Oh, the places moms go

...nightmare called Funny Farm. My mother would try to explain the hard work she did as...get it." I didn't realize my husband would go back to work right away, but we needed...was going to do this mothering thing it would be sacred. I wasn't secure enough for...


...in 2010. The worry was that the shirts would incite conflict with the school's many...were smaller, you could wear this and it would be fine.""I've also seen skinny...school board member Suni Kartha said, would be to come up with a clear, consistent...

Poorly worded press release perpestuates stereotypes, undermines message

...way to promote the practice. With the social stigma attached to all things sexual in public, we're astonished that anyone would want to encourage breastfeeding - a practice that requires regular execution throughout the day - by using that description...

Support makes SoHi prom Gatsby-esque

On behalf of the Soldotna High School Class of 2015, we would like to thank the following people and businesses for their...Schneider and Dan Harbison during work session. Finally, we would like to thank the many Soldotna High School staff members who...

Brown Bears looking forward to more stable offseason

...After the 2012-13 campaign, the Bears would lose their head coach of four seasons...even without a playoff berth the Bears would have achieved their goals of being a positive...competing every weekend."Either way, we would have considered the season a success...

Challenge to school district: Keep arts education thriving

...least of all in human relationships. I would like to issue a challenge to the head honchos...and take pride in it. But none of this would have happened without Renee and her choir...of these students (also like myself) would not be competitive for academic scholarships...

House approves workers' comp changes

...shifts to a different system where prices would be based on federal Medicaid and Medicare...adjusted through a "conversion factor" that would be set by the Alaska Medical Services Review...within the state. The conversion factor would make additional adjustments, but just...

Senate committee releases its version of education bill

...over the current level of $5,680 per student. The increases would be cumulative, each year on top of the previous year's increase...100 to this for the first year, so the first-year increase would be $168, with $58 added in each of the two following years...

Council passes no wake zone ordinance in Kenai harbor

...reaches the vegetative line of the banks, the boat wakes create erosion issues," he said. "Times where no wake zone apply would be during high tides until the tide falls back below the line." Gabriel said the Coast Guard will be active to regulate speeds...


Opens Friday, May 30, 2014 Synopsis: The untold story of Disney's most fearsome villainess comes to life in this dark fantasy starring Angelina Jolie as the dreaded Maleficent. As a young girl, Maleficent possessed radiant beauty and a pure heart. Her life in a quiet forest kingdom was a happy one until a fateful day when invading humans carved a swath of chaos throughout the land. Maleficent's selfless heroism during those dark times would become the stuff of legend, though it was an unspeakable act of betrayal that would ultimately shape her into the dreaded Mistress of All Evil. That diabolical transformation begins to take place when the vengeful Maleficent seeks to defeat the noble invader's successor, and places a curse on his infant daughter Aurora. Later, Maleficent discovers that the child she once cursed may possess the power to not only pull her back from the dark side, but to restore the peace in their battle-scarred land as well. Sharlto Copley, Elle Fanning, Sam Riley, Imelda Staunton, and Miranda Richardson co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Angelina Jolie, Sharlto Copley, Elle Fanning, Sam Riley, Imelda Staunton Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review


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