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The price of gas came down several cents over this past weekend in Indiana. The state average is now at $2.03 a gallon.

Gas Buddy dot com says Indiana has the 17th cheapest gas in the country.

The city with the cheapest gas average was Jackson, Miss., with $1.91 for the average.

In Indiana, the city with the cheapest gas was Washington, at $1.79 a gallon, the most expensive was at a station in Bloomington at $2.69.

Oil expert Trilby Lundberg, with the Lundberg Survey that tracks gas prices all over the country says difference between cities, basically first one looks to taxes that are inside the price of gasoline and another is the cost of doing business.

Also, there are situations where a service station or a chain may have locked in a price and cannot feasably charge cheaper prices until that contract has run out.

A look at gas prices locally shows gas as low as $1.98 a gallon in Jasper. Its as low as $1.98 a gallon in Huntingburg and Ferdinand. It was as low as $2.08 a gallon in Dale.

These prices were according to indianagasprices.com.

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