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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
Rebellion in Lompoc City Hall

Lompoc City Manager Patrick Wiemiller, during the 2016 State of the City address, instructed his audience to pledge, "We deserve and expect the best in Lompoc." Wiemiller went on to talk about his belief that Lompoc desperately needed a new fire station, which had been rejected by the City Council the month prior, mostly due to its $14 million price tag that would have jumped to more than $28 million through his financing plan.

Dick DeWees Leadership Award Goes to Ken Ostini

The Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Lompoc Valley program held its annual kick-off banquet at La Purisima Mission State Historic Park on Friday. The banquet is the official introduction of the Class of 2018 and the presentation of the annual Dick DeWees Leadership Award.

Lompoc City Jail to Provide Alternative for Booking North County Inmates

City councils to consider agreements to allow Santa Maria, others to use facility and avoid drive to main jail near Goleta With the new North County Jail, above, still under construction. the city of Santa Maria and other agencies are considering making use of the Lompoc City Jail for booking prisoners to avoid having to drive to the main jail near Goleta.

Lompoc Man Found Guilty of Murder for Killing Brother

After several days of deliberations, a Santa Barbara County Superior Court jury returned a guilty verdict Friday in the case of a Lompoc man charged with murdering his brother more than a year ago after watching violent videos. Jurors in Judge Gustavo Lavayen's courtroom returned the verdict Friday after receiving the case against Arturo Herrera, 31, of Lompoc on Monday.

Central coast salamander highway crossings near completion

Construction is nearing completion of six undercrossings designed to allow tiger salamanders to safely travel between breeding ponds and upland habitat on opposite sides of a Santa Barbara County highway. The Lompoc Record says the culverts located along State Route 246 between Lompoc and Buellton are expected to be finished this fall.

Status of Cabrillo High School Principal Uncertain as Interim Administrator Named

An acting principal has been appointed at Cabrillo High School near Lompoc while the status of Jeff Wagonseller, who held the job, remained a mystery Thursday. Sue Pettis, marking her second year as assistant principal and 25th year as an educator, will fill the Vandenberg Village campus's top job, John Karbula, assistant superintendent of business services, said Thursday.

Alcox Awarded $1.3 Million for Losing Half His Life

A former Santa Barbara County resident convicted in 1986 for the murder of a Lompoc motel owner has been awarded $1.3 million by the California Victim Compensation Board, $140 a day for the 9,502 daysa <-a "It's still sinking in," said Alcox this week of the $1.3 million check he'll receive tax-free from the state. "But it's not about the money.

Susan Salcido: Promises of A Brighter Future

Thanks to the foresight and wisdom of those at Santa Barbara City College and Allan Hancock College , students countywide will have access to two respective Promise Programs, which remove financial barriers to attending college and enrich the entire community in the process. The popularity of the college Promise Programs is evidenced by the increasing number of schools now offering them across the United States.

Lompoc Resident Battling Cancer Competes on 'Jeopardy!' Game Show

Linda Shaver-Gleason was told she had about five months to live after undergoing brain radiation - the average survival rate. That was in late March, and it was unclear if the 34-year-old cancer patient would be able to live long enough to watch herself compete on her Jeopardy! episode.

Ron Fink: Italian Stone Pines Falling in Lompoc

One of the most scenic streets in Lompoc, South H Street, between Cypress and Olive Avenues, has a gravity/draught induced problem. South H is lined on both sides with Italian stone pines whose canopies create a scenic but increasingly dangerous view scape.

Faulty Cable Leaves Lompoc High School Without Power

A power outage has left Lompoc High School in the dark, but classes were continuing Monday, according to city of Lompoc officials. Power was expected to be restored to the campus by 3 p.m. following an outage early Monday resulting from a faulty underground electrical cable.

Business Help Desk to Work for Lompoc Entrepreneurs

The city of Lompoc Economic Development Division has introduced its Business Help Desk program at Lompoc City Hall that will provide resources for local businesses including information to benefit new, expanding or existing enterprises. The Business Help Desk will offer the city's new Open For Business guide to starting or expanding a business in Lompoc.

3 Men Arrested on Felony Vandalism Charges in Goleta Graffiti Incident

One of three men were arrested on felony vandalism charges in Goleta on Saturday is searched by sheriff's deputies. Three men were arrested on felony vandalism charges in Goleta on Saturday after a man doing graffiti-abatement work spotted them and alerted sheriff's deputies.

9/11 Ceremonies Planned Around Santa Barbara County to Mark 16th Anniversary of Terrorist Attacks

Fire departments throughout Santa Barbara County have scheduled commemorations Monday to honor the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks . The public is invited to attend.

SpaceX close to landing rocket boosters next to its Southern California launch site

SpaceX has built a new landing pad for the return landings of it Falcon 9 Booster adjacent to itA's assemble building and Launch pad on Vandenberg Air Force base. Sandy Mazza/Daily Breeze/SCNG SpaceX, which has launched three rockets this year from Vandenberg Air Force Base and landed all three boosters on an off-shore barge, has built a permanent landing pad at the base to replace ocean recoveries.

'Wally's Cafe' Serving Up Laughs, Nostalgia at Lompoc Dinner Theater

Lompoc Civic Theatre's 44th season continues with a dinner theater production of Wally's Caf by Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark at the Mission Club in the Ellery Room, 4300 Club House Road. Anne Ramsey, who has performed with LCT as Florence Foster Jenkins in Glorious and Sister Hubert in Nunsense , is directing the light-hearted comedy.

Ridley-Tree Cancer Center Open at New Site

The three-story, 54,780-square-foot medical center, which is two blocks from Sansum Clinic and Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, brings members of the Santa Barbara oncology team to a single location where patients can access all aspects of multi-disciplinary care. Those areas include medical oncology and hematology, radiation oncology, surgical oncology, clinical research, genetic counseling, patient navigation, nutrition, social work services, resource library, wellness and community outreach.

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