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Keeping warm should be cheaper

Published 10/07/2009, The Jamestown Sun

Staying warm won’t be quite as expensive this winter. People who heat with natural gas should do especially well, seeing their lowest bills in five years. But no matter what fuel is used, heating costs are expected to take less of a bite out of household budgets in the coming months — from $20 to as much as $280 lower than last winter depending on what fuel is used, the government says.

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