Prices at the pump are on the way down again. The national average price for a gallon of regular unleaded, as measured by Triple-A, dropped six cents this past week to $3.59, while Oregon’s statewide average fell by about 2 ½ cents and is at $3.73. After holding steady for several weeks, the local average fell six cents this past week as well… it’s at $3.63 a gallon. Despite the drop in prices, they still remain about 70-cents higher than a year ago when the Oregon average was $3.03 and the local average was $2.90.
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Our Town – January 2018
- Our Town February 2017
Our Town for the Month of February features 5 guests including Florence Mayor Joe Henry, Lane County Sheriff Byron Trapp, Nurse Anesthetist Jess Kubisch, Western Lane Emergency Operations Group Megan Messmer, and Publisher of the book The Essential Marilyn Monroe, Joshua Greene. Lane County Sheriff Byron Trapp Florence Mayor Joe Henry Nurse Anesthetist Jess Kubisch […]