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Welcome to Bring Me The News 2.0

Are we having flashbacks?!

In case you didn't notice, you're on a different website.

Yes, GoMN is once again Bring Me The News after a couple of Bring Me The News originals purchased the platform.

With new leadership comes a restored focus, 100 percent dedicated to providing the news, sports, and life stories that you, our readers, care about. 

Bottom line: we're going to filter through the noisy, nonstop cycle of information and bring you the best of what Minnesotans are interested in.

We've brought everything back full circle and we're incredibly excited to get this digital DeLorean up to 88 mph and see where it takes all of us.

What's new? 

You'll notice there are a few things different on the new Bring Me The News – not least our new logo and color scheme.

The new website is similar to GoMN, but we've made some tweaks that hopefully make it easier to navigate.

You can find our top stories as you land on our homepage. 

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bringmethenews.com homepage

Scroll down a little further for breakouts of the latest news, sports, and life stories, which will update as new stories are published.

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bringmethenews.com

Click onto one of our section pages, News, Sports and Life, and you'll see a main story followed by a chronological list of our stories.

This new layout is fairly similar to the original BMTN (which is intentional), giving you more stories to choose from without having to try too hard looking for it.

Believe us when we say that was something our readers missed the last couple of years. 

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You can also find our sections by clicking on the drop-down menu icon on the left-hand side of the page.

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We hope you like the new site and if you have any problems, drop us a message on Facebook or email news@bringmethenews.com.

Thank you all for reading!

Bring Me The News owners Adam Uren and Joe Nelson.

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