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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
Tupelo surplus spending plan includes aquatic center parking, upgrades to mall ring road

The City Council will consider tonight whether to earmark surplus revenues toward a number of infrastructure projects, including additional parking at the Tupelo Aquatic Center and upgrades to a heavily trafficked service road that surrounds the Mall at Barnes Crossing. Mayor Jason Shelton's administration has proposed that, right off the top, $225,000 of that unspent revenue be designated toward a transportation fund that may later in the year be used to create a public transportation pilot program, subject to council approval.

Even 'freebies' can be trouble, officers warned

Don't text or post on social media when mad or drinking alcohol. Be prepared to pay full price for everything from a cup of coffee to a full meal.

Dermatology outreach coming to Tupelo Children's of Mississippi Clinic

University of Mississippi Medical Center dermatologist Dr. Adam Byrd will be seeing patients once month at the Children's of Mississippi specialty clinic in Tupelo. Byrd, a UMMC assistant professor of dermatology, has been serving north Mississippi patients from a UMMC clinic in Louisville since April.


Mike Smith, District 2 Supervisor and Lee County Board of Supervisors Board President, speaks on the successes, plans and partnerships of Lee County during the State of the County address Thursday morning in Building V of Tupelo Furniture Market. David Rumbarger, President & CEO of the Community Development Foundation, welcomes area residents and officials to the Lee County Supervisors State of the County address.


Jamie and Cathy overlap while singing about their relationship from different timelines and perspectives in Tupelo Community Theatre Off Broadway's production of "The Last Five Years." The Angel of Death looms over a group of residents at a mental hospital before making her selection in THS Theatre Company's production of "Cheating Death."


Holly McCoy, owner of Rosie's Cookies, Cakes & Cream in Tupelo, moves sheets of Valentines Day cookies in the kitchen on Monday morning as she and her employee's work to prepare for the Valentines Day rush. Suzanne Looney, a floral designer at Bishop's Flower Shop in Tupelo, places one of the dozen roses in an arrangment as she works to fill orders for Valentines Day.

The Julia Stoschek Collection opens Arthur Jafa's first exhibition in Germany

Arthur Jafa, APEX, 2013. Video, 8'12'', Farbe, Ton / video, 8'12'', color, sound.

City to help build road for Chickasaw heritage center

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When a massive tornado hits Tupelo, Mississippi on April 5, 1936, Dovey, a local laundress, is flung into a nearby lake. Bruised and nearly drowned, Dovey slowly navigates the streets of Tupelo, stopping at the house of the despised McNabb family.


Waller, the president and CEO of the Mississippi Economic Council, wrapped up an 18-city tour in Tupelo on Friday at a joint meeting of the Rotary and Kiwanis clubs at The Summit Center. "We've talked about a variety of things that all deal with economic development - job creation, transportation," he said.

Paul Thorn Covers The O'Jays' Classic 'Love Train': Premiere

On paper, Paul Thorn should have recorded a gospel album well before the upcoming Don't Let The Devil Ride -- whose version of the O'Jays' "Love Train" is premiering exclusively below. Thorn's father was a Pentecostal preacher in Mississippi, and gospel was the only music played in the family home.

Exhibition offers an insight into the art collecting practices of Steve Alpert

Lacoste Gallery announces its exhibition Through the Eyes of a Collector from February 3 - 28, 2018. This exhibition offers an insight into the art collecting practices of Steve Alpert, an avid ceramic art lover and collector of more than 40 years.

Clock 'doctors' work to keep old timepieces ticking

A group of clock 'doctors' are working to preserve the art of horology in hopes that the next generation can learn about the way humans used to keep time before the digital age A team of clock "doctors" is working to preserve some of the country's oldest clocks before time runs out. Lindsay Rasberry and many people like him fell in love with clocks at an early age.

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Wicker and Cochran were two of 67 senators who sent a letter addressed to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-NY. Two years of funding for community health centers is included in a short-term spending bill set for consideration by the U.S. House of Representatives late Tuesday.

Sheriff: Man tries to crush deputy, holds 2 at gunpoint

A man is accused of hitting a Mississippi deputy with his Jeep Wrangler and preventing two people from calling police by holding them at gunpoint. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal of Tupelo reports 32-year-old Samuel Jacob Rice is charged with multiple counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer and kidnapping.


Tony and Heather Palmer own Relics Antique Marketplace in Tupelo. The store opened New Year's Day and already has multiple vendors and a waiting list for future customers.

Ask Rufus: Not just the heroes of February

As early as 1814 blacks both free and slave served on Upper Tombigbee flatboats, keelboats and later steamboats. Two black crewmen were heroes of the steamboat Eliza Battle disaster in 1858.


Tupelo native Billy F. Murphy Jr. is pinned to the rank of colonel by his daughter, Kathryn, and son, Airman 1st Class Zach Murphy, during a promotion ceremony on Friday at the Mississippi National Guard's Joint Force Headquarters in Jackson. Mississippi Air National Guardsmen Billy F. Murphy Jr. was promoted to the rank of colonel.

New American Family Association Film 'The God Who Speaks' Debuts Today

Contact: Deborah Hamilton, 610-584-1096 ext 102, TUPELO, Miss., Feb. 1, 2018 / Christian Newswire / -- The new feature-length film from the American Family Association called "The God Who Speaks," bringing together the most celebrated apologists, writers, speakers, authors and thinkers, is debuting today, Feb. 1. Those featured in the film lend their experience, research skills and God-given talents to present answers to some of the age-old questions about the Bible. "The God Who Speaks," produced by American Family Studios , a division of AFA, is a powerful 90-minute documentary that explores the evidence of the Bible's inspiration and authority through some of the world's most respected biblical scholars.

Delay looks likely for county precinct consolidation

A Lee County election official now wants to delay a proposed reduction and consolidation of voting precincts until after county-wide elections this year and next year. In a recent letter directed to the Lee County Board of Supervisors, Circuit Clerk Camille Roberts Dulaney suggested that any consolidation would be better timed if it occurred after the 2020 federal census.

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