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Support KTWU by Dining at these Topeka Locations

August 7 – Spangles (21st Street and Hwy 24 Locations) 5:00pm – 8:00pm

August 14 – Perkins All Day

August 28 – Freddy’s 5:00pm-8:00pm

 

 

 

Frankenwine
A Unique Live Event!    
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Wednesday, July 11, Topeka Zoo giraffe Abi gave birth to Konza
and KTWU fans saw the birth live! Watch our Facebook videos.
The second giraffe Hope is still pregnant
while the KTWU live cams continue…

KTWU GOLF CLASSIC

SEPTEMBER 10
TOPEKA COUNTRY CLUB

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