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Missouri’s Right to Farm Initiative Brings Many Pros and Cons

The pros and cons are flying when it comes to Amendment One, or Missouri’s Right To Farm initiative.

07/29/2014

The Mark Reardon Show – 7/29/14 – Mike Deering, Kathy Warnick

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 […]

07/29/2014

Puppy Mill

Humane Society: Right to Farm Would Protect Puppy Mill Owners

State Senator Eric Schmitt disagrees, saying that it would protect farmers from PETA and similar organizations who want to banish beef.

07/28/2014

Courtesy In The Moment Photography by Jill Shadden (www.inthemomentstl.com)

It’s Take Your Dog to Work Day

Businesses all around St. Louis are going to the dogs.

06/20/2014

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Report: Missouri is Nation’s Worst Puppy Mill State

Despite all its efforts in recent years, Missouri remains far-and-away the nation’s worst puppy mill state.

05/07/2014

Photo Courtesy: Humane Society of Missouri

Dog Missing For 3 Years Reunited With Owner

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.

01/30/2014

The Humane Society of Missouri broke ground on a new 51,000-square-foot pet center in Maryland Heights. (KMOX/Allison Blood)

Humane Society Breaks Ground on $12.5 Million Pet Center in Maryland Heights

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.

11/20/2013

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Deadline Nearing to Adopt Dog Dragged Down I-55

A significant number of applications have come in to the Missouri Humane Society but President Kathy Warnick says only about ten meet the criteria.

11/15/2013

Benetta Johnson of East St. Louis

East St. Louis Woman Charged in Puppy Dragged Down Interstate Case

41-year-old Benetta Johnson of East St. Louis is charged with misdemeanor animal abuse.

12/14/2012

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Reward Increases For Leads On Case Of Puppy Dragged Down I-55

Humane Society of Missouri President Kathy Warnick said an anonymous donor has allowed the reward to grow to $5,000.

12/05/2012

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