Paul Gatling

Contributing Reporter

Contributing reporter from Northwest Arkansas Business Journal and Talk Politics.

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On today's show, we tell you about a Bentonville-based transitional housing nonprofit that has launched a tea company to raise funds for residents while they learn business skills. Plus, more than three billion birds have disappeared in North America since 1970, but an Arkansas orinthologist says there is some encouraging news. And we learn all about timba music ahead of a performance by Tiempo Libre at the Walton Arts Center.

This week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report includes a discussion of the impeachment inquiry with members of both major political parties.

A Houston-based cryotherapy business is planning to open two locations in Arkansas. In today's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report, Paul Gatling finds out why the sub-zero temperature treatment has become popular across the country. 

On today's show, University of Arkansas-Fort Smith leadership promises to do better during a public forum held after a men's basketball coach is accused of racial discrimination. Plus, the 7Hills Homeless Center in Fayetteville is adding to its facilities as the homeless population in the region continues to grow. And, the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report examines the 2020 political races taking shape in Arkansas.

The 2020 general election is still more than a year away, but Roby Brock and Wesley Brown from Talk Business and Politics are already discussing races that are taking shape in Arkansas during today's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report.

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