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Facebook is rolling out changes to its News Feed that could affect posts you see from the Wisconsin State Journal.

There are many ways to stay connected to the State Journal and up to date on Madison-area and Wisconsin news.

Sign up to receive breaking news emails or our daily headlines list. We also offer emails highlighting sports, food, contests and more. 

Get the latest news — and breaking news alerts — by downloading our mobile apps. Click here to download the iOS version; go here if you have an Android phone.

Right now, you can subscribe to madison.com for just $5. Subscribers get unlimited articles and photo galleries, and no surveys.

You can also follow the State Journal on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google Plus.

On Facebook, here's how to make sure State Journal posts — and posts from other pages you like — stay prominent in your News Feed:

When you log into Facebook, click the down arrow in the far top right corner. Select "News Feed Preferences."

From here, click "Prioritize who to see first" and choose what pages and friends you'd like to appear at the top of your news feed. You can also choose pages and friends to unfollow or re-follow a friend or page.

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Facebook also allows you to view the most recent posts on your News Feed. Facebook shows you the most popular by default. Here's how to switch it:

Click "Home" at the top of Facebook.

Hover over the News Feed tab in the left side menu and click "..."

Select "Most Recent."

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Nick Heynen was the online editor for the Wisconsin State Journal and managed the newspaper's social media accounts until 2018. A Maryland native transplanted to Wisconsin, he joined the paper in 2007 as data reporter.