The Drive w/ Steve & The Professor

Join the Drive w/ Steve & The Professor weekday afternoons 4p-6p!


Weekday afternoons 4p-6p join The Drive w/ Steve & The Professor!  Call and be part of the show at 662-329-1031!

20161122_144457Steve Rogers is a veteran of more than 40 years in the news and related businesses. A native of Demopolis, Ala., he actually got his start in news doing a weekly radio show on WXAL in his early teens and writing sports for The Demopolis Times.  He attended Yale University majoring in Finance and Administration but his heart never let the news business. He wrote for The New Haven Register while in college and bought a suburban weekly in Tennessee after graduating. He later ran weeklies in Middle Tennessee, was chief of staff for a congressman, ran a consulting firm and worked in New York and Connecticut before returning South 12 years ago.  He was city editor for the Commercial Dispatch in Columbus before becoming assignment editor and assistant news director at WCBI and later news director at WTVA.  He lives in Columbus where he has been active in community and social service groups. He currently is chairman of the Columbus-Lowndes County Library Board.



20161122_144502Glenn Lautzenhiser is retired from Robertson-Ceco Corporation where he served as the Corporate Risk Manager.  He has been extensively  involved in community service work for many years.  He is the recipient of the 2016 Volunteer of the Year Award for the Columbus-Lowndes Chamber of Commerce.  For many years he has been a member of the Society for American Baseball Research, where he  serves on the Negro Leagues, 19th Century, and the Biographical committees.  He is the co-founder of the Possum Town Toastmasters Club of Columbus.  He is an instructor, as well as a member of the advisory board of the Life Enrichment Program at MUW.  He has been a volunteer teacher for many years at the Juvenile Detention Center.  He is also an adult Sunday school teacher at the First Baptist Church of Columbus, along with conducting hundreds of devotionals a year at local nursing homes.  He has previously served as a board member for the Columbus Municipal School District, the Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Lowndes County Unit of the American Cancer Society, the State Board of Directors of the Mississippi Division of the American Cancer Society, as well as the State Board of Directors of the Epilepsy Foundation of Mississippi.