Ozarks At Large

Latest Edition of Ozarks at Large

Friday, April 18, 2014
Ahead on this edition of Ozarks, we learn about traditional Native American ecological and cultural practices. Plus, we hear a roundtable discussion about recent political polling data for this year's statewide elections.






A new book expands the understanding of Mexico's indigenous people and their interactions with Europeans over the past several centuries.
Arkansas Lottery Officials update the Legislative Oversight Committee on decreasing lottery revenue. A group advocates at the state capitol for fairer tax laws, and the Ben Geren Aquatics Center moves forward as the first construction bids will soon be awarded.
"Wonderful Unknown" by Ingrid Michaelson (featuring Greg Laswell)
The designation for a stretch of highway in Arkansas is changing to Interstate 49.
Before the Amazeum broke ground on a permanent space this morning, we visit their tinkering studio to learn through experience.






"Appreciated" by Rixton
Becca reminds us about the 'Hog Wild' exhibit at Rogers Historical Museum.
While about a dozen students of KIPP Delta Public Schools, an open-enrollment charter school network in Blytheville and Helena visited the UA Fayetteville campus yesterday, university officials formally announced a partnership with the public charter school that aims to increase college attainment for students in underserved communities.
"Gold" by Chet Faker