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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
'Royal Family' play to have Tupelo premiere Saturday
It's been seen in Memphis and Oxford, and now Tupelo is the latest destination for "The Royal Family." The play, from University of Mississippi graduate and playwright Princeton James, centers around the King family, and promises love, drama and plenty of laughs.Saturday 5K in Ballard Park to aid SAFE Inc.
The run/walk is a benefit for S.A.F.E. Inc., a victims' shelter, and is held each February during National Dating Violence Awareness Month. The run will step off at 9 a.m. in Ballard Park in west Tupelo.MEC head Wilson stepping down
When Blake Wilson came to the state to head up the Mississippi Economic Council, he often joked he was from tiny Delaware that had three counties - and only two at high tide. But Tupelo businessman Jack Reed Jr. says Wilson is retiring from his position as president of the MEC, the state's chamber of commerce, as a Mississippian.Tupelo puts road funding request before legislature
The City Council has joined its voice to the chorus clamoring to the state legislature for funds to tackle bridge and road repairs. At Tuesday night's meeting of the council, the board approved a resolution asking the legislature "to assist Mississippi municipalities by enacting measures that will assist" with "improving, repairing and maintaining their public infrastructure."Hospital unveils new bariatric center
The center dedicated to morbidly obese patients going through weight loss surgery is moving to a newly renovated 24-bed unit. Previously, the bariatric center had an eight-bed unit where it shared a nursing floor with other patients at the Tupelo hospital.Brett finds passion, purpose at Plantersville Middle School
Ask Brett what her favorite thing about being an educator is, and she won't be able to choose, but she'll tell stories, some funny and some serious, that say it all - it's serving others, particularly young people. Fourteen years ago, Brett was interviewing for a job at a church in Mobile, Alabama, when she got a phone call from Tupelo Middle School.Aberdeen mayor addresses visit from AG investigator
As transparent as he could be, Mayor Maurice Howard opted to speak in open session of a board of aldermen meeting earlier this month regarding embezzlement claims, credit card usage and a visit from an investigator from the Mississippi Attorney General's office. "There have been some assumptions that Mayor Howard has been embezzling money, and I want to set the record straight," said Howard, who mentioned uncashed checks from last summer's Aberdeen Bulldog Festival are still in his office.Third-grade gate sets higher standards for young students
Buy at photos.djournal.com Students gather around the desk of Susie Pharr as she and Catherine Moore work with their students on their literacy skills at Joyner Elementary School. Buy at photos.djournal.com Joyner Elementary School students Jaihlyce Moore, left, and Makhia Bogan work with Kelly Orr on their literacy skills as part of a school-wide program to help students move on to the fourth grade.Music with friends: World-class violinist anticipates return to Tupelo
Alexander Markov didn't really have a choice about playing the violin. His father and mother played, and he started at age 5. "When I was growing up as a kid, to me it became such a natural process," he said during a phone interview from his apartment in New York.Leslie Criss: East Tupelo pups disappointed by Westminster picks
"If a dog will not come to you after having looked you in the face, you should go home and examine your conscience." - Woodrow Wilson Monday nights, in my opinion, have been devoid of good television since "Murphy Brown" was moved in 1997 to Wednesdays - where it met its death by cancellation the following season.TPSD awards bid for ECEC renovations
On the heels of the completion of its newest building, another construction project is scheduled to begin this summer at the King Early Childhood Education Center. The Tupelo Public School District school board awarded a $2.24 million bid for the project to the Tupelo-based McCarty King Construction Company at its Tuesday night meeting.NMMC, Children's of MS take over pediatric clinic
North Mississippi Pediatrics has become Children's Clinic of Tupelo and Children's Clinic of Saltillo as part of a partnership between North Mississippi Medical Center and Children's of Mississippi, the umbrella organization for pediatric care affiliated with University of Mississippi Medical Center. "The providers are the same, the locations are the same," said Tupelo pediatrician Dr. Van Stone.Tupelo mother, son featured on LGBT video
They appear in a video from Human Rights Campaign Mississippi, and they talk about the day Josh Martin, 18, told his mom he was gay. When asked to do the video for the #LoveYourNeighbor series, the Tupelo residents weren't sure their story was worth telling.Ministry of mercy: Tupelo cook/caterer spends Sundays at county jail
She's a gentle, hard-working, law-abiding citizen, but she's been in jail every Sunday for the past 20 years. And at 62 years old, she's making no plans to change her ways.Tupelo seeks police academy participants
Folks wanting to learn more about the law and the way police officers do their jobs will get their chance. Following the success of a 22-member class last fall, the Tupelo Police Department will host a new Citizens Police Academy, starting in early April.Scammers impersonating TW&L employees
If the All-America City's water and light company gives you a call about an overdue bill, best just hang up the phone. Tupelo officials are warning local citizens about a recent spate of phone calls fraudulently warning about overdue Tupelo Water & Light bills.Restarted heart: Itawamba County man survives sudden cardiac arrest
Charlie Cleveland can still work on the old cars he loves because he got a jump start when his heart failed this fall. The 69-year-old who lives in the Fairview community of Itawamba County went into sudden cardiac arrest two days after coming home from the hospital following a pair of heart attacks.
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