This story, published in September 2008 for the San Francisco-based Earth Island Journal, details the fight and struggle to save Glover's Reef Atoll in Belize. Jamie came to know the Lomonts as a Peace Corps Volunteer in 2004. He's been back visiting Warren- his student and prize fishermen of the islands - and his family of "Swiss Family Robsinons" ever since. This story dictates the fight to save their backyard (a.k.a.as a UNESCO World Heritage Site) from overfishing.
These two stories showcase some of Jamie's best work from St. Croix. One deals with the island's largest employer, an oil refinery, closing and how schools fared as a result, the other deals with one of the biggest tragedies of 2013, the Boston Marathon bombing.
- This story, published in January 2007 for the Indiana University Alumni Magazine, detailed one young woman's fight against Stage IV advanced melanoma. Refusing to give up on life, Tricia Black of Indianapolis, IN formed an army and inspired thousands. Today, Teb's Troops - a non-profit organization which has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to bolster awareness and fund research against melanoma, is bringing the melanoma fight into the national limelight.
- These stories appeared in the Gwinnett Daily Post in 2008 and 2009 and showcase the watchdog and investigative skills Jamie loves to use in keeping an eye on government. He's not afraid to call people out when he has factual proof that they're up to no good. He's in it FOR THE PEOPLE AND THE GREATER GOOD.
- This story, written for the Sun Times News Group's Post-Tribune, was picked up by The Associated Press and run on the state wire while Jamie was working as an intern at the newspaper. It offers an interesting look into the world of undercover, unmarked cars and their use to deter traffic speeders in one Northwest Indiana community.
- This feature story was picked up by the AP Wire in Georgia while Jamie worked at the Gwinnett Daily Post.
- As Twitter took the world by storm, Jamie looked at how local government and business leaders were using social media in suburban Atlanta.
- Jamie broke this story about two Indiana counties' toxic air and the area's largest employers being responsible for it.
Jamie has written on deadline for the major news media and on a few occasions had not only one, but two stories appearing on the front page. This motorcyle feature was published after star Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Rothlisberger suffered a head injury following a crash. The story which appears beneath details a World War II veteran receiving his medal of honor 60 years late.
Jamie covered city government in Northwest Indiana's Town of Merrillville while an intern for the Sun Times News Group's Post-Tribune. These stories show how a meeting topic at a city council session led to a front page enterprise piece.