Long-time Drive producer and friend Mike DeWald was unable to join us for our final show, but he shared his thoughts with us via an audio message. We think his thoughts perfectly capture what The Drive has
The Drive thanks the community for 15 years of loyal listening. Tomorrow, Friday, June 2, will be our last broadcast on KSRO. We hope you’ll tune in at 3 pm and continue to follow us on Facebook
Healdsburg Prune Packers Coach and GM Joey Gomes joined us on The Drive to invite listeners to their June 6 Opening Day game at Prune Packers Stadium as they begin to defend their back-to-back California State Championships.
SRPD Spokesperson Lt. Chris Mahurin joined Harry Duke on The Drive for an update on the Montgomery High School lockdown on Friday, May 12 after reports of a gun on campus. Harry, who was on the campus
Redwood Ice Theatre Company Executive Director Carmen Mitchell and a couple of hockey players (Andrew Olson and Jack Trompeter) stopped by to promote this weekend’s “Glitter Games” at Snoopy’s Home Ice. The event, scheduled for Sunday, May