Brittany Kohler, Content Manager

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Brittany Kohler is the Content Manager of Riverbender.com and EdGlenToday.com. 

As a reporter, Kohler covers local events and provides feature articles for the local riverbend personalities and businesses. Kohler also runs the social media sites for Riverbender.com and all clients that Riverbender.com provides that service for. 

Born and raised in Alton Illinois, Kohler graduated from Alton High School in 2006. After attending Western Illinois University for a short while, Kohler decided to join the Marine Corps to travel and experience a fast pace structured lifestyle. Kohler graduated Marine Corps boot camp in March 2008 and was awarded Company Honor Graduate and Company Iron Woman.

Kohler graduated from the Basic Public Affairs Specialist Course, Basic Writing and Announcing Skills Course and Broadcast Operations and Maintenance Course at the Defense Information School at Fort Meade, Md. She was then stationed at Marine Corps Air Station New River in Jacksonville North Carolina where she worked at the Joint Public Affairs office for the remainder of her term.

Kohler deployed to South America on the USS Gunston Hall in 2010 in support of Amphibious Southern Partnership Station 2011. There, she conducted and documented jungle survival training and humanitarian missions in Guatemala, Belize, Colombia and other locations along the way.

After a successful 4 years in the Marines, Kohler returned home to Alton and immediately began continuing her education. In 2013, Kohler received her Associates in Science from Lewis and Clark Community College and is currently enrolled in the Public Relations/Marketing program at Ashford University.

As an independent civilian contractor, Kohler continues to work for the Marine Corps Special Operations Command in support of their final training exercises.

An avid Cardinals fan and recreational volleyball player, Kohler enjoys the company of her many friends and takes advantage of spending time with her ever expanding family whenever she can. She believes Alton is perfect for her and is looking forward to one day raising children of her own in the same town she grew up in.

To contact Brittany Kohler for future events or story ideas, e-mail brittany@riverbender.com or call (618) 465-9850 ext. 237. Follow her on Twitter @KohlerJ

See links below for Kohler's published material on Riverbender.com.

SPRINGFIELD – Governor Bruce Rauner today granted eight and denied 152 clemency petitions. About 650 petitions remain from previous administrations. The 160 clemency petitions Governor Rauner acted upon today are part of dockets dating back to April 2012. This is the ninth set of petitions...
ALTON - State Street Market is excited to invite you to their very first wine tasting “ WINES FOR THE EASTER TABLE ” on Wednesday, March 23. The event will take place at State Street Market, located at 208 State Street in Alton and guests are welcome to stop by anytime between...
Travel with Jerseyville Parks and Recreation Department (JPRD) to Busch Stadium to watch the St. Louis Cardinals during the 2016 season. Guest will have three opportunities to see the Cardinals play! Join JPRD this spring on Thursday, April 14 to see the third game in the home-opener series against...
GRAFTON – Jerseyville’s Brad Hagen has had a long-time dream of opening an affiliate of the Broadway Oyster Bar & Grill in Downtown St. Louis on the Grafton riverfront and as of this week, he has made that a reality. The Grafton Oyster Bar opened their doors last...
FRIDAY Paper Slip Theatre presents Comedy Improv at Jacoby Arts Center 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM “The Dating Game” meets “Whose Line is it Anyway?” That’s the best way to describe what Ed Reggi and his Paper Slip Theatre will present on Friday, Feb. 26, at 8:00...
ALTON – Newlyweds Kyle and Jessica Aulabaugh are making dreams come true not only for themselves, but for others in our community as well. The couple recently partnered with a long-time friend, Justin “Dutch” Harris , to begin a new journey in the world of automobiles....
JERSEYVILLE - The fourth annual Jordan Klope Memorial Sporting Clays and Trap Shoot is set for March 12 to support the Youth Shooting Sports program of the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen’s Club in Godfrey. Sporting clays will be begin at 9 a.m. at Otter...
The Jersey County Business Association held a ribbon cutting for the most recent addition to Jerseyville Estates, an assisted living community.
The Alton-Godfrey Rotary Club's 31st Annual Chili Chowdown is set for Monday, March 7 at Main Street United Methodist Church in Upper Alton. The popular fund-raising event features all-you-can eat chili, beverage, and dessert for just $8.00. Serving hours are 11 a.m. through 1 p.m. and again...
ALTON – Drugs and/or alcohol and depression typically go hand in hand. It is no secret that each day, the war on drugs defeats someone. That someone could be you, your co-worker, a family member, a friend. That someone was almost Ty Bechel . Ty, along with many others active...
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