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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.

Population: 34211
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

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Major Thoroughfare approves intersection improvements

At the intersection of Coley Road and McCullough Boulevard, the committee voted to spend program funds to construct a dedicated lane that will allow northbound traffic on Coley to turn right onto McCullough. The rightmost lane on Coley Road at that intersection currently allows traffic to either turn right or proceed straight through the intersection.

Ballard Park field expansion expected

The City Council is expected to approve more than a half-million dollars for expansion of sports fields at Ballard Park. During tonight's council meeting, board members will consider a request by the Parks and Recreation department to award a dirt grading contract worth $641,500 to Century Construction.

Off the Shelves a " July 13

The following items are available at the Hancock County Public Library, 900 W. McKenzie Road. For more information on the library's collection or to reserve a title, visit hcplibrary.org.

Simmons lawsuit alleges violation of First Amendment

By John Howell Sonny Simmons' lawsuit against Panola County and Supervisors Cole Flint and John Thomas individually took an unexpected turn last week when Simmons' attorney filed an amended complaint removing Thomas and adding former County Administrator Kelley Magee and an unknown person as defendants. The suit in U.S. District Court, Northern Mississippi, now styled as "Harry W. Simmons versus Panola County, Mississippi, Cole Flint, Kelly Magee and 'X,' In Their Individual Capacities," no longer names Supervisor Thomas as a defendant.

Oxford Police Chief Joey East

The Oxford police chief is helping spread a positive message about law enforcement. He was chosen to participate in a new video made by the Mississippi Association of Chiefs of Police.

MS Firefighters Urging Caution with Fireworks

With fireworks accounting for 18,000 fires a year nationwide, cities like Tupelo, MS, have ordinances in place banning their use. July 03--TUPELO, MS-- Many Americans cannot imagine the Fourth of July without fireworks, but the colorful and loud pyrotechnics are illegal in most cities.

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Tanner Nelson, 11, from Charleston, South Carolina, leans over from his ladder and paints shutters on the home of Robi Gutierrez on Chestnut Street in Tupelo. Nelson worked with his grandfather's church, First Baptist Church of North, South Carolina, as they worked with World Changers this week in Tupelo.

Supreme Court gives Edmonds new trial

A man wrongfully convicted for his brother-in-law's murder 14 years ago may still be legally entitled to compensation from the state for time he spent in prison. A Mississippi State Supreme Court opinion published Thursday ruled 27-year-old Tyler Edmonds, formerly of West Point, had the right to have his pursuit for $200,000 in damages heard in a jury trial, reversing an Oktibbeha County Circuit Court ruling from 2015.

Shelton talks past influences, future ambitions

In 2013, Jason Shelton's election as the 28th mayor of Tupelo vaulted him into the record books. Taking office at 37, he became one of the city's youngest mayors within memory, the first mayor from East Tupelo and the first Democratic mayor in almost 30 years.

5 Great Southern Restaurants Outside the South

Now since the dust has settled on the rediscovery of Southern food and culture by the rest of the country, Southern restaurants found outside our region are not so much anomalous novelties as they are an equal part of the national dining landscape. Great barbecue in New York City or pimiento cheese in Portland are still fascinating, but not the cause for amazement that they once were.

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Rae Guess, curator at the Oren Dunn City Museum in Tupelo, points to a display of old-fashioned music players and recorders as part of the "Bells & Whistles" exhibit of vintage technology. Two Thomas Edison products, a recorder on the left and a record player, will be on display until July 21 as part of Oren Dunn City Museum's "Bells & Whistles" exhibit.

Harrington, Branch score high with Miss Mississippi Pageant

While Saturday's pageant saw Miss Vicksburg Anne Elizabeth Buys take home the title of Miss Mississippi for the next year, locally, two other contestants walked away feeling like winners. Miss Dixie Holly Harrington of Tupelo and Miss All-America City Asya Branch of Booneville took home honors of being first and fourth runners-up to Buys, respectively.

Advisory board to meet for first time

A police advisory board intended to serve as a point of contact between local citizens and city law enforcement plans to hold its first meeting. A panel of Tupelo residents appointed by the City Council and Mayor Jason Shelton will convene Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the community room of the Tupelo Police Department headquarters on Front Street.

Tupelo swearing-in set for Thursday

Jason Shelton will mark the beginning of his second term as mayor much as he did the start of his first, with an inauguration ceremony in East Tupelo, the region he has called home for much of his life. Shelton and the seven sitting members of the City Council will all take their oath of office for terms of service during a Thursday ceremony at the Elvis Presley Birthplace Museum.

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Walker Cary, 15, of Tupelo, holds out his arm as his fellow cadet, Jacob Waddley, 16, of Tupelo, practices putting on a tourniquet during first aid training at the Tupelo Police Department's Junior Police Academy in Tupelo Thursday morning. Above, Cadets attending the Junior Police Academy go through first aid training as they work with tourniquets on Thursday morning in Tupelo.

Monuments Of Famous Rock 'n' Roll Musicians [News]

Unfortunately, none of us is immortal. Rock'n'roll Gods are no exception, though some of them get to be immortalized in form of a statue.

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