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Montana Fuel Prices Still Flat

Montana fuel prices are nearly identical to what they were a week ago, but could start rising again in the near future.

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Montana Gas Prices Are Stalling

The price of oil per barrel has been in constant flux over the last week as it follows both good and bad economic reports. What does all of this mean for local pump prices?

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Montana Gas Prices Keep Falling

Montana's gas prices slid another 8 cents over the last week and will most likely keep sliding through the Fourth of July weekend.

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Falling Gas Prices Means Great News for Car Owners

Just a few months ago, analysts were worried gas prices would soar this summer, possibly topping $6 a gallon. But now that the warmer months are upon us, there’s been an abrupt about-face.

In fact, fuel prices are now falling so steadily that many experts predict that by this fall, a gallon of gas will be under $3.

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AAA: More Mountain State Travelers This Holiday

LAS VEGAS (AP) — AAA predicts about 1.6 percent more residents in mountain states will take trips this Memorial Day weekend compared with last year.

AAA expects about 2.5 million residents of Montana, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming to travel at least 50 miles over the holiday, mostly by car

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Montana’s Gas Prices Rise While Nation’s Go Down

Is there a conspiracy to jack up the nation's gas prices before the Memorial Day weekend? Petroleum Analyst Patrick Dehaan says no, and here's why.

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Illinois Mayor Asks His Citizens to Attempt the Impossible – Boycott Gas Stations

It’s no secret that gas prices have reached astronomical levels, but one town’s gas prices have apparently gotten so high that its mayor has gotten fed up with pumping money into the pumps.

That mayor is Tim Baldermann of New Lenox, Illinois, and he’s called for a boycott of the gas stations in his suburban town.

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Have Gas Prices Caused You to Cut Back on Other Purchases? – Survey of the Day

While gas prices may be coming in a little bit after a four-month surge, they still stand at almost four dollars a gallon. According to a new survey from Harris Interactive of 2,451 adults, these unprecedentedly high prices are causing Americans to change their overall spending habits.

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Gas Prices Dip Nationwide, but Rise in Montana

Montana's gas prices jumped up another 3.4 cents in the last week to reach a Sunday average of 3.76 per gallon

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Could Gas Prices Have Reached Their High Point?

Gas prices have been a sour footnote in the public’s budget for awhile. However, there may actually be some hope in sight.

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