KTIL On-Air Staff
- Weekdays from 6 am to Noon
"My mother insisted I was plucked from beneath a leaf in an undesignated cabbage patch." Nurtured in the Valley of rhythm and cool, known as the Napa Valley, Laura moved on in the night to San Francisco, where all was extremely cosmic, to be captured by a publishing company, where she traveled the entire U.S. selling advertising, making a fortune, and retiring to Tillamook, Oregon. Having a love for music, a great voice, with a personality from space, she decided radio was the way to address the peoples of the world. Awaken to a new day with information from the trivial to the cosmic in nature and music to move you to conquer the day.
- Laura Pall
- 4 pm to Midnight
Jerry Wilcox, or "Spike" as he's sometimes called. When
Jerry was a young man in high school, he had an interest in radio.
"It seemed to me that it would be a lot of fun to play music
and talk over the airwaves AND get paid for it", Jerry
says. Well, one thing lead to another: military, marriage and having
children (well, his wife gave birth, but Jerry was there!).
As time trickled by, Jerry found
his way to Tillamook, semi-retired and too much free time. One day
"Spike" dropped by the KTIL-KMBD studios and said
"I'M HERE!". "Well, that was nice I was told",
says Jerry, "but I had NO radio experience, in fact I had never
been in a radio station in my life". But Jerry was hired to
substitute for the news department, not knowing at the time, but
hoping, that he would finally get his own show a year and a half
later. A childhood dream had come true.
"Join me "Spike",
week nights six to midnight for an evening of music to soothe the
- Jerry Wilcox
- News Director
Barbara grew up in Tillamook,
Oregon and received a Bachelor's Degree from the University of
Oregon School of Journalism.
Active in the community, Barbara
currently serves on the Tillamook People's Utility District Board of
Directors, Tillamook County Pioneer Museum Board and the Tillamook
County Parks Advisory Committee. She has also served on the Economic
Development Council Board, Watseco-Barview Water District Board and
the Tillamook Food Bank Board. Barbara also began the annual
"Turkey Trot" food drive in 1993 which feeds hundreds of
Tillamook County families through Thanksgiving and Christmas food
She was also the driving force
behind the creation of the Twin Rocks Turnaround, a Tillamook County
handicap-beach access park in Twin Rocks. Barbara was also honored
as Tillamook County Citizen of the Year in 2001.
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