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Daltyn Lofstrom


Daltyn Lofstrom is a reporter at the Bemidji Pioneer focusing on education and community stories.

Originally from Strandquist, Minnesota, he graduated from Bemidji State University in May 2021 with degrees in Marketing and Mass Communication. When not having fun at work, he is an avid YouTube-viewer, daily journal-keeper and musician. Feel free to connect with him on LinkedIn.

Readers can get in touch with Daltyn at (218) 333-9790 or at dlofstrom@bemidjipioneer.com.

Celebrating the Bemidji Area School District’s history while musing on her own, 100-year-old LaVerne Whelan sees this weekend’s All School Reunion events as a chance to connect several generations with the commonality of the district they attended growing up.
Effective July 1, 2022, John Hoffman will serve as the next president for Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College.
The search for missing and murdered Indigenous women hits especially close to home in Bemidji this year.
Child development, leadership, democracy and culture are the core of the Indigenous Parent Leadership Initiative that will soon make its debut at the Red Lake and White Earth Nations come March.
In an effort to connect Red Lake, Standing Rock and other Nations throughout the upper Midwest with electronic vehicle charging stations, Minneapolis-based Native Sun Community Power Development and over two dozen of its partners will make use of a recently awarded $6.67 million from the U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office.
Spirits were high Monday morning as around 50 members of the Red Lake community, tribal council and state politicians took part in the groundbreaking of the Endazhi-Nitaawiging charter school set to open in Red Lake in fall 2022.
During a three-day hospital stay in Fargo, Walter Lindahl was diagnosed April 29 with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.
A 2021 graduate of Bemidji High School, Allie Beyer plans to work at the Marshall Alworth Planetarium at the university to gain exposure to the space industry while at college. In the next couple of years, she plans to apply for internships at NASA or a private company.
With her final year upcoming, Hensrud reflected on the past five years that she has led BSU and NTC with accomplishments and challenges alike.