Post Bulletin Reporter - Sara Guymon

Sara Guymon

Business Reporter

Sara Guymon is a Post Bulletin business reporter.

Guymon grew up in New Ulm, Minnesota. She graduated from New Ulm Public High School and went on to attend college at the University of Minnesota Duluth. While at UMD, Guymon pursued a major in journalism and a double minor in photography and international studies.

Prior to coming to the Post Bulletin, she worked as a staff writer for the Brainerd Dispatch. There she covered the City of Baxter and business.

She also worked as a student journalist and sports editor for The Bark, UMD's student run newspaper. She also interned for the Duluth News Tribune and UMD’s Public Relations Department.

In addition to her internships, she worked as a student photographer for UMD’s Sports Information and as an on air announcer for KUMD, now known as The North 103.3.

Readers can reach Sara at 507-281-7420 or

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