Pryor, Okla. - If you're looking to save some pennies, just look about 30 miles east of Tulsa in Mayes County.
The town of Pryor ranks Number Ten on the list of The 10 Cheapest Places to Live in the Country by TheStreet.com.
And Pryor Chamber of Commerce President Barbara Hawkins says her town isn't just cheap.
She says it's vibrant.
"Pryor is able to do so much with what we have," she said. "Y'know we just passed a couple of nearly $20 million bond issues for our schools."
She says the town also recently built a community center with an Olympic-sized pool and workout room with lots of exercise equipment.
She points out the town is far enough away from Tulsa to retain its own personality but still close enough to be convenient.
Unemployment in Pryor is low at about 5-percent.
And she points out the nearby Mid-America Industrial Park typically has lots of good-paying jobs.