Ozarks At Large

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This weekend, there's plenty of live country music to see throughout the area, but there are plenty of other chances to catch a variety of other styles of music too.

Wednesday, Feb. 21

Thursday, Feb. 22

Leigh Wood, host of the KUAF Vinyl Hour, explains some weeks (like this one) are a challenge to find vinyl copies of the music she wants to include on the show.

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Cathy Campbell, a Fayetteville-based Licensed Professional Counselor practices LGBTQ affirmative therapy. She says today's anti-LGBTQ political climate can be psychologically debilitating for individuals struggling to come to terms with their identities. Patrick Yang, a counselor with Ozark Guidance, who identifies as queer, says LGBTQ people scarred by prejudice may have trouble finding competent professional help.

Ozarks at Large for Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Feb 20, 2018

On today's show, we learn about CPR with just hands. And, as we get closer to the Oscars, our Militant Grammarian is ready to share with us terms and idioms that came directly from Hollywood.

Seventeen rural electric cooperatives operate across Arkansas, and all members -- customers who purchase power -- share in the profits, referred to as capital credits. The profit sharing formula and schedule, however, are complicated and differ among coops. Two staff members with Carroll Electric Cooperative Corporation, which provides electricity to 73,000 members in northwest Arkansas and southwest Missouri, walk us through their company's profit sharing management practices.