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Brenna Griteman
Brenna Griteman is Life Editor at The Courier. She grew up in Napoleon, Ohio, and majored in journalism at The University of Toledo. She has worked at The Northwest Signal in Napoleon and, most recently, Delmarva Media Group in Salisbury, Md. In between she spent three years perfecting the art of coffee-making and barista-ing at Biggby Coffee. Brenna loves penguins, doughnuts and really great books, in no particular order.

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Brenna GritemanRT @swarthurs: .@BrennaGriteman story on the shutdown affecting food assistance. @WestOhioFB: “We are treating this man-made disaster like…15 hours ago 2 0
Brenna GritemanRT @FindlayCourier: Over 5,000 Hancock County residents relying on food assistance will be left without a safety net if the federal governm…15 hours ago 6 0
Brenna GritemanRT @nytimes: “We’re not going to discourage any companionship for our penguins. Love is love." https://t.co/MViDHPEOYn3 days ago 256 0
Brenna GritemanRT @lelindstrom: It's a sad day in Toledo. As of next month, the city will no longer have a daily newspaper. Local journalism is vitally…4 days ago 32 0
Brenna GritemanRT @FindlayLife: The river benching project in the Liberty Street dam area is churning up mud and muck -- and antique bottles. https://t.co…4 days ago 2 0

Stories by Brenna

Shutdown impacts area food assistance

By BRENNA GRITEMAN LIFE EDITOR Over 5,000 Hancock County residents relying on food assistance will be left...

Kan Du partners with Amazon for designs that deliver

By BRENNA GRITEMAN LIFE EDITOR Got an Amazon gift card from Christmas that's been burning a hole...

Pay it forward, by the slice

By BRENNA GRITEMAN LIFE EDITOR School dismisses at Glenwood Middle School at 2:30 p.m., and students scatter...

MCPA brings art to the heart of Findlay

By BRENNA GRITEMAN LIFE EDITOR If you want to see exceptional art from around the world, you...

A ‘marry’ Christmas in area school

By BRENNA GRITEMAN LIFE EDITOR UPPER SANDUSKY -- A group of Upper Sandusky third-graders headed into Christmas...