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Gas Prices On The Rise In KELOLAND

April 20, 2014, 5:27 PM by Stephanie Gregory

Gas Prices On The Rise In KELOLAND

Most of us use our cars to drive from place to place in KELOLAND - and now it is costing a little more to do so.

Gas prices are at its highest level in seven months. The average price for a gallon of gas in South Dakota right now is $3.57. That is about five cents more than it was a year ago. Some drivers in KELOLAND say the rise in prices changes the way they pay.

"Normally I would put $30 to $40 in and now I only put in $20 at a time because I get so, I guess disgusted," said Jeanne Milliken.

Currently the national average is $3.66 a gallon.

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