JON MICHAEL
jonmichael@kq92.com

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How’s it goin’ !

Well here we go again!…In the midst of another high school sports season and also another great year partnering up with the MSBN Sports Network to bring you high school sports online…I am the play by play voice here at KQ92 and I host the KQ92 Morning Show and am on the air until 10am Monday through Friday…We cover high school sports for Warroad, Roseau and Lake of the Woods…We are also glad to announce the RETURN of Kyle Quinn to Lake Country KQ92 (read his bio below)…I came to the area from Olivia Minnesota where I worked as the sports director at KOLV-FM and before that southeast Iowa and before THAT it was the Republic of the Marshall Islands in the middle of the Pacific Ocean…Ask me sometime, and I’ll tell you what it was like living out there…I can tell you this much, cold out there is 75 degrees and it only got that cold maybe 5 times in the 2 years that I was out there!!!…Shoot me an email sometime if you have any sports information (especially schedules), or if you just have a comment good or bad or just because 🙂 …Thanks for listening to Today’s New Hit Country, Lake Country KQ92 !!!


LOU COOPER

lou cooper picMost of my career has been spent in the country music format, and I’ve seen quite the evolution through the years. Not only the music itself but the technology that allows us to serve the community in even better ways. Hopefully I have been able to keep up with the times enough to utilize all of those tools effectively. If you ever have any comments or suggestions, there’s a variety of ways to contact me. Whether it be Email, Facebook, the phone, or just out and about in person. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me and thanks again for welcoming me into your communities with open arms.


KYLE QUINN

img_2683The fall of 2016 marks my return to Lake Country KQ92. I worked here back in 2008-2009 as the night time announcer. You can listen to me weekdays from 11am to 5pm on Today’s New Hit Country. I have worked at stations in Mankato and Princeton, but consider Warroad my radio home and I’m super excited to be back.
When I’m not at the station, I enjoy weekends filled with football watching, reading books and watching movies with lots of scares in them. Shoot me an email sometime. kyle@kq92.com

 

 

 

 

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And sure, we know about periods, commas and the basics, but this is also the day to celebrate obscure punctuation marks. Wanna get crazy? Check out the old-school Wingdings font – you’ll be surprised what’s hiding in there.

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