Ozarks At Large

Latest Edition of Ozarks at Large

Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Ahead on this edition of Ozarks, Northwest Arkansas Rape Crisis Center will soon be able to expand their efforts to survivors of sexual assault, and a traveling exhibit at the University of Arkansas this week wants college students to engage in conversations about hunger.

The rainy weather has caused a delay in planting for some farmers, while late freezes are causing concern for others with winter wheat crops. The state Republican party gets permission to intervene in a lawsuit regarding rules for absentee voters as part of the state's Voter ID law. And Fort Smith directors consider a set of rules regarding how city employees interact with city residents.
"Now and Always" by Rockpile
Community Health Workers in Arkansas have formed a network to better deliver public health services and share best practices.

The NWA Rape Crisis Center plans to open a forensic exam clinic in Rogers by the end of the month.
"Smoke" by James Moody
Becca Martin Brown from Northwest Arkansas Newspapers says there are drums, guitars and horns in our near future.
Surveys conducted through site visits to Arkansas school districts that conducted PARCC field testing this spring showed that most districts will be prepared for Common Core technology requirements this fall.
How not to be bored the next few days: standup comedy, a walk around Lake Fayetteville and Arts Live presents a modified musical.
"Four or Five Times" by Bessie Smith
The traveling exhibit called Hunger U is on the University of Arkansas campus this week.
at end of show: “Route 66” by John Pizarelli