Ozarks At Large

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On this edition of Ozarks, a retired Deputy U.S. Marshal discusses his responsibilities in the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing. And, the Fayetteville Public Library will soon begin public conversation regarding its expansion.

Education Commissioner Resolved in Decision

3 hours ago

Education Commissioner Johnny Key is standing by his decision to bring in a new superintendent for the Little Rock School District. 

ArcBest Earnings, Tourism Numbers

3 hours ago

Michael Tilley, from Talk Business and Politics, discusses the latest figures regarding the economy and the end of an era for the Fort Smith Public School District.  

A. Grajeda

City officials marked the Lake Fayetteville Bicycle Skills Course’s grand opening yesterday afternoon. The course offers two loops of varying difficulty and is open to riders of all ages. A skills clinic will be held at the course May 7.   

The Fayetteville Public Library is hosting public meetings to discuss the latest on the board-approved 2030 Master Plan. Community members can share their thoughts on the library's expansion project May 2-4.

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