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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
Bill Macfadyen: Chin Check Time as Inmates Brawl in Place at Lompoc Big House

I don't know who plugged in the power for the Los Angeles Dodgers , but I like it. I'd like it more if the club would stop boycotting its fans with the greedy TV blackout.

65th Annual Lompoc Valley Flower Festival Bursts Into Bloom

Excited screams could be heard on the children's rollercoaster during the Lompoc Valley Flower Festival, which run through Sunday at Ryon Park. Amid the carnival rides, commercial vendors and entertainment, it's the food that attracts many Lompoc Valley Flower Festival attendees to Ryon Park year after year.

Ron Fink: Budget Challenges Cause Lompoc Leaders to Punt

Cities across the United States were organized to serve the needs of the people. During the formative era, folks wanted more to say in how their needs were met.

Fire Damages House on M Street in Lompoc

Fire and smoke caused significant damage to a home in Lompoc on Sunday night, according to the Lompoc Fire Department . Crews from the city, Santa Barbara County and Vandenberg Air Force Base were dispatched at about 7:30 p.m. to the residence on the 400 block of South M Street, said Battalion Chief Brian Federmann.

Lompoc Old Town Market Another Sign of Summer

The Old Town Market, sponsored by the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau will be open again this summer 5-8 p.m. Fridays, starting June 30, in the 100 block of South H Street. With a different theme each week, the market will feature live music, food booths, farmers market, vendors, free activities for kids and a different theme each week.

Dart thrown at map picks the silo

A Minuteman III missile inside the silo known as Foxtrot 2 in Montana was on alert for nearly half a century, ready to fire a more than 300-kiloton nuclear warhead that would reach an adversary anywhere in the world in about 30 minutes. That mission ended in February, when an Air Force crew ventured out onto the frozen Great Plains with a special crane and pulled it out of the hole.

Children Become Junior Firefighters at Lompoc Camp

Three dozen children spent the week fighting fires, giving first aid, climbing an aerial ladder, repelling from a building and more in Lompoc en route to becoming junior firefighters. The Lompoc Fire Department , in partnership with the Parks and Recreation Department, again hosted a four-day Junior Fire Camp at Station No.

Lompoc Man Arrested on Animal Cruelty Charges After Bound Dog Discovered in House Fire

Firefighters find 'Pooh' with rubber bands tied around his muzzle, paws while responding to June 6 blaze at Crown Circle residence A Lompoc firefighter sits near a dog rescued from a burning residence June 6. The dog was found inside a weighted-down box with rubber bands on its muzzle and legs, leading to the arrest of owner Edward Vantassel on suspicion of animal cruelty. The owner of a dog rescued from a burning Lompoc residence was arrested on suspicion of animal cruelty after firefighters discovered the animal with rubber bands binding its muzzle and legs.

Hancock Widens Concurrent Program with High Schools

Students will have more opportunities to jump-start their college education without leaving their high-school campuses this fall. Allan Hancock College has expanded its concurrent enrollment program and will offer classes at 10 area high schools.

Free Lunch Program Served Up in Summer, Too

The city of Lompoc is offering the Lompoc Unified School District's Free Lunch For Kids program at several city locations this summer. The Lompoc Recreation Division and Lompoc Public Library are joining with LUSD and a number of community organizations to serve free lunch to Lompoc children at six sites in the city June 19 and running through Aug. 4 at most sites.

Son of Santa Maria Woman Killed by DUI Driver Speaks In Court During Sentencing

Spring Morrissey gets 10-year prison term for vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated in crash that killed Victoria Levinson west of Lompoc Alexander Esguerra-Levinson hold a photo of his mom Victoria Levinson who was killed when her vehicle was struck by one driven by Spring Morrissey, who pleaded no contest to vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated in the crash. During an emotional sentencing hearing Tuesday in Santa Barbara County Superior Court, the son of a woman killed in a crash caused by a driver under the influence shared about "the roller-coaster of emotions" since the October crash.

Second Trial Nearing for Pair Charged With Fatal Gang-Related Stabbing In Lompoc

The second Santa Barbara County Superior Court trial for a pair of Lompoc men charged in connection with a fatal stabbing in Lompoc two years ago is on track to start later this month. Edward Carter, 23, and Dequan Matthews, 20, will return to court June 20 for motions, with jury selection expected to start two days later in Judge James Voysey's courtroom.

Lompoc Passes Water Quality Tests; Report Available

Water testing results from 2016 have been released for the city of Lompoc, and the city has again met all drinking water health standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the state of California. The 2016 Water Quality Report is available in brochures at Lompoc City Hall, Lompoc Aquatic Center, Lompoc Public Library, Dick DeWees Community and Senior Center, Lompoc Water Treatment Plant, and on the city website www1.cityoflompoc.com/departments/utilities/2016ccr.pdf.

Inside the ICBM launch facility where a turn of two keys sends a...

A Minuteman III missile inside the silo known as Foxtrot 2 in Montana was on alert for nearly half a century, ready to fire a more than 300-kiloton hydrogen bomb to an adversary anywhere in the world in about 30 minutes. That mission ended in February, when an Air Force crew ventured out onto the frozen Great Plains with a special crane and pulled it out of the hole.

Eight County Deputy Trainees Complete Hancock Academy

Eight Santa Barbara County deputy sheriff trainees have graduated from the Allan Hancock College Law Enforcement Academy, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office has announced. After 21 weeks of instruction, the graduates received certificates of completion June 8 during a formal ceremony at the Allan Hancock College Public Safety Training Complex in Lompoc.

Family Service Agency Opens New Lompoc Office

Front row, from left, DeWayne Holmdahl, Alice Down, Mary Harvey, Bob Lingl, Andrew Wilson, Pat Nuernberg, Lisa Brabo, Roberta Heter, Annette Hernandez, Jenell Figueroa, Michael Carroll, Amber Wilson, Tom Hom. Back row: FSA staff members.

AIDS/LifeCycle Rider Reportedly Injured at Gaviota

An AIDS/LifeCycle rider reportedly received a major head injury in a crash at Gaviota on Friday morning, according to emergency radio dispatch traffic. Personnel from Santa Barbara County Fire Department and California Highway Patrol were dispatched to the incident at approximately 8:45 a.m. near the intersection of Highways 101 and 1. A County Air Support Unit helicopter transported the injured 37-year-old man to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital for treatment.

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