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  • On today's show, an investment group is exploring a new federal designation for Buffalo National River. Also, another highlight from John Brown University's "Voices and Votes: Democracy in America.” Plus, archives from the Pryor Center.
  • Friday afternoon a public discussion about the Buffalo River will include conversations about the past, present and future on the rive and the people who live by it. The session is Friday at 2:00 in the Honors College Lounge on the University of Arkansas campus and will also be live steamed.
  • Friday afternoon a public discussion about the Buffalo River will include conversations about the past, present and future on the rive and the people who live by it. The session is Friday at 2:00 in the Honors College Lounge on the University of Arkansas campus and will also be live steamed.
  • This week's collection of archives from the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History highlights the work to preserve the Buffalo River as a national river.
  • Later this month several organizations will hold a gala to honor the Buffalo River and the pioneers who helped keep it flowing when a proposal would have…
  • The Buffalo River now, officially, is an important place for birds. The new designation doesn't mean anything new, but highlights the rare birds that can…
  • This week's collection of archives from the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History highlights the work to preserve the Buffalo River as a national river.
  • On today's show, a new album, Buffalo National River Songs, Vol.1, celebrates the Buffalo National River and its residents. Also, Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Robin Wynne died Wednesday night at age 70. Plus, Crawford County Quorum Court allocates money for anticipated library lawsuit costs, summer events and more.
  • The story of Lizzie Brisco, a midwife who helped deliver about 1,000 babies, inspired one of the songs on the album, Buffalo National River Songs, Vol.1. The music centers on the Buffalo National River and the people along the waterway.
  • Today on The Outline: A private meeting was held in Little Rock on Friday to discuss possible changes to the Buffalo National River’s federal designation. Also, a pint night at Pack Rat and a costume parade at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks.
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