Ozarks At Large

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We witness a naturalization ceremony that recently took place at the Fort Smith National Historic Site, we hear about a new funding proposal for public higher education in Arkansas that would tie funding to education outcomes,and we speak with the writer of the latest production by TheatreSquared, titled "All the Way."

With just more than a month remaining, the Northwest Arkansas Women's Shelter is nearly three-fourths of the way to a fundraising goal.

MUSIC: "Long Tall Sally's" Homslice Band

A. Grajeda / KUAF

In celebration of the National Park Service's centennial, naturalization ceremonies are being held at NPS sites. Fort Smith National Historic Site recently hosted one of these events. 

Buffalo River Birds

18 hours ago

The Buffalo River now, officially, is an important place for birds.  The new designation doesn't mean anything new, but highlights the rare birds that can be seen there.

MUSIC: "Paperback Writer" Vitamin String Quartet

Higher Ed Funding Formula

18 hours ago

A proposed new funding system for Arkansas' colleges and universities would tie outcomes closer to money.

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