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This Week's Poll Question

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The general elections are only a few months away, and voters on both sides have strong opinions about who is the best man for the job. Sometimes, what a voter wants to happen and what actually happens are two different things.

Briefs From This Week's Buffalo City Council Meeting

At this week's Buffalo City Council meeting, the council approved a request for a catering permit for Wahoo Likkers, Inc. with a motion for a minor change.

Gilead Fire Containment Now At 56 Percent

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.

UW Receives Advanced Research Computing Center

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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.

Sheridan Media News Week In Review

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

Prevention Meeting Tomorrow

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 Today

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.

Gusty Winds Drive Wildfire Near Leiter

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Gusty winds Friday helped drive a wildfire north of Leiter to grow to more than 6,000 acres. Fire crews from Sheridan County as well as Montana are battling the blaze. The fire is burning near Passiac Road in Sheridan County to the Montana State line.

Senator Enzi: President and Administration Have Failed to Govern Properly

U.S. Senator Enzi Mike Enzi released a statement this week saying that the current Senate majority and the President’s idea of leadership is regulation, red tape and bills with good titles, but bad substance.

Rosebud Battlefield Trek is Next Weekend

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The Sheridan County Museum is taking registrations to next weekend's Sheridan County Historical Society's annual trek fundraiser for the Museum. Director of the Sheridan County Museum Nathan Doerr.

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