Ozarks At Large

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Governor Asa Hutchinson is asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a disaster declaration in counties that were flooded with rain earlier this year.

Roby Brock of Talk Business & Politics sits down with Skip Rutherford, dean of the Clinton School of Public Service, and former state representative John Burris to get some insight into the Presidential race as it enters the home stretch.

How To Escape The Noise, Or How To Embrace It

Sep 23, 2016

Becca Martin Brown of the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette gives us some suggestions on what to do to escape Bikes, Blues & BBQ, or where to go to be in the thick of it.

courtesy / Hubby Jenkins

Hubby Jenkins is a multi-instrumentalist. He plays the banjo, guitar, and even the bones. He has performed on national stages with the Carolina Chocolate Drops and with Rhiannon Giddens and her solo project. In late August, Hubby played a solo set on the main stage of the Fayetteville Roots Festival.

Ozarkansas Fresh #19: Fall Freshness and Hobo Pouches

Sep 23, 2016
Dorothy Hall, instagram @simplyonearth

Chef Dorothy Hall with this week's OzarkansasFresh, which features the first official fall produce.  This segment is brought to you in partnership with Edible Ozarkansas, and with thanks to Dripping Springs Garden.