(09/20/2012)
Gasoline prices at the pump continue to rise across the Mountain State.

In Calhoun, the price has jumped at some stations above the $4 gallon mark.

The weekly Fuel Gauge from AAA East Central shows the average price for a gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline rose nearly four cents over the past week.

In West Virginia the increase at some stations has been six cents or more.

That's about 34-36 cents higher than gas prices in the state a year ago this week and higher than the national average of about $3.80 cents.

Prices in Huntington and Parkersburg is $3.89 average

The reason analysts are giving, shortages in production in southern refineries damaged by the hurricane.


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