May 9, 2021
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Caterpillar (CAT) Hits Fresh High: Is There Still Room to Run?

Have you been paying attention to shares of Caterpillar (CAT)? Shares have been on the move with the stock up 3.2% over the past month. The stock hit a new 52-week high of $239.33 in the previous session. Caterpillar has gained 30.7% since the start of the year compared to the 16.2% move for the Zacks Industrial Products sector and the 32.2% return for the Zacks Manufacturing – Construction and Mining industry.

What’s Driving the Outperformance?

The stock has a great record of positive earnings surprises, as it hasn’t missed our earnings consensus estimate in any of the last

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Demand remains high for pets at U.S. shelter

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N.B. COVID-19 roundup: Another death in Grand Falls, 15 new cases

COVID-19 has claimed the life of another New Brunswicker, pushing the total number of COVID-related deaths in the province to 38, Public Health announced Monday, along with 15 new cases. A person in their 90s in the Edmundston region, Zone 4, has died “as a result of COVID-19,” according to a news release. The person resided at Pavillon Beau-Lieu, a special care home in Grand Falls, where there’s an outbreak involving the variant first reported in South Africa. Health Minister Dorothy Shephard said she is saddened by the

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Nutrisource Introduces New Range of High Animal Protein Pet Foods for Canine Companions

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Raymond James: These 3 Stocks Have Over 100% Upside on the Horizon

We’re now in the heart of earnings season, and investors are paying close attention as companies report their financial results from the first quarter of 2021. It’s a routine, in some ways, but in others, there has never been an earnings season quite like this. It’s the first one post-pandemic, but perhaps more importantly, the results are coming out during a time of nearly unprecedented government stimulus spending. There’s no real comparison to tell just how the inflows of cash are going to impact the bottom lines.

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Busy day of spay (and neutering) for High Country Humane’s veterinarian | Local

Then, the canines, all from HCH: Foster care pups Piglet and Cow, and Tanya, all of whose designation is OHE (ovariohysterectomy), and males Blue Jay, Luigi and Mater, ORCH (orchiectomy, aka, neutering).

And at the list’s bottom is Floppsy the rabbit, on tap for ORCH, so he doesn’t breed like a — well, you know the simile — once he’s adopted.



Dr. Carly Bennett examines a 6-day-old kitten held by Dezbah Palmer at High Country Humane Monday morning. The kitten is the only survivor of a litter rescued from a parking lot and is currently being fostered with high hopes

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Fargo high school with new name chooses mascot

FARGO — North Dakota’s state bird, the western meadowlark, was selected as the new mascot for the former Woodrow Wilson High School, which was renamed Dakota High School in December.

The new name, logo and mascot will be officially implemented this fall when the 2021-2022 school year begins. Woodrow Wilson High School did not have a mascot before the name change.

The western meadowlark was chosen after collaborating with the district’s Indian Education Program and regional Native American tribes, according to a press release from the school district. Along with being the state bird, the meadowlark symbolizes friendship and loyalty

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Osceola High Coach Bird builds a wrestling dynasty

More than 120 schools compete in wrestling at the Class 3A level in Florida. 

 Even with that much competition, Osceola High School produced more than 20 percent of the indiivdual champions this year at the FHSAA State Wrestling Tournament and under Head Coach Jim Bird.  Although an impressive total, it is something that has become fairly commonplace for the Kowboys.

When sophomore Cooper Haase manhandled Venice’s Bryce Taranto on Mar. 6, it gave Osceola High School an individual state championship for a 15th consecutive year.  For good measure, senior Jaekus Hines (138) and freshman Gunner Holland (152) also took

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