STURGIS – You’ll pay premium prices for gasoline if you are traveling this weekend.
Prices in Sturgis hit $2.99 a gallon on Friday and then backed down to $2.94 a gallon this morning.
Prices in Lagrange and Stroh were at $2.95 a gallon.
Ligonier was at $2.86 and Kendallville as low as $2.74.
It was $2.89 in Topeka, Wolcottville and South Milford. $2.95 in Howe and Shipshewana.
On the Toll Road at the 126 service plaza it hit $3.09 a gallon.
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