Kyle Kellams

KUAF host, contributor, and creator of "Ozarks at Large"

Kyle Kellams has been the news director at KUAF for 25 years and has been producing Ozarks at Large (first as a weekly, then as a daily program) since March, 1990.

Kyle first started working in radio at KTLO in Mountain Home, Arkansas while still in high school and also spent a year as news director at KKIX in Fayetteville before working at KUAF.  During his time at KUAF has also served as the radio play-by-play voice for the University of Arkansas women's basketball team and on occasion the U of A baseball team.

Kyle lives in Fayetteville with his wife Laura and the two sweetest dogs on the planet.

Ways to Connect

Big Change at Tyson

5 hours ago

Michael Tilley, with Talk Business and Politics, looks at the week's news including a change at the top for Tyson Foods.

Zombies in Fort Smith, Moms at Walton Arts Center

5 hours ago

Becca Martin Brown gives us a list of possible options for the weekend that includes Fort Smith Little Theatre's production of Night of the Living Dead and Saturday night's show at Walton Arts Center about the ups and downs of motherhood.

Z. Sitek / KUAF

This week, the City of Fayetteville and University of Arkansas launched northwest Arkansas’ first bike share system, which will be operated by VeoRide. The bikes will be parked in and around downtown, along city trails, the U of A campus and various other locations across the city. For more information about how to access the bikes, click here.

The Tony-winning musical Once has one more weekend of production in Fayetteville. This week, before Tuesday's night performance, we talked with the two lead actors about their work in Once that has them acting, singing, playing instruments and more.

courtesy: Bloomsbury Publishing

In 1977, the National Women's Conference in Houston and a competing event in the same city set the stage for what became a deep divide between the country's political parties. Marjorie J. Spruill writes about those events, and their legacies, in her book, Divided We Stand: The Battle Over Women's Rights and Family Values That Polarized American Politics.

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