It would be nice if an explanation could be provided to Cheyenne residents as to why gasoline prices in Cheyenne often appear higher than neighboring communities.

My travels to Colorado during the last half of December revealed a station in little Evans, just south of Greeley, was marked at $2.47. On the morning of Jan. 2, their posted price was $2.37. That evening, returning home, that figure decreased to $2.29 per gallon.

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