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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
Lompoc Library, In-N-Out Want Kids to Develop Taste for Reading

The Lompoc Public Library System invites children to participate in In-N-Out Burger's Cover to Cover Club reading program, running now until April 14. Children ages 4-12 are eligible to participate and can sign up at Lompoc Library, 501 E. North Ave., Village Library, 3755 Constellation Road, or public stops of the Charlotte's Web Mobile Children's Library. They will be given a reading log where they can list the titles of books they have read.

Lompoc Gettng Ready for 15th Annual Golf Tourney

The Lompoc Recreation Division invites the community to come out to its annual Golf Tournament, Sunday, April 29, at Mission Golf Course. The event will benefit youth sports and crime-prevention programs.

Probation Department Staff Honored

Opening remarks from Chief Tanja Heitman kicked off the Santa Barbara County Probation Department's 33rd Annual Staff Recognition Dinner March 9 at the Santa Ynez Valley Marriott. Support Staff of the Year: Nancy Valdez, Santa Maria administrative office professional; Vanessa Diffenderfer, Santa Barbara administrative office professional; and Roseanna Rojo, Lompoc administrative office orofessional.

Solvang Century Cyclists Undeterred by Hills, Rain During Popular Annual Ride

A few tandem riders were spotted pedaling in the annual Solvang Century bicycle ride Saturday. Three routes took riders from the Santa Ynez Valley into the Lompoc or Santa Maria valleys.

Attorney's Illness Delays Lompoc Murder Trial

The defense case in a Santa Barbara County Superior Court trial for a Lompoc man accused of fatally shooting a Santa Maria woman in his home will have to wait until Monday. "At this time, unfortunately, I have to let you know - and I do apologize for this - but due to the unforeseen illness of a critical participant in today's proceedings, they can not go forward," the judge told jurors.

Lompoc Library Kids' Area Getting New Carpeting

The children's area of the library, 501 E. North Ave., will be closed starting Friday, March 16, for the carpet installation, and is expected to reopen Monday, March 26. During the carpeting installation, children's programs will take place in the Grossman Gallery at the Lompoc Library. Book donations will not be accepted during the installation period.

Soup's On at Empty Bowls Fundraiser

The Foodbank of Santa Barbara County will host the 14th Annual Lompoc Empty Bowls fundraiser, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, at Dick DeWees Senior & Community Center, 1120 W. Ocean Ave., Lompoc. For a $25 donation, attendees select a unique ceramic bowl, enjoy a simple meal of gourmet soup and bread, and take the bowl home as a reminder of the meal's purpose: to provide food to hungry people in the Lompoc community.

Another Inmate Walk-Away Reported at Lompoc Federal Prison Camp

For the second time since Sunday, a Lompoc federal prison complex's minimum-security camp inmate has fled from the facility. Fabian Lombera, 28, was discovered missing at 4:45 p.m. Thursday, according to Katina Heckard, a Lompoc Federal Correctional Complex spokeswoman.

Trial Begins for Former Hancock College Athletes Charged With Murder

Attorney Michael Scott sits next to his client, Lavell White, in a Lompoc courtroom on Tuesday. White and another former basketball player from Allan Hancock College are charged with the fatal shooting of Terence Richardson, 23, in December 2014 in Santa Maria.

Ailing Great Blue Heron Recovering At Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network

An ailing great blue heron rescued from Lompoc and which had old pellet gunshot wounds appears to be recovering at the Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network. The ill bird was found last week near the Lompoc Wastewater Treatment Plant on West Central Avenue and admitted to the Goleta rehabilitation facility by an animal control officer.

Inmate Walks Away from Minimum-Security Lompoc Federal Prison Camp

Mauricio Martinez, 29, was discovered missing at about 12:45 a.m., according to Katina Heckard, a U.S. Bureau of Prisons spokeswoman. Martinez is serving a 15-year sentence for conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, Heckard said.

Lompoc Man Sentenced to 117 Years to Life in Prison for Child Molestation of Five Relatives

A Lompoc man was sentenced to 117 years to life in state prison Friday after being found guilty of molesting five female relatives. Jesus Buenrostro, 50, was sentenced by Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge John McGregor after two of the women made emotional victim impact statements during a morning hearing.

SpaceX successfully launched its rocket and just missed the catch

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, over Lompoc, Calif., from Vandenberg Air Force Base, in the company's first West Coast launch of the year. The launch, which had been delayed three times since Saturday, went off as scheduled at 6:17 a.m. Thursday from VAFB's Space Launch Complex-4.

Defendant's Illness Leads to Trial Delay for Fatal Shooting in Lompoc 3 Years Ago

Opening statements must wait at least one more day for the Santa Barbara County Superior Court trial of a Lompoc man accused of fatally shooting a Santa Maria woman in October 2014. Due to defendant Clay Martin Burt Murray's illness, Judge Gustavo Lavayen instructed the 12 jurors and four alternates to return to court on Friday.

Laurie Jervis: Lompoc's Chez Soiree Spotlights Local Artists, Benefits Nonprofits

In an effort to showcase artisans, among them bakers, chefs, winemakers and singer/songwriters, a trio of Lompoc residents - two winemakers and a singer - founded Chez Soire , bringing true meaning to the phrase "house party." The three are singer/songwriter Emily Wryn, her partner Keith Parker, winemaker and the wine manager for Scratch Kitchen , and their pal Tony Botello, assistant winemaker at Liquid Farm Wines.

Chumash Tribe's Gift Jump Starts Campaign to Renovate Lompoc's Huyck Stadium

Tribal Chairman Kenneth Kahn, from left, joins with Ashley Costa, executive director the Lompoc Valley Community Healthcare Organization, tribal member Maxine Littlejohn and Lompoc Unified School District Superintendent Trevor McDonald, for the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians donation of $450,000 to help fund renovations of the track and field at Huyck Stadium. A $450,000 donation from the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Foundation provided a big boost for a campaign to renovate Huyck Stadium, a 54-year-old track and field that serves as the heart of Lompoc.

Wanted: Volunteers to Serve on County Panels

Third Dist. County Supervisor Joan Hartmann has announced a number of openings are available on volunteer county boards and commissions.

Laurie Jervis: Buttonwood Winemaker Karen Steinwachs Blends Two Passions with Hop On

Karen Steinwachs, longtime winemaker and general manager at Buttonwood Farm Winery & Vineyard in Solvang, would be the first to tell you she's a big fan of craft beer. Beer is even in her blood: Steinwachs is a direct descendant of the Pabst family brewing company via her great-great-grandfather.

Donation Of Tourniquets Credited With Helping Stabbing Victim in Lompoc

A donated tourniquet helped Lompoc officers save the life of a 23-year-old stabbing victim Sunday afternoon, Lompoc police said. Officers were dispatched to the 1100 block of West Maple Avenue at 3:07 p.m. for a report of a fight involving 20 people in the street and one stabbing victim.

Get Ready to Scramble at Lompoc Easter Egg Hunt

The Lompoc Recreation Division in collaboration with the Lompoc Kiwanis Club invites the community to Lompoc's Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday, March 31, in the American Legion Area at River Park, Hwy. 246 and Sweeney Road.

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