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At BringMeTheNews we believe that it's more important than ever for trained journalists to sort through the volumes of Minnesota news content published online each day and deliver only the highest quality content directly to you.

We are constantly evolving our techniques, technology and design to earn your trust as the most credible source for daily Minnesota news.

We’re looking for limited number of volunteers to test a few new ideas and peek behind the curtain of our digital journalism innovation laboratory.

I hope you’re interested. Please fill out the quick form below and someone from our team will be in touch.

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