2 Oklahoma towns rank among 10 cheapest cities in America

www.cbsnews.com Published: February 18, 2014
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The Council for Community and Economic Research looked at the cost of living in 308 urban areas in the U.S. -- crunching the numbers on everything from the average price of a supermarket can of coffee, to average rent on a two bedroom apartment, to the cost of a T-bone steak -- and put out a list of the 10 least expensive places to live, according to CBSNews.com.



And Norman and Pryor Creek, Oklahoma both made the list.

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