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Tupelo is located in northeastern part of Mississippi. The town of Tupelo was originally named Gum Pond due to the large number of Tupelo Trees, locally called Black Gum Trees. The city is best known as the birthplace of the infamous Elvis Presley. There is a life-sized bronze statue of "Elvis at 13" by Michiel Van der Sommen. The city hosts an annual Elvis Presley Festival that draws music lovers from all over the world.
Local Newspapers: Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Local Sports Teams: Tupelo T-Rex (WPHL)
Local Colleges: Mississippi University for Women University of Mississippi - Tupelo
Zip Codes associated with tupelo, mississippi:
38801 38804 38826 38857 38866
Towns/Cities near tupelo, mississippi : Verona Saltillo Fulton Pontotoc Shanon Nettleton Baldwyn New Albany Booneville
Court splits 5-4 on wrongful death ruling
A judge's ruling to dismiss part of a wrongful death lawsuit over a Clay County women's death was narrowly upheld by the Mississippi Supreme Court. On Nov. 3, 2015, Clay County Circuit Court Judge Jim Kitchens granted a partial dismissal of a lawsuit brought by Christopher Pollan over the Jan. 18, 2011 death of his mother, 57-year-old Shirley Pollan who had been a long-time bank teller in the region.Annual service remembers lost children
A Compassionate Friends Candlelight Service for families who have experienced the death of a child or grandchild is planned for 2 p.m. Dec. 10 at Anchor Church on Coley Road in Tupelo. Families are invited to join others to remember these children during the Christmas season.Better odds: Lung cancer screening changing trajectory
Lung cancer survivor Mike West, left, checks in with Tupelo oncologist Dr. Julian Hill. West was diagnosed with early stage lung cancer through low-dose CT screening and went through surgery in February 2017.County moves ahead on courthouse fix-up
Included were bids on renovation of the Union County Courthouse, construction of two bridges and the potential closing a county road. After months of discussion and negotiation, board members signed the contract that will bring about renovation of the historic Union County Courthouse.Listen: Paul Thorn on Mountain Stage
Tupelo, Mississippi born songwriter Paul Thorn has appeared on Mountain Stage nine times since 1997, each time charming the audience with his trademark humor, wit and introspection. This time he brought extra reinforcements as he presented his Mission Temple Fireworks Revival, featuring renowned family gospel singers The McCrary Sisters.Tressell time: SHS introduces next athletic director
A veteran in administration, Peasant has been all over the state including in school districts at Clinton and Tupelo. He's worked closely in athletics over the years and, in less than a year, has been a big part of things for Starkville High School.Franklin County kidnapping suspect captured in Mississippi
Franklin County Sheriff Shannon Oliver says a Cullman man is behind bars facing a kidnapping charge following a multi-state pursuit. WAAY 31 sister station WTVA in Tupelo, Mississippi reports Curtis Bakley, 29, was caught after authorities say he kidnapped his ex-girlfriend, 24-year-old Angelica Harris, near Decatur.Economic development: Work continues on Fairpark Towers
Aove, workers set steel beams during construction on the new Fairpark Towers in Tupelo on Wednesday afternoon. At left, a worker sends a hand signal to the crane operator as they set steel beams in place during construction on the new Fairpark Towers in Tupelo on Wednesday afternoon.Comments
Jennifer Caldwell, of Tupelo, volunteer for the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society, decorates the Santa Paws Christmas Tree that is set up inside the Mayor's office in Tupelo. The tree is decorated with tags that have the needs of pets and the humane society posted on the back.Former councilman Heavner leaves lasting legacy
The three-term Tupelo councilman who served in the 1990s and 2000s was remembered by many former colleagues in city government as a fiscal conservative who closely watched the budget. "He was very conscious of fiscal responsibility," said Ed Neelly III, a former councilman and Tupelo mayor.Premium Brands buys PE-backed Raybern Foods
Premium Brands Holdings Corp , a Canadian specialty food products company has acquired California-based Raybern Foods , a maker of specialty sandwiches for the U.S. retail market. The sellers included TSG Consumer Partners .Nurse practitioner savors homecoming
The Tupelo native, who marked 30 years in nursing this year, returned this fall after spending five years working in San Antonio, Texas. It's been a joy to be based in Oxford, where she went to college, and close to family in Tupelo.2019 3-star WR Jordan Jernigan commits to Ole Miss
Jacob Peeler is well-known for being a dynamic recruiter during his time in Berkeley when he was the wide receivers coach at Cal where he signed five-star Demetris Robertson away from Alabama, Georgia, and Notre Dame. Well, after securing a pledge from three-star Demarcus Gregory earlier this year, the first-year coach is at it again.Comments
Shoppers walk inside J.C. Penney at The Mall at Barnes Crossing shopping for the best Black Friday deals on Friday morning in Tupelo. Somkia Basu, from New York City, shops for boots at J.C. Penney during their Black Friday sale Friday at The Mall at Barnes Crossing in Tupelo.NMMC-West Point staff remembers Spruiell
Local first responders, community members and staff of North Mississippi Medical Center-West Point gathered at the hospital's helipad on Tuesday night to hold a candlelight vigil for a fallen comrade and mentor. Jim Spruiell, the chief flight nurse at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, was killed in a helicopter crash in east Arkansas on Sunday.Free holiday meals spread blessings to community
Mike Pruitt, of Ripley, receives his Thanksgiving lunch from volunteer Ricky Ferguson, of Pontotoc, at Cravin' Catfish in Sherman on Thursday morning. Virginia and Billy Sheffield, of Golden, enjoy their Thanksgiving lunch at Cravin' Catfish Thursday morning in Sherman.Dr. Prasad rejoins IMA-Tupelo
Prasad practiced in Tupelo from 2003 until 2015. He returns to Tupelo after spending almost two years in Boston, working for a health care system in an administrative capacity.
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