OAL Episodes

Ozarks at Large for Thursday, July 27, 2017

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On today’s show, the little food pantry may get a little bigger. Plus, a look at women in the Klan in Arkansas. The little-known history of women in the White Nationalist movement in Arkansas. And how am odd gig turned into a band name; we hear from Aisle 24

On today’s show, a call for a new jail in Franklin County. Plus, Johnson County looks to the sun for a new energy project. And we learn about an event next week designed to encourage people to run for office.

On today’s Ozarks, for a growing Marshallese population in northwest Arkansas, a physician who speaks their language. Plus, an intensive formula for exposure to a different culture; a foreign exchange program puts students from Muslim families abroad with American families. And considering what to do with an aging dam in Bentonville.

On today’s show, a big decision for a small dam in Benton County. Plus, Pete Seeger’s life as a musician, environmentalist and social activist is explored in a special exhibit at Tulsa’s Woody Guthrie Center; and Gerald Sloan’s memoir in verse.

On today’s show, as the younger workforce numbers continue to grow in northwest Arkansas, young professionals are reaching out to each other. Plus, an Arkansas-based study on fracking. And from Austin, Texas...the band Knife in the Water plays in the Firmin-Garner Performance Studio.

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