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By Karla Pomeroy

Penny tax helps senior centers provide services


November 1, 2018

WORLAND — Washakie County voters on Tuesday will decide whether to continue the fifth-cent sales tax and the seven entities have specific projects in mind for the revenue if approved at the general election.

Both the Worland and Ten Sleep senior centers are using the current sales tax funding in much the same way, for general operations and to help with matches for other grants. According to Ten Sleep Executive Director Randy Firnekas and Worland Executive Director Wendy Fredricks, they will use the revenue from the tax for the next four years in much the same manner, provided it is appro...

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