It's that time of year when the news starts to dry up as everyone takes off work and tries to be nice to each other for a few weeks.
That means we're among the many media outlets looking for fresh content to keep us going through to the New Year.
We couldn't find any, so here are the 10 most read Bring Me The News stories of 2018 – click the images or headlines to re-acquaint yourself with each one.
Our readers were very much intrigued by this May story about the most expensive home in Minnesota to hit the market.
It helps that it included a gallery of stunning pics, courtesy of Sotheby's International Realty.
Remember this? Our readers went crazy for the work of local hip-hop artist Alex Frecon in early September.
Holy crap do you remember that ridiculous mid-April snowfall? When the Twin Cities saw 18 inches of snow and other areas saw more than two feet?
One of the earliest stories under the new leadership of Bring Me The News (thanks for sticking with us, btw) was all about laughing at celebs in town for the Super Bowl who couldn't handle the temperatures.
This sad story about a double fatal crash in west-central Minnesota attracted attention after a GoFundMe was launched to help the couple's family. It has since raised more than $25,000.
It was only three months ago that this devastating storm system moved through Minnesota, causing damage in towns including, but not limited to, Granada, Morristown and Faribault.
This worrying incident happened in late July, when a woman from Corpus Christi in Texas was walking on a trail, and fought off a man who tried to grab her.
What's more interesting to read about than the weather forecast? How about 3 MONTHS of weather forecasts? There was optimism that we would see a warmer winter than usual which is actually turning out to be pretty accurate if December is anything to go by.
The friendship between Jack Kocon and Ty Koehn became a national talking point as their embrace went viral after the end of the Totino-Grace and Mounds View high school baseball game. It was reported first by Bring Me The News, we should add (not something we can boast about very often!)
Remember the aftermath of the NFC Championship game? Vikings fans were given anything but a warm welcome in the city of brotherly love.