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Post Bulletin Reporter Theodore Tollefson

Theodore Tollefson

Business Reporter

Theodore Tollefson is a business reporter for the Post Bulletin. He is originally from Burnsville, Minn., and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls with a bachelor's degree in journalism in December 2020.

Readers can reach Theodore at 507-281-7420 or

The current real estate market in Rochester and across Southeast Minnesota is seeing record high numbers for median sales prices and the lowest amount of days on the market.
John Anderes had hopes his new shirt design for outdoor retailers could be advertised on social media without a hitch. That did not end up being the case when Facebook and Instagram algorithms flagged his advertisements because the shirt was made of material the sites do not tolerate for ads: hemp.
The Minnesota Marine Art Museum shared its plans for the next three years on community engagement and growing artwork for the galleries.
The Minnesota Housing Commission has launched a program for home owners who have fallen behind on expenses called HomeHelpMN. The time to apply for the program is short though as the Housing Commission expects greater demand for financial aid than what they have available through the program.
The Federal Reserve has become aggressive in their fight against inflation by raising interest rates and accumulating debt rates. Auto loans have yet to catch up with these rising rates, which has led many people to purchase new vehicles before the rates catch up.
Baby formula is the latest product that has been critically hit in the supply chain shortage. The shortage is not only impacting Rochester residents, but families on the national level that are connecting from all corners of the country to help each other find and receive any formula they can.
The Dodge County Wind project held its first two public hearings Tuesday afternoon and members of the public brought forth many concerns they had for the project.
The Hubbell House is one of the most famous dining locations in all of Southeast Minnesota. After being closed for five months and changing ownership, the Mantorville restaurant reopened its doors Tuesday.
The continuous rise of gas prices won't change anytime soon. How are local businesses and tourism preparing for a summer of cautious travelers when it comes to their budgets?
The yearly tradition of garage sales stretching down Highway 61 in Minnesota has kicked off once again, and many people have flocked to their favorites stops to discover any great deals they can find.