Who Runs The World?
Should College Athletes Be Paid? Coach Sam Pittman Thinks So
The Student Athlete Publicity Rights Act, a proposed Arkansas bill that would allow college athletes be paid, is gaining traction and Razorback Football Head Coach Sam Pittman says its approval will be vital for future athlete recruitment.
You can listen to the full story HERE
U of A Grant to Assist with Teacher Shortage
Earlier this week, we reported on a recent study funded by the Walton Family Foundation that found there is a disparity of uncertified teachers in Arkansas.
You can listen to the full report featuring the U of A HERE
The Only Upward Graph We Want
NWA Daily (Pinnacle Hills Promenade; Rogers)
Despite many barriers, cumulative sales tax revenue for the month of January in the NWA region rose to $6.707M - this is the strongest for the month of January on record.
You can read the full Talk Business & Politics report HERE
NWA Daily (Pink House Alchemy; Fayetteville)
As we draw near the end of Women's History Month, we wanted to take this time to spotlight some of the incredible female-owned businesses in NWA, with a little help from our friends at Leisurlist. Here are a few of our favorites and some you may not have heard of!
And these are just a few of our favotire women owned business. The full list of women owned business across the region can be seen HERE
Sponsored by The Peel Compton Foundation
Air Up Your Tires and Have a Summer Full of Mountain Biking Fun
Get ready for a Spring & Summer FULL of mountain bike programming!
Coler Mountain Bike Preserve is partnering with 37 North to bring you some diverse programming with all skill levels in mind. Programs cover everything from yoga to bikepacking, there's something for everyone! Click here to learn more and view the calendar of events. There will be four programs each month, running April through June.
Full program list:
Thanks to Crossland Construction and Phat Tire Bike Shop for sponsoring and supporting these community programs.
The Peel Compton Foundation connects the community through nature, education, recreation, and preservation
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