Weekdays 6-10am On-air
Program Director and Advertising Sales
Bruce began his broadcasting career in 1981 right here in Chickasha, a year after graduating from nearby Ninnekah High School. Since then, Bruce has worked in nearly all facets of radio, including DJ, news reporter/anchor, sports broadcaster, program and music director and station manager. I had always wanted to be in radio, says Bruce. I used to take my 45 rpm records when I was 12 and play Top 40 DJ.
Bruces™ radio experience includes work at WKY and KISS-FM in Oklahoma City, play-by-play for the Oklahoma City 89ers baseball team, and general manager for a group of radio stations in Texas. In addition to the radio business, Bruce spent 5 years working as a concert promoter. He returned to KOOL 105.5 in October of 2011.
Bruce lives in Chickasha with his wife Jennifer, has three children (Melody, Daniel, and Matthew) and enjoys coaching Little League baseball.
Weekdays 10 S.A. - 2 PSM.
On-Air, Production & Social Media
Don became a fan of the classics after listening to his Mom and Dad's “American Graffiti” soundtrack.
He was bitten by the radio bug after his 4-H club in Williamsburg, KY produced a week's worth of broadcasts from the local radio station.
Don's first radio job was in 1985 at KQTY in Borger, TX, and since then he's worked at stations in Texas, New Mexico, and now Oklahoma. Don has held almost every possible job found at a radio station, except for owning one (so far). Don began working at Kool 105.5 in April 2012.
When he's not at work, Don enjoys reading, drawing, web design, cooking, classic TV and the occasional karaoke night out. He lives in Chickasha with his son Jason.
George has worked in various forms of media for more than 30 years, but mostly in the radio industry. He’s worked with radio stations in Duncan, Anadarko, and Chickasha.
He’s been dubbed “The Voice of Grady County,” and has covered news and sporting events in the region since the early 1980s. He has been behind the microphone for many Grady and Caddo County basketball tournaments, and has broadcast state championship games in football, baseball, boys and girls basketball, and boys and girls soccer.
At KOOL 105.5, George is the news and sports director, as well as a marketing consultant. He writes and produces commercials, too!
George was recently awarded an Excellence in Broadcast Journalism award from the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts.
He and his wife Louise have been married 28 years.
Joe has been with the company since 2008 and has 46 years of experience in the radio industry. Picture is from the USS Takelma (ATF-113) Ship Divers’ The Ranch’s Joe Mclintosh after Raising a crashed jet in Kaneoha Bay, Hawaii. Joe served three tours, with the United States Navy, in Vietnam. He definitely keeps things interesting around here.
My name is Dennis Lee Linam. I am a disabled Army Veteran. From 1978 to 1982 I was raised at Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch in Amarillo, Texas until my graduation. My first job was as a butcher at Safeway Foods in Duncan, Oklahoma. I joined the Army September 1982. I have traveled around the world (with the Army) from Central America to Afghanistan and Iraq. I have been in four military police actions and three combat engagements in my Army career. I was sent to Nicaragua, Honduras, Columbia, Bolivia and Panama. I am a graduate of The University of Phoenix with a major in journalism. I have 5 kid’s Three boys and two girls ranging from 14 to 27 years old. My oldest Son Christopher Died in Iraq while i was deployed to Afghanistan with the 45th Infantry. I now live in Chickasha, Oklahoma with my wife Angela and dog; Ginger.
Position: Part time News, Video Journalist, and Air talent for Weekdays on "Truckin' Home With Dennis" at 106.1 The Ranch.