Status: Licensed AM Station
Hours Of Operation: Unlimited
Antenna Mode: Directional – 2 Patterns
Daytime Transmitter Power: 5000 Watts
Nighttime Transmitter Power: 110 Watts
Antenna Pattern: Augmented
Number Of Towers: 3
Transmitter Location: 39° 26′ 10″ N., 97° 39′ 40″ W
Kyle became a co-owner of Taylor Communications in 1994 and joined the management team in 1995. Prior to that, he graduated from K-State in 1980. He has worked as a farmer, business operator, and commercial real estate owner, which he has continued in years since. Kyle is married to Lisa, a middle school teacher and together they have three grown children in the central Kansas region, and eight grandchildren.
He still remembers when KCLY came on the air in 1978, noting that it was a big deal for Clay Center at the time. He enjoys horses, shooting, social events, and playing cards.
Jessica grew up on a central Kansas cattle ranch and farming operation. She and her family are a fourth-generation family business, and she hopes one day her boys, Ty and Mason, will be the fifth. They run a commercial SimAngus cow-calf operation and use their spring-calving cows as recipients in a pure bred embryo transfer service. They also assist in the Ahlquist Farms operation with her dad and brother. Jess enjoys helping companies and producers reach their goals by showcasing their products and services to cattle producers and cattle feeders.
Fun fact: Jess and her family recently added Spanish brush goats to their operation. The goats aid in pasture management, and the Ebert family also sells the goats for meat.
Robin joined the staff at Taylor Communications in June of 1995, after graduating from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in business.
Originally from Dickinson County, she now lives north of Clay Center with her husband, Mike, where he farms. They have two grown children, Courtney and Colby.