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Episode 23: From 10,000 Watts to 100,000 Watts, The Evolution of Public Radio in NWA with Kyle Kellams

On this episode of the podcast, we sit down with Kyle Kellams, News Director of KUAF, 91.3 FM & Producer of Ozarks at Large. Kyle has been with the public radio station for more than 30 years. In High School, Kyle started out in radio on KTLO in Mountain Home, AR, where he grew up. He attended the University of Arkansas where he spent time working at KUAF among other stations

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Episode 22: Clint Schnekloth is a Good Shepherd

On this episode of the podcast, we sit down with Clint Schnekloth who is the Pastor of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fayetteville. We talked about a wide range of topics including how Clint and his family ended up here in Arkansas, his views on the Bible belt, his heart for refugees and how he worked to start Canopy NWA.

All of this and more on this episode of I am Northwest Arkansas.

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Episode 21: Living Gluten Free in NWA with Joseph Suarez

On this episode of the podcast, we sit down with Joseph Michael Suarez from Springdale to discuss his Gluten Free lifestyle and how he navigates the local restaurant scene to find a great meal. Joseph was diagnosed with Celiac less than 10 years ago. If you ask him, this diagnosis not only changed how and what he ate but it fundamentally changed his life for the better in many ways.

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Episode 20: 9-Hours short of graduation Burt Hanna quits the U of A to start a Multi-Million dollar Potpourri and Candle company and the rest as they say is History

On this episode of the podcast, we sit down with Burt Hanna of Hanna’s Candles to discuss his Entrepreneurial path, being a World-Class Water Skier, the son of a former Mayor of Fayetteville, and why he quit the University of Arkansas 9-hours shy of graduation to start his company. Extremely interesting and engaging Burt shared his recipe for business success which begins and ends with hard work and sometimes a little bit of luck.

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