Topic: Hurricane Harvey
Washington, D.C. – AAA says when filling-up at the pump this fall, the majority of U.S. motorists will find savings of potentially more than 25-cents/gallon compared to this summer.
The national gas price average, which is already 15-cents cheaper than just five weeks ago, is poised to continue pushing less expensive due to several factors, including less expensive crude oil prices, the drop-off in gasoline demand after Labor Day and the move to winter-blend gasoline.
Austin Peay State University (APSU)
Clarksville, TN – A few years ago, a group of Austin Peay State University (APSU) students found themselves deep in the Florida Everglades, helping clean up an abandoned military site.
Few people knew the installation existed because, during the Cold War, the U.S. Government kept 11,000-pound Nike Hercules missiles – all aimed at Cuba – at this hidden base.
Written by Carol Rasmussen
Washington, D.C. – With a new research plane and a new base to improve its chances of outsmarting Atlantic hurricanes, NASA’s Oceans Melting Greenland campaign takes to the sky this week for its third year of gathering data on how the ocean around Greenland is melting its glaciers.
OMG’s first two years of operations already collected the most comprehensive data available on the subject, but OMG Principal Investigator Josh Willis of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, is hungry for more.
Clarksville-Montgomery County has the Least Expensive Gas Prices in Tennessee
Tampa, FL – Tennessee Gas Prices increased 1.5 cents during the past week. So far, motorists have found the most expensive summer gas prices in four years. Since June 1st, Tennessee gas prices averaged $2.64 per gallon – an increase of nearly 60 cents compared to the average price last summer.
However, current pump prices remain 12 cents below this year’s high, set during Memorial Day weekend.
Clarksville-Montgomery County continues to have Third Cheapest Gas Prices in Tennessee
Nashville, TN – Americans are finding some of the most expensive gas prices in years. Sunday’s national average of $2.76 per gallon is the highest daily average since July 2015.
Tennessee gas prices set a fresh new 2018 high. Sunday’s state average of $2.55 is the highest since September, when prices were recovering from Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
Nashville, TN – Tennessee motorists will soon find some of the most expensive gas prices in five months. Tennessee’s state average of $2.41 is tied with this year’s high – set in February – and the highest price since October.
“Gasoline demand has been very strong the past few weeks, as Americans travel for spring break,” said Mark Jenkins, spokesman, AAA – The Auto Club Group.
Gas Prices Steadily Slide Lower
Nashville, TN – Motorists are seeing steady discounts at the gas pump. Tennessee gas prices have declined the last 12 consecutive days for a total of 7 cents.
During the past week, the state average dropped 5 cents. Sunday’s state average of $2.34 is 1-cent less than a month ago, yet 27 cents more than this time last year.
Clarksville-Montgomery County Gas Prices Cheapest in Tennessee
Nashville, TN – Tennessee gas prices rose 4 cents last week. Sunday’s state average of $2.40 is 15 cents more than a month ago, and 32 cents more than this time last year. Tennessee has the 10th-lowest state average in the nation.
Last week, stock market gasoline prices reached levels not seen since Hurricane Harvey passed over the Gulf Coast, causing refinery outages and higher gas prices. Based on current wholesale levels, pump prices could soon return to the $2.60s in Florida, $2.50s in Georgia, and the high $2.40s in Tennessee; unless market prices retreat this week.
Clarksville-Montgomery County continues to have Third Lowest Gas Prices in Tennessee
Nashville, TN – The December discounts keep flowing at the pump. Gas prices have declined for 5 consecutive weeks, as refineries flood the market with more gasoline than is consumed.
This helped prices return to levels not seen since August 30th, when gas prices surged in response to Hurricane Harvey’s impact on Gulf Coast refineries.
Austin Peay State University counseling, acting students partner in crisis simulation training exercise
Clarksville, TN – In the immediate wake of a devastating tornado, lives have been lost and homes destroyed, but the damage done to a cherished family business has created more strife for two siblings than high-speed winds could ever hope to cause.
“One of the siblings was focused on being out half a million dollars in damages, while the other one was focused more on the sentimental aspect of having their family business destroyed,” Dr. Kim Coggins, Austin Peay State University assistant professor of psychological sciences and counseling, said.
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