OAL Episodes

The Washington County Sheriff's Office is home to a martial arts dojo that offers free self-defense classes. On today's program, we learn about Project Zen, and we learn about a proposed cannabis cultivation facility that could be built in Fayetteville if approved by the city

On today's program, highlights from Congressman Steve Womack's town hall held last night in Bentonville. Also, The Chads join us in the studio to talk about their new album, titled Debt Canceling, Supernatural Power of God. And, we hear about TheatreSquared's latest production, Intimate Apparel, which closes this weekend at Walton Arts Center's Nadine Baum Studios.

On today’s show, a woman touched by tragedy explains her feelings toward capital punishment; state representative Rebecca Petty will talk with us. Plus, a Bentonville program is the only one in the state offering entrepreneurial guidance to people as young as 12, and the band Los Lobos finally arrives in Arkansas tomorrow night, after decades of performing all over the place with the same lineup.

On today's program, we take a broad look at immigration. We hear from Russell Carey of the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation about the organization's recent report regarding the impact of immigration. Steve Clark of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce weighs on in the city's need for immigration, and we talk with Daniel Connelly, a former Associated Press writer and author of The Book of Isaias, which tells the story of a child of Hispanic immigrants as he prepares to apply for college

On today’s show a man who knows what its like to help execute a prisoner; we continue our discussions about the death penalty as Arkansas prepares to resume capital punishment next week. Plus, a new report places the Buffalo River on a list of endangered waterways, and our Militant Grammarian offers sympathy for those confused by the rules involved with the English language.