Sheridan

Sheridan Media News has been following Sheridan College's Center for a Vital Community's initiative to address the issue of poverty in Sheridan County. This week marks the formation of multiple study circles in Story, Ranchester/Dayton and Sheridan.

Saturday, the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's third annual Oktoberfest took place downtown, with a bigger venue, bigger crowds and according to Chamber Director Angela Jarvis, more fun this year.

If numbers are any indication of success, then this year's Holy Name Carnival is off the charts.

Saturday, Holy Name Catholic School held it's 77th annual Carnival and Chili Dinner, a fundraiser to help support the school. PTO President Michelle Greer.

The Gilead Fire grew from 8,068 acres Friday to 8,134 acres Saturday, but containment also increased from 47% to 56%, according to the latest information released on InciWeb.

The University of Wyoming has received the hardware for a new high-performance computing center on campus. The Advanced Research Computing Center will allow UW faculty to conduct computational research. Tim Kuhfuss is UW’s director of research support for Information Technology.

Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News:

Sheridan County's prevention coalitions are meeting tomorrow at noon at the Holiday Inn. Thom Gabrukiewicz, said the newly-formed coalition is looking for public input on a wide range of societal problems.

Big Horn Heritage Days kicks off today in downtown Big Horn. Doug Meier, owner of the Big Horn Smokehouse and Saloon, explains today's event lineup.

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