Saginaw Chippewa gas station swamped amid hikes
Soaring fuel prices have drivers flocking to the gas station owned by the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe of Michigan.

The tribe sent an email to all employees to notify them of a gas price increase. That brought a steady stream of customers to the Sagamok Shell in Mt. Pleasant.

The station kept the price at $3.40 a gallon for regular unleaded until 5pm on Tuesday. The price was then raised to $3.59 a gallon, which The Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun said was "arguably" the lowest in town.

Gas prices across the nation have risen to a record average of $3.22 for a gallon of regular.

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Another record for gas prices (The Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun 5/24)

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Saginaw Chippewa Tribe - http://www.sagchip.org

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