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

With calls to modernize the H-2A seasonal visa program, local labor unions, legal experts and a local orchard speaks to how federal and state labor regulations play out in Southern Minnesota.
Austin McCoy and Kyle Hooten talked about starting a company together while competing as a debate pair for Century High School. Today, they run Artemis Labs with software engineer Manvir Singh and
On Thursday, Aug. 11, Olmsted County's Diversity Council hosted its annual event to reflect on their work from the past year and bring together the community after years of a global pandemic.
Gift of Life Transplant House held it second annual car show on Saturday, with all proceeds going toward the house and its work to provide transplant patients with affordable housing.
The Hormel Institute launched its "Research Day," which they plan to continue through future years. At the event, undergraduate, graduate students and institute scientists shared recent research
On the first Tuesday of August, neighborhood associations and other community organizations joined the statewide Night to Unite community safety campaign, which is held in conjunction with National
Six-term state Sen. David Senjem was recently recognized as a recipient of the Minnesota Legacy Award, an award given by the Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities to recognize retiring legislators
The Byron-area Larsen family farm was recognized at the Olmsted County Fair as the county's Family Farm of the year.
Annie Ryu's jackfruit-based meat substitute line, jack & annie's, has grown in popularity since the brand's 2020 launch amid a national trend in using jackfruit as a vegan meat alternative.
Fair vendors finished setting up Monday for the 2022 county fair's opening Tuesday, which will feature new performance venues, entertainment and vendors.