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About: tupelo, mississippi

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
A church within reach

Lizzy Bigelow, 15, watches as her father, Jason Bigelow, left, and Nikolay Dimitrov of Ackerman review architectural plans in the sanctuary of their new church building on May 12. The Bigelows and several other local Orthodox Christian families recently established the Golden Triangle's only Orthodox mission and are renovating the building themselves. Lizzy's mother is Kelsey Bigelow of Columbus.

Veteran presented Vietnam medal 50 years after elibility

Army Veteran Ken Patterson was presented the National Defense Service Medal at American Legion Post 49 in Tupelo Thursday night, 50 years after he became eligible for the honor. Unlike combat medals, anyone who served in the military during a wartime era is eligible for the campaign medal.

Walton's Greenhouse cultivates flowers and relationships

Catherine Knox was looking for something robust and sturdy, yet lithe and pretty, something that could take the sun, and withstand the blazing Mississippi summer. "They just have so many beautiful flowers here, and it's hard to choose," said Knox, as she lifted the gauzy flower petals with her fingertips, gently testing their integrity.

Tupelo Community Theatre Presents Angel Street

Tupelo Community Theatre will present the drama Angel Street at TCT Off Broadway, 213 East Franklin Street , June 14th, 15th and 16th at 7:30 p.m. A Broadway hit first produced on the West End under the title Gaslight and filmed twice, Angel Street tells the story of the Manninghams, who live on Angel Street in 19th century London. Patrick Hamilton , the author, has built and sustained some of the most brilliant, suspenseful sequences in modern theatre.

This conservative Christian guide to the nation's capital vows...

A tour group from Tupelo Christian Preparatory School in Tupelo, Miss., stands around a cross on the grave of Robert F. Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. A tour group from Tupelo Christian Preparatory School in Tupelo, Miss., stands around a cross on the grave of Robert F. Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va.

How to bid for dinner underneath a 747 jet

Nostalgia for the 747 is booming as the plane has been retired. Image from United's 747 upper deck lounge.

Standoff suspect still recovering

A 43-year-old Clay County man wounded during a shootout April 27 soon may be released from North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo and transferred to University Medical Center in Jackson for continued treatment of his gunshot wounds and his mental health issues. "We're working with the medical authorities to make sure he continues to get the physical and mental care and treatment he needs.

Book Review: Reality and redemption in southern city

The American South is full of contradictions. For every rule, there are always exceptions.

MAC Center hosts Tupelo, New Albany walks

The regional MAC Center will step out in Tupelo and New Albany and it is inviting the community to join in with two community walks. At 9 a.m. Tuesday in Tupelo and May 22 in New Albany, the Mississippi Access to Care Center program at Three Rivers Planning and Development District will host a 2K Walk to Health.

Expanded advisory board talks engagement strategy

A newly expanded police advisory board met for the first time Wednesday and continues to discern how best to engage the public. In recent weeks, the Tupelo City Council has approved Bridgette Wilson and Marcus McCoy to sit on a now-11-member board intended to boost communication between local neighborhoods and the Tupelo Police Department.

Lee County paves way for Fairpark access road

Lee County has agreed to donate some property needed for the construction of an access road in Tupelo's downtown Fairpark District. The land, about three-tenths of an acre, lies immediately west of Elizabeth Street and south of property where the Community Development Foundation sits.

Saints' Brew receives $75K donation

Saints' Brew on Wednesday announced a donation of $75,000 from the Women's First Resource Center to be used toward the long-term growth and management of the Saints' Brew ministry. The Saints' Brew Task Force released a statement announcing the donation and expressing thanks to the Women's First Resource Center and Christ The King Lutheran Church.

ICC graduation ceremonies slated for this weekend

Approximately 630 students will participate in two commencement ceremonies, which are scheduled for Saturday in the Davis Event Center at the Itawamba Community College Fulton Campus. This year the two ceremonies will be split according to the alphabet and not by degrees/certificates awarded as in the past.

Moss Point native to be honored at Mississippi Trailblazers Award ceremony on Saturday

Sharon Caples McDougle of Moss Point has been selected to receive an award at the 16th annual Mississippi Trailblazers Award Ceremony at the BancorpSouth Conference Center in Tupelo, Miss. on Saturday.

Rae Sremmurd Just Made History's Least Ambitious Triple Album

Every time a rapper ascends from humbler places to stardom - from the production credits on Roc-A-Fella albums, from the word-drunk Los Angeles underground, from the Degrassi cast - it feels like an unlikely underdog triumph. But even among stories like those, Rae Sremmurd's ascent has been dizzy and unpredictable.

OCH begins meetings with affiliation partners

OCH, an Oktibbeha County owned system, began looking at affiliation amid a hard-fought campaign in 2017 county supervisors set in motion to try to sell the hospital and its clinics. Voters in November, however, opted to keep OCH publicly owned.

Is Comcast's Brian Roberts Trying to Kill Net Neutrality?

The Comcast boss likes to remain in the shadows but some claim he is using the cover of darkness to plot the end of fair access to the Internet. Brian Roberts -the chairman and chief executive of the $142 billion Comcast cable, broadband and multimedia empire, No.

Meet the dancers: Boys & Girls club kicks off fundraiser

Contestant Jesse Bandre, left, slides the $20,000 check from Toyota Mississippi down to make room for contestants to join him on the rooftop at Park Heights. The contestants will compete in this year's annual Boys & Girls Club "Dancing like the Stars" fundraiser.


Two dozen guardsmen from a Tupelo-based helicopter company will spend the next three weeks patrolling and protecting the U.S. border with Mexico. Around 25 soldiers from Company C of the 1st Battalion, 114th Aviation Regiment, headquartered in Tupelo, are deploying for three weeks in support of Operation Guardian Support, a joint task force effort to conduct security operations along the U.S. Southwest border with Mexico.

Tupelo mayor drops out of U.S. Senate race

Tupelo Mayor Jason Shelton is dropping out of the race for U.S. Senate, saying it's just not the right time. "After much prayer and consideration I have reached the decision that I will be withdrawing my candidacy for U.S. Senate in the special election to replace retired Senator Thad Cochran, and request that my name not be included on the November ballot," Shelton said.

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