Ozarks At Large

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After the Trump Administration rolled out its HIV initiative "A Plan for America" last February, Arkansas was awarded nearly $200,000 to increase public engagement around the issue.

While the Northwest Arkansas Women's Shelter provides services to people living in Washington, Benton, Madison and Carroll Counties, they have not had a physical presence in Madison County until now. The organization has hired an advocate who works out a satellite office at the county courthouse in Huntsville.

Lia Uribe, associate professor of music at the University of Arkansas, says this week the University of Arkansas Department of Music is hosting a Faculty Showcase concert and a Brass and Ivory Trio concert.

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Friday, Jan. 24

This week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report includes a conversation with the chancellor of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Dr. Cam Patterson, about a plan to provide all Arkansans with a connection to medical professionals around the clock.

 

On today's show, we find out more about the 2020 Pan-American Cyclocross Championships, which are coming to Fayetteville in November. Plus, we have a report from Harrison where the City Council is considering regulations for the use of medical marijuana within city limits. And, we have an update on the mumps outbreak on the University of Arkansas campus.

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