On today's program, we have highlights from Congressman Steve Womack's meeting this morning with constituents in West Fork., and we hear how voters aim to have a shout-free meeting with Senator Tom Cotton tomorrow in Springdale. Also, we hear how the city of Fayetteville is taking the first step toward developing a certification standard for life-long housing.

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Third District Congressman Steve Womack met with constituents this morning in West Fork.

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Ozark Indivisible, an organization that grew from the recent presidential election, is urging its members and others to be civil at Sen. Tom Cotton's, R-Arkansas, first town hall meeting since President Donald Trump's inauguration. They are also hoping to get their message across to the senator before he heads back to Washington, D.C. The town hall is scheduled for Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the Pat Walker Performing Arts Center in Springdale. Doors will open at 4:45 p.m.

President Remains Popular in Arkansas

9 hours ago
Talk Business & Politics

A new poll from Talk Business and Politics and Hendrix College indicates President Trump remains very popular in Arkansas.

Convention of States Proposals Fail

9 hours ago

Two proposals to have Arkansas endorsement for a convention of states failed in Little Rock, but another effort may be coming.

Fayetteville is considering a volunteer effort to establish a lifelong housing program.

Headlines Don't Always Work

9 hours ago

Our Militant Grammarian, Katherine Shurlds, has a love for headlines that go wrong.

Community Spotlight - Anthropology Open House

Feb 20, 2017
uark.edu

The Department of Anthropology at the University of Arkansas will hold an open house today from 4 to 7 in the basement of Old Main.  This open house will give you the opportunity to learn about the research taking place in the department, which spans archeology, biological anthropology, and cultural anthropology.  

On today’s show, legislators meet with constituents to talk about proposed constitutional amendments, healthcare and, yes...guns on campus. Plus, we learn about a tax hike for soda in Arkansas , and we hear how Shiloh Museum of Ozark History is helping to keep Ozark ballads alive with a new generation.

As the Arkansas House and Senate continue work, five legislators from northwest Arkansas met with constituents late Friday.

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