Editorial Staff

Life after war can be one of the most challenging obstacles for a veteran. That's why Soldier's Songs and Voices offers Northwest Arkansas veterans an outlet to express themselves and share their experience with other returned soldiers. 

Lee Haight and Jim Hale spoke with Pete Hartman about the veteran-run project and how they are working to heal the wounds of war on the home front. 

Think back to the summer when your were a kid. What did you do when you needed to make some quick cash? 

If you're like most Americans, you probably started a lemonade stand.

Photo by Whit Pruitt, University Relations

In honor of the University of Arkansas' 147th birthday, the Division of Student Affairs is holding a day of online giving - 1,871 minutes, an homage to the year the university was founded, to be exact. 

Anyone can make a donation to the UA in support of their favorite campus cause from academic organizations to the senior walk. The third annual fundraiser runs from 6 a.m. on April 4 through 1:11 p.m. on April 5. 

Mercy Health's McAuley Clinic Without Walls gives uninsured adults health care options free of charge and offers health screenings for patients in need. In one year the program has served more than 100 individuals. The clinic holds screenings one day each month at both the Rogers and Springdale Samaritan Community Centers.

In this edition of the KUAF Community Spotlight, Amber Freeman, a volunteer with the Northwest Arkansas chapter of the American Cancer Society, shares her battle with Hodgkin's Lymphoma and the importance of working with caner patients and survivors in your community.