Ozarks At Large

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Ahead on Ozarks, a report on the approved usage of E-Notarization in Arkansas. And we speak to an editor, a reporter, and a journalism instructor about the future of newspapers and journalism.

The state Department of Workforce Services releases March unemployment numbers for Arkansas, though they remain slightly above the national rate. Plus, the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage will either be reaffirmed or struck down in the coming weeks.
"Marseilles" by Hey Marseilles
P3 Waste Consulting has helped develop a program for Mercy Hospital in Rogers to recycle blue wrap used to keep surgical instruments sterile.

In his weekly recap, Roby Brock discusses Home BancShares reporting a record first quarter profit and more.

"Voice In My Throat" by Pearl and the Beard
A screening of the documentary film Girl Rising aims to raise local awareness to the challenges girls face globally in education. Hosted by GIRLS Rock of Ramay Junior High, the screening will be at 6:30 Thursday evening at the Fayetteville High School Performing Arts Center.

Becca lists several free performances by University of Arkansas ensembles scheduled for this week.
To hear today's edition of Arkansongs, visit their website here.

Michael K. Honey's new book Sharecropper's Troubadour gives us details of the life of John L. Handcox.