People impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic received a free hot meal Tuesday at a Norfolk restaurant.
In a brief, brisk, cold, outdoor, socially-distanced, and masked ceremony, Cowboy Skill Games of Wyoming on Wednesday donated $15,000 to the volunteer fire departments in southern Wyoming which fought the Mullen Fire earlier this fall.
To honor Veterans Day, one Clinton County organization offered free meals to former service members and their guests. At American Legion Post 623 in Beech Creek, hundreds of veterans stopped by over the course of the afternoon to pick up a free meal in honor of their service.
The first $1 million in taxes have been collected by the State of Wyoming from Cowboy Skill Games, a coalition of Wyoming operators who run the legal skill games in restaurants and bars across the state.
On Friday, September 11, Queen of Virginia paid four restaurants that market its games in the Roanoke area to prepare box lunches for firefighters and EMS workers at 14 stations in Roanoke, Roanoke County, Salem, and Vinton.