Joyce enjoys time spent with family and friends, riding in the mountains, and camping in that natural beauty, and traveling in general to just about anywhere!
Jon previously worked for KCLY while attending Clay Center Community High School by engineering high school sporting events and working with KFRM’s programming.
After graduating High School, Jon moved out of Clay Center to Hays and attended Fort Hays State University for several years before joining the Marine Corps Reserves in April of 2017.
After graduating High School, Jon moved out of Clay Center to Hays and attended Fort Hays State University for several years before joining the MariAfter joining, he met Mara Geschwentner, who he is now in a relationship with, and her one-year-old son, Bentley. In April of 2019 he joined the KCLY/KFRM team and moved back to Clay Center. A few months later Mara and Bentley joined him in Clay Center.ne Corps Reserves in April of 2017.
Robin and her husband Mike reside on a farm north of Clay Center with their two children Courtney and Colby. When not working, Robin enjoys keeping up with her 2 children and spending time with her husband.
Rocky has earned several broadcasting awards from the Kansas Assoc. of Broadcasters; highlighted by being named the Hod Humiston award winner for contributions to Kansas Sports Broadcasting. He has gained 1st Place Awards in Play-By-Play in 1994, ’96 ’98 and 2001. He’s also been a second place recipient and honorable mention numerous times. Rocky has been awarded eight other KAB Awards in Sports Broadcasting. The Kansas Athletic Assoc. of Administrators named him “Sportscaster of the Year” twice, most recently in 2002 and he was named “Sportscaster of the Year” in 2000 by the Kansas Wrestling Coaches Assoc. In 2007 he and Assistant Sports Director Joe Woodyard were honored to receive the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association Media of the Year.
Rocky in the past has coached 8th grade basketball and football and was an assistant coach for the high school baseball team.
When he’s not on the air, you’ll find him as often as possible on the golf course.
Rocky is married with two children.
Duane is currently the Farm Director for KFRM 550 AM radio. His live broadcast shift is from 7:00 am to 10:00 am, an 8-minute segment for the noon news and a number of other programs that air during the day. Duane also does the 11:40 Market Update, Ag News, and Listeners Classified on the sister station KCLY.
Angie and Duane have three children and enjoy traveling to fairs. Family vacations tend to coincide with livestock shows. They have a lot of fun showing sheep, goats, hogs and chickens.
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.
Phil is our After Hours Manager for both KCLY and KFRM, supervising nighttime and weekend programming and personnel. He is also Assistant Sports Director and is the voice of KCLY community sports. Phil is the host of Flip Thru the 70’s on KCLY every Saturday night and Monday thru Friday from 6pm-10pm can be heard on the Vinyl Years along with Rocky Downing.
Phil was born and raised in Clay Center and attended Cloud County Community College and Kansas State University. He also served in the U.S. Air Force for 8 years. Phil has been a coach with the Clay County Football Association for several years. Phil’s wife, Jolie, is a dance teacher with studios in Clay Center and Concordia. They have two kids, Jace and Jalyn.
Jim joined the KFRM staff in September of 2006 and operates the 10:00 am to 2:00 pm shift. He also does Ag Perspectives, the afternoon Ag News, and the 9:40 Market Update on sister station KCLY-FM. Jim and his wife Pam were married in 1979 and have one son, Patrick who attends college at Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas.