Ozarks At Large

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More than 19,000 pathology reports from across the country will have to be externally reviewed after a staff pathologist at the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks was deemed impaired. A press conference in Fayetteville yesterday, with members of the state's congressional delegation, included details about the matter.


Terri Lane, the Executive Director for Northwest Arkansas Land Trust, explains how the organization secures land to preserve as the region grows. Our conversation was recorded in front of an audience at Walton Arts Center as part of the 2018 Artosphere Festival.

Still on the Hill has recorded two CDs inspired by water and stories related to water. During a recent event at Walton Arts Center, in conjunction with the 2018 Artosphere Festvial, they played songs from those albums.

As part of a bigger conversation about water, we talked with PJ Marshall, a co-founder of Restore the Earth Foundation and Carl Safina from the Safina Center. The discussion included how we think of water and what we don't think about, but should. The conversation was part of an event themed around water that took place in front of an audience at Walton Arts Center.

Ozarks at Large for Monday, June 18, 2018

Jun 18, 2018

On today’s show, we get details about an impaired pathologist at the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks. Plus, we learn of an effort to build affordable housing in Eureka Springs. And we hear about the evolution of the Homegrown Music and Mountain Sports Festival.