Daniel Caruth

Morning Host/Producer
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A new exhibit at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History will examine the evolution and influence of Greek life organizations at the University of Arkansas from the 1800s through modern day. Going Greek: History of Fraternities and Sororities at the University of Arkansas opens Monday, Feb. 3. 


On today's show, after a record-breaking year at XNA, we find out what's next for the airport in 2020. Plus, Buffalo National River Partners is getting ready for the 50th anniversary celebration of the river, we'll tell you more about their logo contest. And, we delve into our archives for a look at Highfill before XNA and the airport's "cloud breaking" ceremony in 1995.

We dip into our archives, from 1992 to 2018, to examine how Ozarks at Large has covered aviation stories for the past 30 years. We'll go back to a pre-XNA Highfill, to the "cloud breaking" ceremony for XNA in 1995, and spend some time in the air considering aviation tourism.


On today's show, we preview a public mental health discussion about grief that has been curated specifically for minority communities. Plus, we find out more about a plan from the state Department of Health to improve access to HIV prevention services and treatments. And, we hear from advocates from the Northwest Arkansas Women's Shelter about the organization's expansion into Madison County.

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After the Trump Administration rolled out its HIV initiative "A Plan for America" last February, Arkansas was awarded nearly $200,000 to increase public engagement around the issue.