Especially here in Logan County.
Only a few stations have brought their prices down to be in line with other stations in neighboring counties. Many are still selling gas at prices that are at least a dime higher than in neighboring counties.
As the price of a gallon of regular gasoline falls to $2.99 in Mingo County, residents of Logan County wonder when the price will fall to the same price.
If Mingo County can have gas for $2.99 a gallon, why can't the gas stations set their prices at the same rate over here?
Because gas wholesalers are gouging people.
With oil down around $75 a barrel, the price of gasoline should have fallen farther than $3.09 a gallon here in Logan County.
But the gas wholesalers, who set the price of gas, continue to reap huge profits while we suffer the pain at the pumps.
We're glad to see gas fall to $3.09 a gallon - especially after paying nearly $4.50 a gallon only a few months ago.
But, if gas stations in Mingo County can sell gas for $2.99 a gallon and still make a profit, gas stations in Logan County can do the same.
It's time for gasoline prices to fall again - this time in Logan County!