Four ways to make sure you never miss a My Buckhannon story

Here are four easy ways to reclaim your digital life from ‘the algorithm’ and make sure you never miss a My Buckhannon story:

1. Sign up for our daily email news digest. Wake up to the latest local news. Every morning, we send out an email with links to all the stories posted on My Buckhannon the previous day. It’s simple and free. Just sign up here:

2. Visit the website directly. Pop open your favorite web browser and visit our site, www.mybuckhannon.com, which is updated frequently throughout the day, 365 days a year. The site is easy to navigate and always contains the latest news from the My Buckhannon team.

3. Add My Buckhannon to your home screen, just like an app. This is easy to do on your phone and will give you an ‘app-like’ experience. Just open Safari or Chrome, head to www.mybuckhannon.com, tap the three dots, and hit add to home screen. Click for more details: Apple or Android.

4. Make social media work for you. Like our Facebook page, then click the three-dot menu, tap following, and set News Feed to “Favorites.” This will tell ‘the algorithm’ that you like our stories and want to see more of them. If it gets to be too much, you can always change this back to ‘default’ later. You can also follow us on Twitter and Instagram — @mybuckhannon.

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