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.

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A nearly one-thousand mile bicycle journey passed through northwest Arkansas yesterday as riders commemorate the forced removal of thousands of Cherokee people along the Trail of tears.

Matt Campbell's Blue Hog report has been an influential player in Arkansas politics.

Becca Martin Brown provides a little bit of history of rodeo in the Ozarks.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Jun 18, 2014

Ahead on Ozarks, the Springdale Chamber of Commerce announces a program to create new jobs. Also, a conversation with Johnathan Martin, national political correspondent for The New York Times.

Joe Thompson, Arkansas Surgeon General, on Tuesday presented to a legislative oversight panel a timeline for major changes to the Private Option. Meanwhile, Cheryl Smith, the new executive director of Arkansas' Health Insurance Marketplace on Tuesday introduced herself to legislators. Foresters and biologists across the state are celebrating Pollinator Week, and next week, hundreds of veterans will descend upon Fayetteville for the Veterans Golden Age Games.

Igniting Springdale

Jun 18, 2014

  The Springdale Chamber of Commerce went public yesterday with a grand plan intended to spur job growth.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Jun 17, 2014

Ahead on Ozarks, a business degree from the University of Arkansas without ever seeing Old Main or setting foot on senior walk: an online degree is now a reality. Plus, we get an update on updating Cane Hill, one of the oldest communities in the region.

The two candidates in this year's Arkansas governor's race recently discussed their views of what the future holds for the state's Private Option. The future of hog farms in the Buffalo River Watershed may be uncertain with a recently proposed ban on confined animal breeding operations near the national river. And the Fort Smith Fire Department may not have to travel as far for training in the future, if the city board of directors approves construction of a training facility in the city.

Shiloh Museum will give us the story of Essie Ward, an artist from Nubbin Hill.

The last days of spring have almost everything for the curious.  From a science fiction reading to a workshop on rails, we have details on some of the events.

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