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Victor Guerrero refaces milk cartons Tuesday at the Village West Hornbacher's in Fargo.

Grocery prices higher in Oil Patch, but not as much as might be expected

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FARGO - Residents in some areas of North Dakota might want to pick a new beverage to cry over - milk is just too expensive to spill.

The price for a gallon of 2 percent milk in June ranged from $3.33 at a large supermarket in Cass County to $6.89, a premium price recorded at an Oliver County convenience store.

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