Natalie Hilden

Natalie Hilden is the Pioneer's summer reporting intern. She graduated from Nevis High School in 2017 and is now finishing up her bachelor's degree at South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD. She is majoring in News Editorial Journalism with a minor in design studies. Apart from journalism she paints and draws in her free time and enjoys watching women's soccer.

Contact Natalie at (218) 333-9772 or nhilden@bemidjipioneer.com

BEMIDJI -- For Team Future Generation of Beltrami County 4-H, the prevention of diseases starts far beyond the livestock barns at the county fair.
BEMIDJI -- Waterfront crowds roared as the WikiWiki Ohana team chased down the mighty HydraHeads in the championship race Saturday at the Lake Bemidji Dragon Boat Festival.
BEMIDJI -- All 54 teams participating in the 14th Annual Lake Bemidji Dragon Boat Festival were feeling the heat Saturday.
BEMIDJI -- For more than 20 years, Gold Mine Ranch owners have been committed to bringing a family oriented, well-organized rodeo to the Bemidji area during the county fair.
BEMIDJI -- After reaching the summit of Mount Everest not once but twice, and having a mountain named after you in Nepal, one may think Bill Burke has reached the peak of adventure for one lifetime.
BEMIDJI -- Marion Christianson found success in following her own passions and in her ability to bring out the best in the Bemidji State University community members she connected with.
BEMIDJI -- Kelly Martinka described the success of the annual Taco Fest as a well-oiled machine.
BEMIDJI -- After 39 years of serving the Bemidji community, Adult Day Services Inc. still provides adults with outlets to find their independence and strength despite aging challenges they may be facing.
Eric Sorenson can remember the first time he saw students carrying in buckets of walleye into Walnut Hall, decked out in their snowmobiling jackets and Carhartt bibs. He also remembers the first time he saw a student lugging a shotgun to their car for a hunting trip.
BEMIDJI -- Bemidji State University faculty have plans to repeat a new Chinese study abroad program they say brought knowledge and cultural awareness nursing students in May.