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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
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Jennie Rodgers came close to death because her uterus ruptured when she was 32 weeks pregnant with son Caleb in 2011. Although the numbers of maternal deaths remain small, health advocates in Mississippi and the United States are concerned about trends showing an increase in maternal death rates.

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Late last year, Danny Brown finally got the opportunity to buy the three buildings he had been renting for 13 years, plus another building he had long wanted. Those purchases enabled Brown to move his business, DB's Floral Designs & More, double his space and expand his offerings to customers.

Love of Literature: Books' importance evident in Belden home

"Every room needed to be redone except the kitchen, which had been newly remodeled," Lisa said. "The staircase had carpet on it."

Shumpert legal fights continues to shift, narrow

Competing filings over a motion for summary judgment show that the legal fight over the June 2016 shooting death of Antwun "Ronnie" Shumpert has drifted away from some of the more dramatic claims made by attorney Carlos Moore at the outset of civil litigation. In mid-August, attorneys for the city of Tupelo and Tupelo Police Department officer Tyler Cook asked a federal judge to set aside a federal wrongful death suit filed by surviving family members of Shumpert.

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William Archie, cook and truck driver for The Salvation Army in Tupelo, loads cases of water into the Salvation Disaster Services Truck that will be leaving for Florida on Wednesday to aid in Hurricane Irma relief. Top, volunteer Chris Perkins pushes a cart of water to the Disaster Services Truck.

Eight Days of Hope to work in Texas until late October

Steve Tybor, executive director with Eight Days of Hope, gives his daughter Emma a kiss after she presents him with a donation collected by the students at Milam for Hurricane Harvey Relief on Thursday morning at Milam in Tupelo. In just two days, Milam raised $2,518.00.

Visitors center renovations ready to move forward

The Tupelo City Council voted Tuesday to award Southaven-based company Murphy and Sons a contract for renovations to the interior of the Tupelo Convention and Visitors Bureau. "What we had before was just some rack cards and one video presentation," said CVB Director Neal McCoy.

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Tupelo's City Council voted Tuesday night to keep the municipal property tax levy at current levels across the next year. A unanimous vote in favor of a flat tax rate means that the city will continue to levy a property tax rate of 32.47 mills.

Panola County Jail Arrest Record

By Ashley Crutcher Newly appointed Judge Charlie Baglan made his first appearance in the Wednesday session of Batesville Municipal Court. He also serves as Panola County's 2nd Court District Justice Court Judge Baglan denied bond for Quinterrius Reeves of 1053 Hawkins Rd., Courtland, who was charged with armed robbery.

11-year-old arrested after shooting 12-year-old in Tupelo

Tupelo Police arrested an 11-year-old in connection to a shooting of a 12-year-old Friday afternoon in Tupelo. Police responded to the Oak Creek Apartments in the 500 block of Lumpkin Avenue to find a 12-year-old child shot.

Gas prices continue to rise in wake of Hurricane Harvey

Joshua Riley, of Tupelo, starts to put gas in his car after filling up a gas can for his lawnmower at Papa V's Friday morning in Tupelo. The price for a gallon of regular was $2.39.

Slimantics: A shameful omission

The one thing Dowsing is not? He is not in the Mississippi State University Sports Hall of Fame. Incredibly, he has never even been nominated.

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North Mississippi Medical Center-Tupelo is closing its skilled nursing unit and community health department and scaling back its inpatient mental health center as it seeks to offset reduced revenues. The cuts come a week after NMMC-Tupelo revealed it was losing $1 million a month because of reimbursement changes from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi and filed a breach of contract lawsuit in Lee County Circuit Court.

Culture Warrington Announces October Lineup

Roll up, roll up! Sell-out comedy returns to Pyramid with the best in live stand-up from our friends at The Comedy Store. But hurry - it sells out fast! The Comedy Store continues its residency at Pyramid presenting the best in stand-up from around the globe and showcasing the brightest names in comedy talent.

Shockley's, iconic Tupelo restaurant, closing after nearly 60 years

Customers at Shockley's restaurant enjoy their breakfast Tuesday morning in Tupelo. The popular restaurant has announced that it will be closing its doors soon.

Press problems delayed Dispatch delivery on Monday

"We really don't know for sure, but we think it may be the circuit board," Floyd said. "So we're taking that out to examine it and see if the problem is the circuit board or if there is something else wrong that is affecting the circuit board."

Sweet Peppers' West Main store closing for remodeling

Sweet Peppers Deli on West Main Street in Tupelo is closing its doors at 8 p.m. Sunday for about a month to undergo an extensive renovation. The restaurant, which hasn't had a major remodel since it opened in 1999, will get new tables, floors, colors, logos and a new pickup window for call-in and online orders.

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