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Foaling season at Warm Springs Ranch in Cooper County is over, and there are 28 new members of the Budweiser Clydesdale family to show for it.

Two colts - Danny and Arnold - were the last two babies born at the ranch this year. Supervisor John Soto says the two are "almost twins" - they share a father and were born within minutes of each other,  inspiring Soto to name the foals after the 1988 movie "Twins."

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Mo. legislation allows some sex offenders to be removed from state registry

Missouri House members have endorsed legislation allowing some sex offenders to be removed from the state registry.

Several offenses, such as promoting obscenity, no longer would require registration. In other cases, people could petition a state trial judge to be removed from the state registry.

Can a Clydesdale pull his weight in a global economy?

Jul 14, 2008
Clydesdale-pulled beer wagons went throughout the East Coast to promote approval of the repeal of Prohibition. 1933  300 pixels
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This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon: July 14, 2008 - The Clydesdale hitch first paraded down Pestalozzi Street the day Congress set up the apparatus to repeal Prohibition.

Can you name the date?

No horsing around

Jul 10, 2008

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon: July 10, 2008 - To hear Carlos Brito tell his story, St. Louis has nothing to worry about should InBev buy Anheuser-Busch. Why would InBev want to "lose the local touch?" he said. And, Brito adds, "Why would I change the Clydesdales if the Clydesdales are the thing that most people remember?"