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Great News For Wyoming Tourism
In 2016 tourists brought $3.2 Billion to Wyoming. This year could be more. People are road-trippin’ thanks to some "haven't seen gas that low since 2005" prices
Wyoming Gasoline Prices Drop Slightly
After watching local gasoline prices stay slightly but steadily high for the last few weeks, there is finally a little downward movement on the cost of a gallon of regular. GasBuddy.com says the average price has dropped 2.9 cents per gallon. While the national average is down just 0.7 cents. While …
Wyoming Gas Prices Up – Meh
Wyoming gasoline prices are up three tenths of a cent over the last week and while it won’t effect most people by much at the pump, at least prices were low for tourist season. The slight rise also won’t effect the oil industry employees who were laid off. Nationally, the rig count is …
Wyoming Oil Production Lowest In Decades
Subscribe to 107.9 The River on Youtube In the nation’s 5th largest oil producing state, the rig count is down. Last year at this time, Wyoming had 22 rigs pumping crude, while this year there are only 8 operating across the state. That has us in the “deepest downturn” sinc…
Wyoming Gas Prices Down For Tourist Season
The energy sector declines have seen layoffs in the immediate oil rigs, transport and insularly job market. Government layoffs and hiring freezes have also hit Wyomingites. Tourism is also important to our state’s economy and with low gasoline prices, it’s easier for people to come vis…
Your Wyoming Weekend Just Got More Expensive [VIDEO]
With the Memorial Day Weekend unofficially kicking off the summer travel season, the good news is that gas is almost $.40 a gallon less than it was a year ago. The good news/bad news, for an energy state such as Wyoming, is that over the last week, prices at the pump are up almost $.08 […]
Why Are Wyoming Gas Prices Going Up?
While watching gasoline prices rise, I have to remind myself where we were. Back in 2012 we were getting gouged for $3.54 per gallon. We can count our blessings as we pay $01.3 cents more per gallon than we did last week. GasBuddy.com checked 494 Wyoming gas stations to find that on average, we are …
Wyoming Gas Down Again
The agony and the ecstasy of lower gas prices are evident again this week. Gasoline prices in Wyoming have fallen 2.2 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $1.71 a gallon across our state. Nationally gas has fallen 5.2 cents per gallon in the last week to $1.74 a gallon according to GasBuddy.…

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