Gasoline prices drop to lowest level this year in Oklahoma

The price of gasoline has tumbled 70 cents per gallon over the past three months to the lowest levels in a year, averaging $2.96 in Oklahoma City with prices as low as $2.78.

BY ADAM WILMOTH Published: December 18, 2012
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Gloria Haines feels as if she has received an early Christmas present and is happy to pass it on.

The Oklahoma City piano teacher racks up significant mileage on her Nissan Altima, traveling throughout the metro area — and frequently into Kansas — to provide lessons.

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