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The land now known as Lompoc was originally inhabited by the Chumash Native American tribe. The name of the city was actually derived from the Chumash word "Lum Poc." The Mexican government granted the land around present day Lompoc as the Rancho Lompoc Land Grant in 1837. When the United States gained control of the California territory after the Mexican-American War, the valley was bought by Thomas Diblee and William Welles Hollister, and the land was established as a temperance colony. At first the town was called new Vineland, but residents later changed the name to Lompoc.

Population: 41103
Local Newspapers: San Francisco Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: San Francisco Giants
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Zip Codes associated with lompoc, california: 93436 93437
Towns/Cities near lompoc, california : Mission Hills Vandenberg Solvang Buellton

Lompoc News
Man Killed After Allegedly Firing Directly at Officers

Firing at officers directly in front of him, a suspect in a Lompoc homicide case was shot and killed by police officers on November 19. Law enforcement had been investigating a body found early that morning in the dry bed of the Santa Ynez River near a bike path roundabout. Witnesses described a possible suspect, and a Lompoc Fire Department employee reported seeing the person, identified as Geronimo Vicente Santos, near A Street and Pine Avenue around 7 a.m. According to Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office, which is investigating the officer-involved shooting, Santos refused to comply with patrol officers who arrived to the scene.

Ron Fink: What Does Saving Environment Cost Average Family?

The city of Lompoc solid waste division says all that recycling we have been doing has reduced the bulk tonnage and subsequently cut into revenues at the landfill. This is a common issue with all jurisdictions that collect your waste; "saving the environment" is costing us tax- and rate-payers a bundle.

Homicide Investigation Leads to Officer-Involved Shooting in Lompoc

A homicide that occurred in the Santa Ynez Riverbed in Lompoc was followed by an officer-involved shooting Sunday morning, police Sgt. Kevin Martin.

Tabletop Christmas Trees Raffle a Gift to Lompoc Library

The Friends of the Lompoc Library System will hold its annual Decorated Tabletop Christmas Trees Fundraiser with all proceeds benefitting the Lompoc Library System. The trees are on display at the Lompoc Public Library, 501 E. North Ave., and Village Library, 3755 Constellation Road, until 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, when the winner of each tree will be drawn from the raffle tickets being sold at both library locations.

Three Family Homeless Shelter Programs Suffer Federal Funding Loss

Transition House, Domestic Violence Solutions and Good Samaritan Shelter lost a combined $130,000 in federal funding for programs that support homeless children and their families. Transition House, which helps 115 homeless families each year, lost a $62,939 grant which has supported their family emergency shelter since 1993.

Rocket launches from Vandenberg to carry weather satellite into orbit

A United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket carrying a weather satellite lifts off from Vandenberg early Saturday, A rocket carrying a new weather satellite was launched successfully from Vandenberg Air Force Base early Saturday, with plans to put the satellite in a polar orbit to help improve forecasting. The Delta II rocket carrying the Joint Polar Satellite System-1, the first in a new series of polar-orbiting satellites, took off from Space Launch Complex 2 at 1:47 a.m., according to NASA .

Woman Seriously Injured When Struck by Vehicle While Jaywalking Across H Street in Lompoc

A woman was airlifted to a Santa Barbara hospital Friday night after being struck by a vehicle while jaywalking across a street in Lompoc, according to the Lompoc Police Department . The victim was hit by a 2-door coupe at about 9:25 p.m. while attempting to run across the 1600 block of North H Street, outside of a crosswalk, police said.

Lompoc Man's Trial For Fatally Shooting Woman Delayed Until January

The Santa Barbara County Superior Court trial of a Lompoc man charged with killing a woman in 2014 has been rescheduled for next year. Clay Martin Burt Murray was arrested following the Oct. 13, 2014, fatal shooting of Rebecca M. Yap, 37, of Santa Maria.

This new satellite could produce the most accurate weather predictions yet

The Joint Polar Satellite System-1, or JPSS-1, is designed to provide forecasters with crucial environmental science data to provide a better understanding of changes in the Earth's weather, oceans and climate. The Joint Polar Satellite System-1, or JPSS-1, is designed to provide forecasters with crucial environmental science data to provide a better understanding of changes in the Earth's weather, oceans and climate.

Ron Fink: Council Member Osborne's Lack of Decorum Stuns Lompoc

As old as I am, I shouldn't be surprised at how some things turn out; I learned a lesson last week and hope it's trend-setting. No matter what political persuasion you are, a respectful response to and inclusion of citizen concerns when making public policy is critical.

Santa Barbara Chowder Fest Dishes Up Funds for Legal Aid Foundation

Three Pickles is crowned the champ, and Jalama Beach CafA© scores the People's Choice Award at the eighth annual benefit event Representatives of Three Pickles take home Chowder Champ honors from the 2017 Santa Barbara Chowder Fest benefiting the Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara County. From left, Trisha Geyer, Executive Director Molora Vadnais and board member Lynn Goebel of the Legal Aid Foundation.

Activist shares accounts of being a child of incarcerated parent

As the child of an incarcerated parent, author Tony "Slugg" Lewis, Jr., grew up knowing the trauma that mass incarceration can create for prisoners' families. Lewis grew up in Hanover Place in Northwest Washington, D.C., which is near the epicenter of the crack trade.

Drop, Cover, Hold On, and Other Earthquake Safety Tips

The recent 4.3 magnitude that struck near Lompoc is a reminder of the importance of preparing for earthquakes, and knowing how to protect yourself and your loved ones when another earthquake strikes. In addition to the earthquake safety tips listed below, the city of Lompoc encourages all area residents to register to receive emergency alerts through Santa Barbara County's Aware and Prepare emergency notification system.

Lompoc City Manager Patrick Wiemiller Submits Resignation

"He is a very honorable man," Lingl said. "He did a great job for our city for the past four years."

Lompoc Council OKs Cannabis Ordinance Amid Threats of Referendum, Recall

The Lompoc City Council approved a cannabis ordinance Tuesday despite warnings from Mayor Bob Lingl that people were poised to launch a referendum to stall and ultimately stop the process. The 3-1 vote, with Lingl as the lone opponent, came after several members of the faith community urged that the law include a no-cannabis-business buffer around churches, much like the one already in place for schools and youth centers.

Susan Salcido: Enriching Lives Through Arts Education, Community Partnerships

The arts engage a part of the human spirit that is often beyond the reach of lessons in multiplication, grammar or history. All these subjects are vital for children to learn, of course, but the arts comprise a different dimension of learning and instruction.

Lompoc City Council Gets First Look At Draft Maps for District-Based Elections

The Lompoc City Council on Tuesday night got its first peek at proposals for carving the community into districts for future elections, with additional maps accepted through Friday. With nine draft maps submitted, the city's consultant reviewed the pros and cons of each regarding how well they meet rules under the state and federal voting rights acts.

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