10 cheapest US cities to live in
Your dollars will stretch further in these places, where costs of necessities such as housing, medical care and utilities are below the national average.
Look south for bargains
No. 10: Winston-Salem, N.C.
No. 9: Springfield, Ill.
No. 8: Wichita Falls, Texas
No. 7: Pueblo, Colo.
No. 6: Conway, Ark.
No. 5: Temple, Texas
No. 4: Fayetteville, Ark.
No. 3: McAllen, Texas
No. 2: Memphis, Tenn.
No. 1: Harlingen, Texas
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Growing up there and coming from New York as a child, I obviously suffered some culture shock and boredom however, you learn to appreciate the low cost of living in general and now with Vestas and a few other companies that have moved there, you have more job opportunities than when I was younger.
Take a drive through City Park, try the golf course( a good slice might put you across Thatcher Avenue and onto the rest of the course. lol) or go down town and see the river walk project that was a magnificent idea.
Pueblo also has a good mix of Italian,polish,irish and other nationalities that came to Pueblo during the Steel Mill boom. Pueblo is very diverse and the Mexican food is among the best I have ever had. (that includes Denver) You absolutely have to try the green chile or Pueblo's famous slopper ( I recommend the Sunset or Coors Tavern) You wouldn't think you would come through Pueblo and find some of the best Italian Dining either yet, there it is:)
If you like High School sports, Pueblo South (The Colts) continue to make the locals smile as they have multiple state titles and regularly compete with Colorado Springs and Denver Schools. I must mention the Cats, Eagles, Bull Dogs, Hornets and the thriving Pueblo West (Cyclones I believe) in the growing sister city just a few miles west on Hwy 50. Pueblo West has grown from about 500 people in the 70's early 80's to about 31K plus today. Pueblo West has a good mixture of people from California and Texas also. I cant blame them as you can sell your house from those cities for a million dollars plus and build the same house In Pueblo West for about 250K.
In my opinion, Pueblo has some of the most beautiful and equally intelligent women you will find in a smaller city and I feel lucky to have grown up there. I still smile all these years later when I think about it.
you should give thanks to those soldiers cuase of them we are still a free country but dont talk bad about others until you have a good look in the mirror ,so now whos the ****
pueblo CO. is about like living in mex. unless you go west towards the mountains..
but living in co.sprgs. as i do is expensive and you have all the stupid inconsiderate
a$$hole military suicidals...
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