The Fastest-Growing City in the U.S.
Bloomberg Businessweek crunched the numbers, attributing the rapid growth to "a relatively low unemployment rate and relatively high income levels."
Ron Maxey got the local perspective:
"Vickie Dupree, executive director of the Olive Branch Chamber of Commerce, said it isn't just low unemployment and high income that make the city a nice place to live.
"It's also the good schools, the small-town atmosphere, the good tax rate," she said."