Win a Gift Card!!

Our popular weekend technology show,Tech It Out , is partnering with to offer listeners a digital gift card valued at $250.

For eight weeks, starting August 10th, Tech It Out will offer an interactive promotion.

Listeners will be asked to Tweet why they need a trip and include the hashtag #TechItOut. will randomly select a winner each week. No purchase is necessary and a complete set of rules is published on the Tech It Out website and on


Hosted by longtime residents Kevin Shepardson and Dan Delasantos, “Havasu Pioneers Radio Show” will air on the first Wednesday of each month during Speak Out at 11:00am.

When his parent’s role in the Apollo Space program was completed, Dan Delasantos and family moved to Lake Havasu City from Southern California in January 1971, where Dan attended grade school and graduated from LHHS in 1976. With vibrant imaginations, Dan and friends built the Big “N” Crooked homemade houseboat in high school, which became a local icon on the river with its working smokestacks, fireplace, ornamental antlers and lantern lighting. A replica now resides in the Lake Havasu City Museum of History.

Dan’s local work portfolio included companies such as Campbell Boat Company and Citizen’s Utilities Engineering Department until 1985. He relocated to experience his cultural background in Hawai’i for 10 years where he met his wife Mary, the love of his life, and began a career in telecommunications. To continue his corporate telecommunications career, they moved to Colorado to work for ConferTech International, the company that invented the “Conference Call” connecting as many as 6,000 people in one conference. While there, they adopted and raised their children Kim & Kimo Keliiheleua-Delasantos.

Although Dan was living out of town, he continued to spend several weeks each year in Lake Havasu at the family home staying in touch with hundreds of local Havasu Pioneers and residents collecting historic information along the way. Dan went on to write for two national off-road publications, work with the Forest Service, BLM, Colorado State OHV Grant Review Board, and with their kids grown and moved out on their own, Dan and Mary moved back to Lake Havasu in 2016.

Today, Dan continues to maintain his 48-year relationship with the community, write for two well-known OHV and boat publications, owns and operates IVID Technologies, donates his time to Mohave County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue and hosts the New Havasu Pioneer Radio Show.

KNTR Talk Hosts Dominate “Heavy Hundred”!!

The editors of TALKERS magazine, with input from industry leaders, present the 100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts in America – known as the “Heavy Hundred.”

KNTR Talk 106.3 FM is proud to announce that three of the top five talk radio hosts listed on the “Heavy Hundred” are featured on “The Voice of the Free.” In fact, 8 of the top 35 shows on this coveted list air on KNTR Talk.

For a complete list of the TALKERS “Heavy Hundred,” click here.

An Important Announcement for All Veterans…

Until further notice and beginning immediately, the AZ@WORK office located at 228 London Bridge Road in Lake Havasu City will be closed on Wednesdays and Fridays, but if you need veteran employment services on one and/or both of those days, and I am available, I can schedule an appointment with you. I can then open the door for you so you can job search, use the computers, work on a resume, file a UI claim, and/or assist you with veteran employment services.

Sorry for the inconvenience but this is only a temporary situation.

Todd R. Baldwin
Veterans Workforce Specialist
Reemployment Assistance Administration

Phone: (928) 854-0351  Fax: 928-680-7849

“Good Sunday Show” Ten Year Anniversary Show

“Good Sunday Show” Ten Year Anniversary Show




Images Above: Roger Galloway, Dave Selby, Joe Esposito, and Shadoe Stevens

This very special 10th Anniversary “Good Sunday Show” includes interviews with David Selby the star of Falcon Crest, Joe Esposito best friend of Elvis Presley and special introductions by Shadoe Stevens

Join Roger Galloway as he host “Good Sunday Show” every Sunday from 6 AM – 7 AM