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Front Porch: Men don’t have to suffer in silence

September is National Prostate Health Month, so I’m taking this moment to talk about the prostate and urinary incontinence. If that makes you squeamish or uncomfortable, stop reading now. It’s only going to get worse from here.

Front Porch: Some use stimulus checks to pay it forward

I’ve been thinking about the economic impact payments many of us have been receiving from Uncle Sam, designed to help us mitigate the economic impacts the coronavirus pandemic has brought down upon our heads.

Front Porch: Emotional link sets value of heirlooms

Heirloom: A valuable object that has belonged to a family for several generations. What do we do with our heirlooms? The closest thing I have to an heirloom is a 40-inch by 26-inch oil painting of a woodland scene by German artist M. Berner-Hardt.