THE NEW FORTY $3.59!!!!
On February 7th, I wrote about gas prices that had risen about 40 cents over a few weeks to $3.39 a gallon. Today, on February 15th the gas prices are $3.59 a gallon. Are you $%!?@$#$%?!@$%$!! kidding... Posted on 2/15/13 at 10:59 PM
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Gas prices here jumped Friday to about a dime below $4 per gallon while in Grand Forks it was within pennies of the mark. And experts say they won’t stop there, likely rocketing past an all-time record set in 2008 by the end of this weekend.
It eats up their clients resources, too, they say, and increase the demand for services. Some nonprofits have had to respond by pulling back. Gas prices appear headed for $4 a gallon territory and nonprofits anticipate more demand.
The average retail price of gasoline in North Dakota fell nearly 7 cents the past week, though the price remains more than 46 cents higher than a year ago, according to a GasBuddy.com website for the state.
Gas prices are increasing, according to NorthDakotaGasPrices.com.
The website noted prices in North Dakota increased 2.3 cents per gallon the past week, averaging $3.72 Sunday. Also, office hours at Social Security field offices will become shorter, the U.S. Social Security Administration announced Friday.
Grand Forks prices still significantly higher than in Fargo
Gas prices continued to drop Monday as the average price for regular unleaded in Grand Forks fell to $3.70 per gallon. Despite the recent drop in local gas prices, average gas prices in Grand Forks are still above the national average of $3.67 per gallon and are more than 10 cents per gallon more than Fargo’s average price of $3.59 per gallon, according to data from the Oil Price Information Service.
Average retail gasoline prices in North Dakota have decreased 3.1 cents per gallon the past week, averaging $3.57 Sunday, according to gasoline price website NorthDakotaGasPrices.com. Nationally, the average has increased 0.5 cents per gallon to $3.57.
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