STEVE HARMON, Mornings
After years of college classes at SUNY-Adirondack to lose a "NY accent," Harmon found himself on stage with “Reba” winning a CMA Award for Air Personality of the Year. He is one of the very few to become a member of the Country Radio Hall of Fame-Nashville. He did ask the CMA board members if they had the right Steve Harmon?! Harmon is an avid cyclist and horrible guitar player. When not working, you can find Harmon at animal shelters helping find pets their "forever homes."
PENNY MITCHELL, Middays
I have always been absolutely enamored of radio. After I figured out that the music coming from the radio of our family car wasn't being produced by teeny tiny little people who lived in the dashboard (for real...I did think that) I was always really interested in the nuts and bolts of how radio works. However, I fell completely slam-bam in love with radio when I was about 13. I was always a huge music buff and would spend hours pouring over liner notes while listening to albums through headphones. However, this was definitely pre-internet, and I wasn't allowed to have a phone (or even TV) in my room. When I was in there by myself, I was totally and completely by myself. As much as I loved my albums, I would invariably get to feeling a little lonely, and I discovered THE COOLEST THING I HAD EVER ENCOUNTERED: all I had to do was turn the turntable off and flip the radio on. And just like that, with the flip of just one switch, I was no longer all alone in my room. With the flip of a switch, I was hanging out with a friend, listening to music. It was, and remains, the coolest magic trick I've ever seen. I am so honored to get to do this for a living.
RYAN FOX, Afternoon & Evenings
Ryan never truly remembers a time he was not around a radio station. His earliest memories are of walking the halls and helping out any way he could at his family's radio stations in western Oklahoma. Eventually, they let him run the board and after that, the rest was history. It didn't take long for him to realize this is what he wanted to do. After graduating from Hobart High School in Hobart, Oklahoma, Ryan was accepted, and graduated from, one of the world's top film schools at the University of Southern California, home to such prestigious alumni as George Lucas, Ron Howard, and Steven Spielberg, to name a few, but he always new radio was his true passion. Ryan has been heard on the air at legendary radio stations like 99-5 The Wolf in Dallas, Go Country 105 in Los Angeles, and his show, which features celebrity guests and lots of fun 6 days a week. Has also been beamed coast to coast to over 200 stations on the Westwood One Radio Networks and around the world for our troops on the American Forces Network.
DYLAN SALISBURY, Nights
Hey, I’m Dylan! I was raised on country music legends like George Strait, Conway Twitty, Garth Brooks, Patsy Cline & George Jones. Some of my modern-day favorites are Morgan Wallen, Luke Combs, & Thomas Rhett. My radio adventure of moving town-to-town up and down the dial includes stops in Minneapolis, Lincoln, Des Moines, Indianapolis and Colorado Springs. When I’m not talking into a microphone, I’m either traveling, playing hockey or cheering on my favorite sports teams.
RICH CREEGER, Overnights
I’ve been involved in Country music since I was hired back in the early 80’s at the World Famous Gilley’s nightclub in Pasadena, Texas during the height of the Urban Cowboy craze. Although Country music has gone through many variations since then it has always been the first preset on my radio because it still has the foundation of real stories told by real people about real life. Some of my favorite current artists are Chris Young, Brantley Gilbert and Jana Kramer. Some of my all-time favorites are Willie Nelson, George Jones and Reba. My wife Fran and I are a blended family of 5 kids, 2 dogs and a cat and when her and I get some free time (ha ha what’s that?) we usually point the car toward the beach, set up camp and just stare at it.
MARK BUSS, News Director
Born in Everett, WA, Mark moved to Sioux Center to attend Dordt College where he earned a BA in Communication with an emphasis in broadcasting. After working at numerous radio stations in NW Iowa including KVDB (now KSOU), Mark moved into non-profit fundraising, non-profit management, a “temporary” stint in retail and now has come full circle back to Sioux County Radio. After several years as an account executive, Mark became the SCR News Director in January 2018. Mark married his college sweetheart Miriam in 1989, and they have three children and one granddaughter. Hobbies include woodworking, fishing, vineyard stewardship, wine-making, cheering for the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Mariners (someone has to).
DOUG BROEK, Sports Director/Assistant News Director
Doug began his career here at KSOU (then KVDB) as an evening announcer in 1987 after graduating from Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge. Before coming back to KSOU, he worked at KIDA in Ida Grove, IA and KBOE in Oskaloosa, IA. In 1997, Doug returned as the new News and Sports Director at Sioux County Radio, and he continued in that dual position for over 20 years. Due to the tremendous success of our area athletes and the demands associated with that, Doug stepped away from the News Director position to allow for more focus on SCR’s sports coverage. To see a list of upcoming games aired on our Sioux County Radio stations, click here. For the scores and team news, Doug’s the one to count on!
CARSON SCHUBERT, Sports Play-by-Play Announcer
Community Calendar/PSA Director
Schuby originally hails (and currently) from Rock Rapids. Carson joined Sioux County Radio from KMA Broadcasting in Shenandoah, IA. He worked for Sioux County Radio, as a play-by-play broadcaster, while attending Northwest Iowa Community College in Sheldon to complete his general education. After that Schuby finished his sports marketing and media degree at the University of South Dakota. Schuby enjoys watching sports, binging on streaming services, spending time with family and friends. He is a Minnesota sports fan, Hawkeye fan, and a Lakers fan. You can follow him on Twitter, if you dare, @CarsonSchuby.
MATT BOS, Sports Play-by-Play Announcer
A part-time sports broadcaster with Sioux County Radio since 2009, Matt is the Assistant Director of Athletic Communications at Dordt University. He was previously the Sports Information Director at Northwestern College from 2004-2021 and was twice honored at the GPAC SID-of-the-Year. Matt has broadcasted games at the NAIA DII Men’s BB and NAIA Volleyball National Championships and was also media coordinator at the NAIA DII Men's BB championships from 2007-2020. Matt is married to his high school sweetheart, Teri, and is the proud dad of two great kids, Jordan and Devin. When not working, chances are Matt is watching his kids in one of their several activities. He is an avid fan of the Chicago Bears, well actually any Chicago pro team, and anyone who beats the Vikings.