Matthew Moore

Reporter & Producer

Matthew Moore is a reporter and producer for Ozarks At Large. Before going into journalism, Matthew spent time in the music production industry, working with artists such as Reba McEntire, Steve Martin, 2 Chainz, and Chris Thile.

In 2021, Matthew graduated with an M.A. in journalism from the University of Arkansas. When he’s not out in the field or in the studio, Matthew loves rewatching The West Wing or Parks and Recreation with his wife Emily and long-haired dachshund Oliver.

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On today’s show, Arkansans who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are free to go – except if you are immune compromised. Plus, Cherokee Nation Chief Chuck Hoskin, Jr. is setting an example with mental wellness, and much more.

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COVID-19 took a major toll on the Cherokee Nation. Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. recently signed an executive order providing all government employees two hours of paid mental wellness leave monthly, in addition to re-dedicating a new walking path.

On today’s show, what has changed in the year since George Floyd’s murder?  Plus Clare Starr brings us music, a week in review with Michael Tilley from Talk Business and Politics, and much more.

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This week marks one year since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Books on systemic racism were on bestseller’s list, protests were happening globally, but there's still a lot change that needs to happen.

On today’s show, vaccine cards.  What if you lose yours?  Who wants to see them anyway? The answers today. Plus, a bill limiting transgender medicine is challenged in court, a new work of dance at Mt. Sequoyah inspired by Mt. Sequoyah, and much more.

A growing number of Arkansans have received the COVID-19 vaccine and a card with a record of your shots. But what are we supposed to do with that incoveniently sized paper? And what happens if you lose it?

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