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KS 95's Moon and Staci win national honor

Popular afternoon drive-time radio duo Moon and Staci of 94.5 FM won big at the National Association of Broadcasters' annual Marconi Radio awards event Thursday night in Dallas, taking home the top honor for large-market personality.
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Popular afternoon drive-time radio duo Moon and Staci of 94.5 FM won big at the National Association of Broadcasters' annual Marconi Radio awards event Thursday night in Dallas. KSTP FM also took home an overall top "Legendary Station" honor.

Larry Moon and Staci Matthews won the top honor for large-market personality of the year, beating out others from St. Louis, Detroit, Cleveland and Indianapolis.

Matthews tweeted the news Thursday night.

Here's the duo in action recently:

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