Post Bulletin Reporting Intern Bella Carpentier

Bella Carpentier

Reporter Intern

Bella Carpentier is a journalism and political science student at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (UMN-TC). She is currently the managing editor of the student-run paper at UMN-TC, the Minnesota Daily. While reporting for the Minnesota Daily, she covered student activism and issues affecting the university's student body. Working for the Post Bulletin, Bella hopes to build community connections and advance her reporting skills. Readers can reach Bella at bcarpentier@postbulletin.com.

With 120 medications on the FDA's shortages list, the Mayo Clinic joined a coalition of doctors, manufacturers, distributors and other medical supply chain experts to try and come up with a solution.
The Rochester Downtown Alliance and Clean and Safe Ambassadors went to the Zumbro River banks to pick up litter and debris on Friday.
On June 28, students from More Than Pink and Boys of Tomorrow came to the Hormel Institute to learn about different STEM fields.
The League of Minnesota Cities launched its new Emerging Leader Award this year and selected Wabasha Mayor Emily Durand as this year's award recipient.
Starting on June 23, Lake City held it annual celebration to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the festival, the 100th anniversary of the invention of water skiing and the 150th anniversary of Lake City's founding.
On June 22, the owl center opened up an online auction selling art sent into the center by Ukrainian children as a part of an international art content; the money raised will be donated to children and families in Ukraine through UNICEF.
While there is an expected electricity capacity shortfall this summer in north and central areas of the United States, local energy cooperatives are recommending people lower energy consumption to keep electricity prices low.
Biophilia is becoming an increasingly popular principle in integrative medicine as researchers are finding health benefits associated with spending time outside.
After not being able to hold the annual event due to the pandemic, Scotch Prairie Farms brought back Family Night on the Farm for Wabasha County.
The National Weather Service issued two severe weather alerts following forecasts of extreme heat and thunderstorms through Wednesday, June 15.