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Thursday, July 17, 2014
On this edition of Ozarks, we speak with the trumpeter of The Sons of Brasil. The Kansas City jazz band plays nothing but Latin music and will be in NWA this weekend. Plus, we join a program in progress as it encourages youngsters to read over the summer.
State Legislators get an update on measures meant to ease overcrowding in the state's prison system. Arkansas' rural roads receive unfavorable rankings in terms of fatalities and maintenance, and Bentonville officials celebrate the topping out of the city's new community center.
"Wrench and Numbers" Jeff Russo
Michael Tilley from The City Wire talks about lingering questions surrounding the Fort Smith Board of Directors and more.
Trucking evolves rapidly and we examine the latest in logistics.
Becca Martin Brown, from Northwest Arkansas Newspapers, says you can be entertained all weekend without spending much cash.
"Enlisted Men's Mess" Glenn Miller
The jazz duo Handmade Moments will release their self-titled album this Thursday at Smoke and Barrel Tavern. Expect cameos from Trout Fishing in America.