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AAA: Grand Forks, Fargo gas prices hit 12-year low

FARGO -- Gas prices in Fargo and Grand Forks have hit 12-year lows. The average price of gasoline in Grand Forks was $1.67 per gallon as of mid-Friday, according to a news release from AAA. That's the lowest price since Feb. 18, 2004, when driver...

FARGO -- Gas prices in Fargo and Grand Forks have hit 12-year lows.

The average price of gasoline in Grand Forks was $1.67 per gallon as of mid-Friday, according to a news release from AAA. That's the lowest price since Feb. 18, 2004, when drivers paid the same amount.

On Friday, stations in Fargo were selling gas for $1.53 per gallon, 14 cents less than Grand Forks, according to AAA. The last time prices were that low in Fargo was Jan. 14, 2004, when gasoline sold for $1.52 per gallon.

Both cities fell below the state average of $1.72 and the national average of $1.81.

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