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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
Making the Most from Mud

Longtime winemaker Fred Brander and his son, Nik, were trapped on their Montecito property when the mountains turned to mush during the January 9 debris flow and needed the help of a passing fire engine to escape. When they returned two weeks later, Brander found his house unscathed but the entire landscape transformed, the trees covered in mud, the creek bed filled to the brim.

CAC Pays Tribute to Champions of Youth, Families, Seniors

Community Action Commission recently honored those who've helped improve the lives of children, youth, families and seniors in Santa Barbara County. The 13th annual Champions event, held at Hotel Corque in Solvang, recognized: >> Fran Forman As the recently retired executive director of Community Action Commission, Forman has worked on behalf of children, teens, families and seniors to promote their education, job skills, physical/emotional well-being, and economic security in an effort to stabilize their lives.

Pot taxes vs. local pols' hard feelings

In this Thursday, April 12, 2018, photo, mature cannabis plants are seen in a greenhouse at Glass House Farms in Carpinteria, Calif. Santa Barbara county amassed the largest number of marijuana cultivation licenses in California since broad legalization arrived on Jan. 1, nearly 800, according to state data compiled by The Associated Press.

Reversing Course, Lompoc Council Agrees to Ask Voters About Cannabis Tax

Lompoc voters will decide in November whether the fledgling cannabis industry should pay taxes, the City Council agreed Tuesday, reversing an earlier decision to have no taxes. The topic returned to the City Council at the request of Councilwoman Jenelle Osborne with the support of two colleagues, and ended with a unanimous vote to put the proposal in voters' hands.

Janice Peterson, formerly of Santa Barbara

Janice Peterson never shied away from a lively debate or an opportunity to prove her comprehensive command of language, art, politics, philosophy, and communication. She loved her family and friends fiercely and proved it every day of her life.

In Retirement, Judge Rogelio Flores Expects to Tout Collaborative Justice Approach

In his 31 years wielding the gavel, Judge Rogelio Flores has savored the success stories such as a military veteran facing a state prison sentence who instead was able to get his life back on track. "When he came to our court, he was broken, his spirit was broken," Flores said, citing this case among successes from the collaboration provided through the Lompoc Veterans Treatment Court he started, copying one in Santa Maria, "By working together - our treatment team - we were able to help build this combat veteran back up from the ground up," said the 64-year-old Flores.

Death of Vandenberg Airman Struck by Transit Bus Ruled Accidental

The death of an airman who was fatally injured when he was struck by a transit bus while lying on Highway 1 near Vandenberg Air Force Base in February has been called accidental after an autopsy revealed he had consumed a significant amount of alcohol. Airman 1st Class Tyler Leidholdt, 24, who was assigned to the 30th Security Forces Squadron, died after being struck by a vehicle authorities initially suspected had left the scene on Feb. 19. The incident occurred at approximately 5:30 a.m. in the southbound lanes of Highway 1 near Timber Lane, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Register to Vote by May 21 for June 5 Primary

THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE IS MONDAY, MAY 21 Extended Office Hours for Eligible Citizens to Register to Vote The deadline to register to vote is Monday, May 21, to be eligible to vote in the June 5, statewide direct primary election. If a voter has moved or changed his/her name, that individual must update his/her registration by completing a new voter registration form.

Cannabis permits will be topic in San Jacinto

In this Thursday, April 12, 2018, photo, a worker drives a cart past cannabis plants in a greenhouse at Glass House Farms in Carpinteria, Calif. Santa Barbara county amassed the largest number of marijuana cultivation licenses in California since broad legalization arrived on Jan. 1, nearly 800, according to state data compiled by The Associated Press.

Crowd of Mayors Backs Independent Jennifer Christensen for Auditor-Controller

Nationally, politics is very divisive in America at present. Locally, not quite as much, because voters tend to look less at partisan purity and go more for common sense and qualifications.

Lompoc Wants Your Two Cents on Fiscal Year Action Plan

The city of Lompoc Economic and Community Development Department invites public comment on the city's Fiscal Year 2018-19 Action Plan. The draft 2018-19 Action Plan discusses how the city of Lompoc will implement the Consolidated Plan during the fiscal year, and includes a list of programs and projects that are being recommended for funding with federal Community Development Block Grant funds.

Civil Grand Jury Report Critical of Sheriff's Department Practice of Mandatory Overtime

The panel outlines five findings and 10 recommendations, but Sheriff Bill Brown says strategies already are underway to boost recruitment An assessment of a timeline and costs for implementing video arraignments at the county's Main Jail and the Northern Branch Jail are among recommendations listed in a report by the 2017-18 Civil Grand Jury. The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department needs to take steps to ease mandatory overtime, especially for custody deputies, by boosting efforts to fill empty slots and studying the human toll of working long hours, according to a government watchdog panel.

Central Coast community reeks of marijuana

Carpenteria is a charming coastal community peppered with antique stores, mom-and-pop shops and gourmet cafes. But with an onslaught of marijuana cultivations, some say the southern Santa Barbara County community stinks, literally.

California flower town wrestles with odor amid shift to pot

In this Thursday, April 12, 2018, photo, Xave Saragosa pauses for photos in his backyard as greenhouses growing cannabis plants are visible in the background, in Carpinteria, Calif. "We don't want a marijuana smell," said Saragosa, a 73-year-old retired sheriff's deputy who was born and raised in the town and lives near a greenhouse that grows marijuana.

UCSB's Economic Forecast Project Presents 37th Annual Economic Summit

Unemployment rate in Santa Barbara County declined to 3.9 percent in 2017; growth rate of housing prices has slowed significantly Tuesday's Economic Forecast Summit in Santa Barbara concluded with a panel discussion among the speakers including, from left, writer and political commentator Amity Shlaes; Megan McArdle, columnist for the Washington Post; and Peter Rupert, executive director of the Forecast Project. The unemployment rate in Santa Barbara County declined to 3.9 percent in 2017, according to a new UC Santa Barbara forecast.

3 People Injured in Vehicle Accident in Southwest Lompoc

Shortly before 8 a.m., personnel from the Lompoc Fire and Police departments responded to the crash near the intersection of Ocean Avenue and V Street. Two ambulance were requested to transport three patients with minor injuries to Lompoc Valley Medical Center for evaluation and treatment, fire Battalion Chief Brian Federmann said.

Santa Barbara County Elections Office Mails 138,000 Ballots to Voters

The Santa Barbara County Registrar of Voters on Monday sent out 138,000 vote-by-mail ballots for the statewide direct primary election on Tuesday, June 5. Vote-by-mail ballots must be received in the county Elections Office or at a polling place within California by 8 p.m. on Election Day. If ballots are returned by mail, they must be postmarked on or before Election Day; the Elections Office must receive them no later than June 8, 2018.

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