew up in a small town in central Illinois and can talk crops or college basketball with the best of them. In a former life, she used the Oxford comma and graduated from the University of Tulsa with a master's degree in English literature. She's always on the lookout for small stories with big heart.
A native of Northeast Ohio, Craig covered the Cleveland Browns from 1991 until they left for Baltimore in 1995. When they returned as an expansion team in 1999, Craig left to cover Gophers football for the Star Tribune. He co-authored two books on the Browns and is the author of the Vikings book "100 Things Vikings Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die."
Assistant Managing Editor |
Crevier and his wife, Sybil, have two children, Brett and Kara. They are Big Ten rivals, Brett having attended Nebraska and Kara a Wisconsin graduate.
A native of Jacksonville, Fla., she has somehow figured out how to survive the Minnesota winters.