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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
Santa Barbara County's Wine Grape Harvest Finishing with Lighter Yields, But Solid Quality

In late August, the timing that many winemakers now call the "new normal," Santa Barbara County's pinot noir, chardonnay and sauvignon blanc grapes were maturing and harvest was smoothly underway. During the growing season, producers recalled, frost risks were minimal, but wind, rain and cooler temperatures during vines' bloom time led to shatter, which means smaller and fewer clusters per grape vine.

Red Flag Fire Conditions Called for Santa Barbara

A Red Flag fire warning has been issued for the Santa Ynez Range and coastal south Santa Barbara areas due to expected conditions of extremely low humidity and gusty winds from Thursday night through Saturday morning, County Fire announced Thursday morning. The warning - issued for 8 p.m. Thursday, October 12 through 10 a.m. Saturday, October 14 - includes using extreme caution if operating flame- or spark-producing machinery, reporting smoke or suspicious activity to 9-1-1, and being prepared with evacuation route knowledge for the duration.

Parents, Attorney Say Santa Maria Stabbing Suspect Needs Mental Health Treatment

Jhordy Ramirez was arrested in May after stabbing his mother and father during what they say was a mental health crisis Defense attorney David Bixby, right, speaks about his concerns with how the criminal justice system handles people in a mental health crisis. At left are Ricardo Ramirez and Silvia Diaz Ramirez, parents of defendant Jhordy Ramirez, who was arrested after stabbing his parents during a mental health breakdown in May. Arrested while in the midst of mental health crisis, Jhordy Ramirez of Santa Maria needs help, not jail time, his defense attorney contends.

Workshop Explains Basics of Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's disease is not a normal part of aging. It is a progressive and fatal brain disease that is the most common form of dementia, the Alzheimer's Association says.

Ron Fink: Lompoc Cannabis Policy; Not Yet

For the second time the Lompoc City Council discussed the implementation of the city's cannabis policy to try and beat the Jan. 1, 2018, deadline. When the full council couldn't figure out what to do, they farmed it out to an ad hoc committee consisting of the city attorney and Council Members Jenelle Osborne and Victor Vega.

5 Arrested on Drug Charges During Investigation of Santa Barbara Street Gang

After a months-long investigation of a Santa Barbara street gang, five people have been arrested on a combination of state and federal drug charges, according to the S anta Barbara Police Department . Over the past several months, Santa Barbara police - working with agents from the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives - conducted a countywide investigation of criminal activity linked to the Santa Barbara Eastside gang, said Sgt.

Naples Winter Wine Festival Has Done It Again

In its nearly two decades of existence, the weekend-long extravaganza has become the biggest philanthropic event in all of Southwest Florida , and its auction is now one of the most important wine auctions in the entire world. The organizer's of the 2018 festival, to be held Jan. 26-28, have just unleashed the full roster of chefs, vintners and master sommeliers who will make the trek to the Gulfshore for the weekend of Premier Crus and white truffles.

Lompoc Medical Center Promotes Healing Power of Quietude

In an effort to promote patient healing and improve the quality of care, Lompoc Valley Medical Center has embarked on an initiative to encourage a quieter hospital environment. Studies have shown that high levels of sound can have a negative physical and psychological effect on patients by disrupting sleep, increasing stress and decreasing patients' confidence in the competence of their caregivers.

Domestic Violence Awareness Vigil Looks to Break The Silence

The names of three Santa Barbara County women killed in the first eight months of 2017 - allegedly by men they once loved - became part of the silent witness section of a Lompoc vigil to remember the victims of domestic violence Thursday night. The 30th annual domestic violence awareness event in Lompoc remembered Ranae Ronquillo, 47, who authorities alleged was killed by her live-in boyfriend in early January a few blocks away from the Centennial Park site of the candlelight vigil.

Lompoc Council Starts Considering Boundaries for Election Districts

Lompoc leaders this week began considering how they should carve the city into districts for electing council members in the future with just two people speaking out during the first public hearingt. The city undertook the process after a threat of litigation under the California Voting Rights Act, following other communities in Santa Barbara County and throughout the state making the switch.

Lompoc's Proposed Cannabis Rules Draw Criticism, Praise

The Lompoc City Council 's action this week on proposed cannabis regulations stirred up concerns regarding video surveillance and a limitation of four dispensaries, prompting a delay in approval. With multiple changes suggested to the 16-page ordinance, the council on Tuesday agreed to delay action until a future meeting so City Attorney Joe Pannone can revised the document.

Crews Search Vandenberg Village Trails For Missing 16-Year-Old Girl

A ground and air search occurred in Vandenberg Village overnight in an effort to find a 16-year-old missing Lompoc girl. Volunteers and the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department searched trails in the chaparral near Cabrillo High School late Tuesday night and early Wednesday in an effort to locate Krystal Jongsma.

Vigils Shine Light on Prevalence of Domestic Violence

The community is invited to attend Domestic Violence Solutions' Annual Candlelight Vigils in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month and support of intimate partner violence victims. Domestic Violence Solutions , Santa Barbara County's full-service provider of 24-hour emergency shelter and services for victims of domestic violence, recognizes October as domestic violence awareness month.

Ron Fink: Why Aren't Developers Building in Lompoc?

On Sept. 22, I posted a non-scientific poll on a local blog; there were a lot of responses and the results were interesting.

Dos Pueblos Ranked 5th in CIF-SS Division 10 Football Poll

After five straight wins, the Dos Pueblos has moved up to No. 5 in Division 10 of the CIF-Southern Section football polls.

Nominees Named for 2017 Lompoc Valley Peace Prize

A Lompoc man who works to help homeless residents and the city's librarian are the first two nominees for the 2017 Valley of the Flowers Peace Prize. Shawndel Malcolm, who founded Planting a Seed Foundation in 2013, was revealed as the first nominee for his role in starting the organization to "to empower and restore hope by providing support and opportunities to those underserved in our community."

Firefighters continue to battle Central Coast blaze

Rucker Road is covered in fire retardant as crews from multiple agencies fight a wildfire in the Mission Hills area of Lompoc, Calif. Rucker Road is covered in fire retardant as crews from multiple agencies fight a wildfire in the Mission Hills area of Lompoc, Calif.

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