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Times of San Diego takes an old-fashioned approach to reporting the news: just the facts.

We don’t try to be liberal or conservative—that’s for cable news. And we’re trying hard to fight the scourge of fake news, both real and imagined.

You can make sure you see the latest from Times of San Diego by choosing “See First” in your Facebook news feed.

Facebook has announced that it too is fighting fake news, and will make choices about what news to show you based on surveys and traffic levels. We don’t know how this change will affect Times of San Diego, but choosing “See First” will ensure you don’t miss any of our news.

All you have to do is log in to your Facebook page, then go to ours by entering Times of San Diego in the Facebook search bar and clicking the magnifying glass. Then click on our page to open it. Finally pull down the menu under “Following” and choose “See First.”

This will ensure that you see the 20 to 25 articles a day published from our team of contributing editors. It’s the best way to stay informed about what’s happening in the greater San Diego area.

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If you have questions, comments or news tips, don’t hesitate to email us at news@timesofsandiego.com.

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.