The year-over-year decline in taxable sales in the third quarter in Campbell County was the largest in four years, and the Energy Capital of the Nation is recovering more slowly than the rest of the state.

July through September, there was $20.45 million in taxable sales in the county, a 32.5% drop, or nearly $10 million, from the third quarter of 2019, when it was $30.3 million.

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