By Brendan O'Brien MILWAUKEE, Wis. May 17 (Reuters) - Retail gasoline prices hit all-time highs on Friday in several U.S. Midwestern cities due to maintenance and outages at refineries in the region resulting in a tightening of supplies, according to industry analysts. The price of a gallon of gasoline hit a record $4.32 in Minneapolis; $4.02 in Fargo, North Dakota, and $3.92 in Oklahoma City, according to Patrick DeHaan, a petroleum analyst at Gasbuddy.com. ...
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