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Attendees will have access to information about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine and have their questions and concerns addressed by Lompoc Valley physicians, an event spokeswoman said.
The Lompoc Family YMCA is encouraging community members to get outside and get moving with Friday Night Lights, a monthlong exercise series ho…
Like countless athletes of the past, community leaders on Monday morning took to Lompoc High School's track and field in a six-person, 400-meter relay race to this time commemorate a yearslong project realized.
The new facilities — completed last June, but due to COVID-19 restrictions could not be open for public use — include a 9 lane rubberized track, a turf field and an community exercise zone that.
Upon witnessing the televised murder of Floyd in late May by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who kneeled on Floyd's neck for 8 minutes and 46 seconds, Dunaetz and Costa recalled feeling shocked and concerned about the issues of fair policing and social justice.
Workers this month finished installing the venue’s new artificial field turf, all-weather track surface and outdoor fitness zone. The upgrades were part of the $3.8 million Lompoc Community Track & Sports Field project, which was a joint effort between Lompoc Unified School District and the independent Campaign for the Lompoc Community Track and Field.
Although the staff and volunteers of the North County Rape Crisis and Child Protection Center will continue their work — even if much of it has been altered — they find themselves in a similar position as many local nonprofits amid this coronavirus crisis: Doing what they can to make it through an unprecedented global event while facing a largely uncertain future.
After more than two years of planning and fundraising, the community partners behind the planned renovation of Lompoc’s Huyck Stadium are set to finally break ground on the multimillion-dollar project.
The Lompoc Valley Community Healthcare Organization (LVCHO) marked its 20-year anniversary this month with a celebration that included the presentation of its new three-year strategic plan and the unveiling of a new anniversary logo.
At its Tuesday night meeting, the Lompoc Unified School District board of education voted 5-0 to approve an agreement with Byrom-Davey, Inc., to serve as the lead contractor for the first phase of what is set to be the most significant upgrade in the history of 56-year-old Huyck Stadium.