Ozarks At Large

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Thursday, April 24, 2014
Ahead on this edition of Ozarks, golf is a sport, but it's also a vehicle for life lessons about honesty and perseverance. We visit the green as First Tee of Northwest Arkansas spends an afternoon teaching values to area youth. Plus, a look at the senate race in Arkansas.




A new study by AARP suggests a majority of older Arkansans favor legislation protecting older workers from age discrimination, and Bentonville aims to fill in some gaps in sidewalks with new rules for development.
"Where I'm At" by Eels
Roby Brock speaks with blogger Jason Tolbert about a series of political debates that occurred over the weekend.






The Arkansas Secretary of State this month approved the use of electronic notarization. Danielle Fusco, special projects coordinator for the business and commercial services division talks about how it works.





"Need a Little Sunshine" by Augustana
A new director for Myeloma Institute for Research and Therapy at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has been named.
"He Knows My Name" by Francesca Battistelli
The Take Back the Nigh March will take place tomorrow, the deadline to register for the Cesar Chavez Commemoration Dinner is Saturday, and more.
"Somebody Hurt You" by Keb Mo'
For our monthly Three People series we invited three journalists to the Firmin Garner Performance Studio to talk about the possible future for newspapers and news gathering.






"In My Arms Instead" by Randy Rogers Ban