Ozarks at Large Archives

There have been few sports games of any kind the past several weeks, so we're dipping into our archives to hear excerpts from past shows about some of the people who have made a career of bringing Razorback games to radio listeners.

Courtesy / University of Arkansas Libraries Special Collections

We take a listen back to a story from the summer of 1995, when Dickson Street in Fayetteville was evolving, and hear about the closing of Shipley's Bakery and how a number of businesses have shaped the street and city for decades. 

It's been 30 years since Kyle Kellams started hosting Ozarks at Large, so throughout June, we'll be replaying some stories and interviews from those last three decades. Today, we go back to an afternoon in July, 1996 that Kyle spent in Winslow learning about an all-ages wilderness skills camp.