A Canadian fuel supplier and reseller plans to enter the U.S. market with a $110 million purchase of a North Dakota fuel distribution business.
It's an announcement made each year with very little fanfare, but this time around could be much different.
Don't look now but there are less than 50 shopping days until Christmas. As that number ticks down, another number is sliding the same way.
There's good news for South Dakota drivers. The price of gas has dropped nearly 75 cents in the last five months.
A new Freedom Value Center convenience store will be built right behind the current location at 2601 W. 12th Street in Sioux Falls.
Sunkota Construction will build the new $1.1 million dollar store and car wash after remvoing the old Vista Windows building and a house on the nearby property. Construction is expected to begin in a couple of weeks, with a target completion date in April.
Then the 40-year-old Freedom Value Center will be torn down and the new gas canopy will be installed in its place by June 1.
Erickson Oil, the Wisconsin company that owns Freedom Value Centers, has seven stations in South Dakota.
A proposed settlement would allow Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. to raise rates for natural gas to its customers in the Black Hills area while decreasing charges in eastern South Dakota.
Xcel Energy is defending cost overruns during the five-year upgrade of its nuclear power plant in Monticello.
Drivers might want to take note of a recent trend that could save you some money.
Reports that U.S. lawmakers are making progress on negotiations to bring an end to the government shutdown are keeping prices stable at the pump.
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