Post Bulletin Reporter Brian Todd

Brian Todd

News Editor

Brian Todd has worked for the Post Bulletin full-time since 2016, and had worked as a freelancer for several publications including the Post Bulletin for five years before that.

When not at work, he spends time with his family, roots for the Houston Astros and watches his miniature dachshund sleep, which is why that dog is more bratwurst than hotdog. He also writes novels and short stories he hopes to eventually see published. His dream is to someday win the Bulwer Lytton Fiction Contest, which he believes would rate a mention on his tombstone.

Brian graduated from the University of Nebraska-Omaha with a degree in journalism and a minor in chemistry.

Readers can reach Brian at 507-285-7715 or

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