Updated Wed, Sep 19, 2012 9:52 am
It had been more than 18 months since fuel prices had fallen below $3.00 per-gallon in our listening area - that is, until Tuesday evening.
The so-called "gas war" raged on in Guernsey County Wednesday, as several businesses on Southgate Parkway in Cambridge and a pair in Byesville fought to provide the lowest prices at the pump.
At last report, gas prices had dipped to $2.79 per-gallon for the first time since February 2011.
This marks a one-dollar drop from the low of around $3.80 per-gallon on Sunday.
In other parts gas prices remain much higher.
In Caldwell, gas prices remain at around $3.79 per-gallon, while Barnesville residents will pay around $3.85 per-gallon.
On Monday, a survey from auto club AAA put the statewide average at around $3.85, up from $3.76 a week ago.
This story was contributed by AVC News.