Oldham County and several areas in Northern Kentucky had the highest gas prices in the state in June, according to GasBuddy.com, a website that analyzes gasoline prices nationwide.
June's gas prices across Kentucky varied as much as 13 percent on average from one county to another, the site said. For example, the average cost of gas in June in Oldham, Kentucky's most expensive county, was 51 cents a gallon more than gas in Bell County, the least expensive county.
According to GasBuddy. the counties with the most expensive gas in June were: Oldham ($3.959 a gallon on average), Kenton ($3.943), Pendleton ($3.939), Campbell ($3.937) and Boone ($3.928).
The counties with the least expensive gas prices were Bell ($3.448), Simpson ($3.454), Warren ($3.465), Edmonson ($3.516) and Whitley ($3.528).