Ozarks At Large

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The McMillion Innovation Studio at the University of Arkansas is opening up its Innovate 2 Lead training to business owners and civic leaders to come up with creative solutions to community issues. Plus, a local used bookstore is celebrating 20 years in business. And, we celebrate moths during National Moth Week.

The University of Arkansas Walton College of Business is opening up its Innovate 2 Lead training to business owners and civic leaders this week with a free two-day seminar in Bentonville. Registration is required and space is limited. Interested parties should contact Jessica Salmon at jsalmon@walton.uark.edu for availability.

Courtesy / Once Upon a Time Books

Once Upon a Time Books began as an online business in 1999. Today, the family-owned business has a retail store in Tontitown in addition to selling books online. A celebration of its 20th anniversary will be held July 19 through 20.

Courtesy / Doug Stowe

Mark Twain National Forest officials say banning wild boar hunting and conducting strategic trapping will help control destructive invasive feral swine on forest lands in southern Missouri, some of which border northern Arkansas. A public comment period ends July 23.

Courtesy / Charles Abramson

Charles Henry Turner was born in Ohio in 1867. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as a Ph.D. and went on to become a high school teacher, principal and college professor. Turner also published several scientific research papers on neurology, invertebrates, ecology and the environment. This is his story.