What it costs to live here: Feeding the cost of fuel
Drivers familiar with various parts of the region know that gas is not sold in a uniform market.
But with an industry that posts prices on tall signs visible for blocks, it is easy to ask, "Why do we pay a different price than another town?"
"It's the age-old question," said Paul Mutch, vice chairman with the North Dakota Petroleum Marketers Association.
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