The pros and cons are flying when it comes to Amendment One, or Missouri’s Right To Farm initiative.
Mike Deering –Pro Amendment 1– is a family farmer in Montgomery City, Missouri. He also serves as Executive Vice President for the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association. Kathy Warnick–Con Amendment 1– is the President of the Humane […]
State Senator Eric Schmitt disagrees, saying that it would protect farmers from PETA and similar organizations who want to banish beef.
Businesses all around St. Louis are going to the dogs.
Despite all its efforts in recent years, Missouri remains far-and-away the nation’s worst puppy mill state.
After having gone missing over three years ago from his St. Louis backyard, Griffin Walker is now looking forward to a reunion with his dog, Daphne.
It’s a new day for dogs and cats in the St. Louis area. The Humane Society of Missouri broke ground on a new $12.5 million multi-level animal care facility.
A significant number of applications have come in to the Missouri Humane Society but President Kathy Warnick says only about ten meet the criteria.
41-year-old Benetta Johnson of East St. Louis is charged with misdemeanor animal abuse.
Humane Society of Missouri President Kathy Warnick said an anonymous donor has allowed the reward to grow to $5,000.