Gas Prices up Slightly Across Nation

After reaching the lowest levels in years recently, the average national price of gasoline
rose 6.4 cents in the past two weeks, according to a national survey by oil industry
analyst Trilby Lundberg. The average price of regular gasoline at the beginning of the
month was $1.92 a gallon, the price of mid-grade was $2.04 a gallon and the price of
premium was $2.16 per gallon. Even with the increases, the cost of regular gasoline is
still $1.02 below the year-ago average of $2.94 a gallon. Among the cities surveyed, the
lowest price was $1.57 in Cheyenne, Wyoming and the highest price was $2.37 in Anchorage,
Alaska.

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