Zuzanna Sitek

Reporter, Ozarks at Large

Two Northwest Arkansas nonprofits, Hope Cancer Resources and Circle of Life Hospice, will be screening the FRONTLINE documentary "Being Mortal" to start what can be a taboo conversation about what happens after someone is given a terminal or life-threatening diagnosis.

On this edition of Ozarks, Senator John Boozman reacts to the firing of FBI director James Comey. Plus, we learn how the a travel agent's job has evolved.

courtesy / Rogers Public Schools

Students with perfect attendance at high schools in Rogers and Bentonville were eligible to win cars from McLarty Daniel dealerships through the company's inaugural Attendance is the Key initiative. On Tuesday, at Rogers High School, Jimmy Whitten, a special needs student, won a Jeep Renegade when the key he pulled out of a bag was the one that turned on the car.

Last week, Pea Ridge voters turned down a proposed millage increase that would have funded construction of a new high school. So what's next for the school district? On today's program, we find out, plus we hear from Charlie Allison about his new book, "A Brief History of Fayetteville."

courtesy / Pea Ridge Schools

Pea Ridge Schools Superintendent Rick Neal discusses the school district's future plans to deal with student growth after residents voted against a 5.1 millage increase in a special election last week. The increase would have funded a new high school.

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