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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

Tupelo News
Canadian door maker plans 50-job expansion in Tupelo

Renin Corp., based in Brampton, Ontario, said Wednesday that it would move equipment from a sister location in Canada to a longtime factory in Tupelo. Mississippi Development Authority spokeswoman Tammy Craft says no jobs are shifting from Canada.

Mississippi AG shares downfalls of tax cuts

Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood spoke at the Rotary Club on Monday, May 22, and shared why he believes Mississippi should stop cutting back on funds and where the funds should go. Hood began by telling Rotary members that Starkville is not in the same economic condition as most of Mississippi's towns.

Sanctuary breaks ground on home hospice building

Sanctuary Hospice chief executive officer Harold Plunkett and director of outreach and fundraising Heather Palmer, center, confer before the official groundbreaking. The new building give Sanctuary's home hospice staff a home on the West Tupelo campus.

Maben Lions learn about cochlear implants

On April 25 the Maben Lions Club was treated to a special program by Brittany Pellegra of Memphis, who explained how cochlear implants work and the process by which they can be obtained. She speaks with authority because she has had implants herself for 25 years.

No federal prosecution of officer, no strong reaction locally

A muted response met the announcement last week that federal authorities will not prosecute police officer Tyler Cook over the shooting death of Antwun "Ronnie" Shumpert. Multiple figures active within last year's protest movements told the Daily Journal the federal decision not to press civil rights charges against Cook offered no real surprises.

Getting their fill

Patrice Sharp fills the hot box with fresh cooked hamburgers at the Local Express convenience store on Green Street in Tupelo. Patrice Sharp makes up hamburgers in the kitchen area of the Local Express convenience store.

Convenience store food has come a long way

How many times have you walked into a gas station and walked away with some fried chicken, a corn dog, a burrito or a hot dog? Maybe all of them. Fueled by the proliferation of "travel centers" , food and drink sales nationwide have grown quite a bit.

Cannes: 'Promised Land' re-examines Elvis Presley via Trump-era lens

Cannes: 'Promised Land' re-examines Elvis Presley via Trump-era lens Eugene Jarecki's ambitious new documentary puts icon's rise and fall in modern context. d Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2qFqjjS A half-century later, filmmaker Eugene Jarecki hops in the driver's seat of that very vehicle for a new documentary, Promised Land , that puts the King's life in a modern context, looking at how his rise and decline mirrors that of the United States.

TVA customers expected to see savings in June statements from fuel cost decrease

After a mild winter, temperatures are expected to be high this summer. Many will turn their thermostat down to combat the heat, which will require higher energy usage and cause high utility bills.

Wsir's return: Artist finds his inspiration in Mississippi

"My name is on the back of the Tupelo CVB blues marker," Johnson said. "I told my son, 'That's my 10 minutes of fame for the next 500 years.'

In Focus: Helping hands

Thomas Scott, owner of Scott's Watch and Jewelry in Tupelo, looks through one of his magnifiers attached to his reading glasses as he replaces the movement into a customer's Fossil watch. Scott has been repairing watches since he was 15 years old.

In Focus: Lost art

The Aberdeen City Cemetery has graves dating back to the 18th century and has several works of art hand-made from marble. In the center of the oldest section of the cemetery sits the "praying angel" on the headstone of the McMillan family.

Repeal and replace debate filled with unknowns

Efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare could offer some potential benefits, but they also come with plenty of concerns and loads of unanswered questions. Wally Davis, North Mississippi Health Services vice president for managed care, spoke at Friday morning's Wake Up! Tupelo event sponsored by the Community Development Foundation.

Two killed in Highway 45 wreck

Lee County Coroner Carolyn Green identified the victims as Martha Smith, 75, of Tupelo, and Donald Watson, 62, of Guntown. The collision occurred around 7:40 a.m. on Highway 45, less than a mile north of the Barnes Crossing exit.

TCT pays tribute to early rock-era with 'Hairspray'

Baltimore, 1962. Rock 'n' roll is king, hormones are raging, integration is shunned and plus-sized teenager Tracy Turnblad is ready to fulfill her dream of dancing on "The Corny Collins Show."

Discovery drives demolition costs higher on former Tupelo hotel

The city of Tupelo is paying Gulf Services Contracting about $194,000 to tear down a hotel formerly located on North Gloster near the McCullough Boulevard interchange. However, the City Council voted on Tuesday night to approve an increase of about $14,600 to the demolition contract price.

Longtime incumbent, challengers to meet in Ward 4 primary race

Nettie Davis, 75, is a retired teacher completing a fourth term representing Ward 4 on the Tupelo City Council. Running as a Democrat, she hopes for a fifth term, but several other candidates have different ideas.

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