Ozarks At Large

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On today’s show, Washington Regional and Community Clinic are offering free breast exams. Plus, a public examination of what is to become of a historic strip of land in Lowell. And we explore King’s Mouth...an art installation by Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, which is on display in downtown Springdale.

The Washington Regional Cancer Support Home and Community Clinic are partnering to provide free clinical breast exams from 4 to 6 p.m. Aug. 20. Registration is required by Aug. 15, and appointments can be made by calling 479-521-8024.

The Next SoNA Season

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The works included in the next season for the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas include familair pieces. A new composition by Paul Haas, music director and conductor for SoNA, is also included in the season.

Z. Sitek / KUAF

More than a hundred people turned out to Lowell City Hall Thursday to oppose the paving of a small section of North Old Wire Road between Lowell and Rogers. Residents provided numerous reasons for wanting to keep the road as it is, one of them was the area’s historical significance, which includes ties to Trail of Tears, the Butterfield Overland Stage Coach Route and the Civil War.

K. Kellams / KUAF

A new art installation on Emma Avenue in downtown Springdale springs from the mind of Wayne Coyne, lead singer of The Flaming Lips.