Troy Molnaa, left, and Zac Thomas, look through filters during a science presentation at Lewis and Clark Elementary School. The Department of Energy may cut its payment in lieu of taxes to the Richland School District by 80 percent. Last year the district received $2.6 million.
Troy Molnaa, left, and Zac Thomas, look through filters during a science presentation at Lewis and Clark Elementary School. The Department of Energy may cut its payment in lieu of taxes to the Richland School District by 80 percent. Last year the district received $2.6 million. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Troy Molnaa, left, and Zac Thomas, look through filters during a science presentation at Lewis and Clark Elementary School. The Department of Energy may cut its payment in lieu of taxes to the Richland School District by 80 percent. Last year the district received $2.6 million. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

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