The price of gasoline has continued to drop in the area as the price for a barrel of crude oil continues to decline in reaction to economic stability concerns with the euro. However, AAA Auto Club says the national average for the price of gasoline has been climbing from nearly $3.24 per gallon last month, to $3.39 now. Prices in Wyoming remain some of the nation’s lowest at $2.98 per gallon according to the AAA survey – second to Utah where the average is $2.92-point-3 per gallon. In Wyoming, Gas Buddy reports gasoline can be found for as low as $2.62 in Cheyenne and as high as $3.45 at a station in Rawlins. Here in Teton County, Wyoming, gasoline averages $3.06 per gallon and one penny more in Teton Valley according to prices supplied in a Motor Trend survey.