J.T. Gerlt hosts the morning show from 6a-10a, including the Country Sale. He started in radio while in high school and was one of the original DJs when KS95 went on the air in 1989. He is active in the community as a member of the Versailles Lions Club, president of the Morgan County Fair Board, and assisting other community groups and activities as emcee. J.T.'s wife Michelle is a teacher at Morgan County R-2 in Versailles. They have one son Brett, who lives in Springfield and works at KOLR 10 TV as a production assistant.
Mark Kelly - Mid-Days
Matt Sharp - Afternoons
Matt Sharp has been with KS95 full time since April 2011. He got his start in radio with KS95 working part time in the evenings and weekends in September 2007. Matt is a graduate from the Broadcast Center in St. Louis. He has won several awards from the Missouri Broadcasters Association for breaking news, feature reporting and public service.
Jeff Young - Evenings
Jeff Young enjoys photography, computers, and music. He also loves traveling, sightseeing, and the outdoors. In fact, his aspiration is to one-day hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Mike Bissell - High School Sports Play-By-Play
Mike began broadcasting high school sports in the Lake area in the fall of 1978. In 2005, was recognized by the Missouri Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association with their Distinguished Service Award. In April of 2012, was enshrined in the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association's wing of the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, in recognition of "Outstanding Contributions to the Game of Basketball"
Ed McCulloch - Weekends/High School Sports Engineer
John Morrissey - Overnight
John Morrissey loves everything about his life, except beets and his neighbor’s barking dogs. A long time radio and TV guy, spends his nights on the air and his summer days driving an old ’64 Ford Falcon convertible.
Penny Mitchell - Fill-In/Weekends
Penny Mitchell grew up being utterly and completely enamored of radio BUT decided to go into nursing upon graduating from high school. Penny's first ever radio job was at a country station in Pueblo as the worst overnight jock in the universe. She has gratefully spent the majority of her almost-30 years in radio working with country music, which possesses the nicest artists and BEST listeners!