Paul Gatling

Contributing Reporter

Contributing reporter from Northwest Arkansas Business Journal and Talk Politics.

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On today's show, we hear how Arvest Bank is fighting hunger through its annual Million Meals campaign. Plus, we hear how some of the props used in HBO's True Detective have found their way back into area thrift stores. And we get a preview of a new jazz festival at Bentonville West High School, and we learn about a film that will have its first sneak debut screening in Eureka Springs.

In today's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report, we hear about legislation concerning business that came this year from the Arkansas Legislature. We also hear about the banks with the best return on assets ratio in northwest Arkansas.

On today's show, we hear about an upcoming gathering that will take place simultaneously in four Arkansas cities to raise money and awareness about climate change. Also, a visiting virtuoso who will bring his oud to audiences in northwest Arkansas gives us a preview of his concerts, happening tonight and tomorrow in Fayetteville. And we hear from some of the local musicians who entered this year's Tiny Desk Contest.

Next week, the Arkansas Aerospace and Defense Alliance will host the Mid-America Aerospace and Defense Summit in Fort Smith. In today's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report, we hear from Chad Causey, the organization's executive director, to learn more about the event. Plus we hear some banking and transportation earnings reports and more.

On today’s show, we learn how Habitat for Humanity Benton County is coordinating a Women Build program, starting with skills orientation. Plus, a visiting scholar discusses the differences and similarities between a civilian courtroom and a military one. And, a big golf tournament lands in northwest Arkansas.

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