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A significant drop in gas prices in the past week caused cars to line up onto the street waiting to fill up at some Grant County stations.
While fuel prices have recently dipped well below $2 — a sight that has not been seen in months — the marquees at several stations displayed a per-gallon cost as low $1.75.
The AAA Fuel Price Finder on Tuesday, Nov. 4, listed an area average for a gallon of gas in Dry Ridge and Williamstown at $1.99 compared to $2.33 and $3.40 last week and six months ago, respectively.
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