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PG&E plans hiring fair for temporary jobs at Diablo Canyon External link to PG&E plans hiring fair for temporary jobs at Diablo Canyon

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is inviting job seekers to an information fair Thursday, Oct. 26, to find out details regarding temporary job opportunities to support upcoming maintenance outage work at Diablo Canyon Power Plant. ...more

2017/10/19 15:48

Truck crashes into pole, knocks out power in parts of Lompoc External link to Truck crashes into pole, knocks out power in parts of Lompoc

Electricity has been restored to nearly all residents following a power outage Thursday morning that affected residential and commercial customers in parts of Lompoc, according to a city spokeswoman. ...more

2017/10/19 15:00

Wednesday's Lottery numbers External link to Wednesday's Lottery numbers

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2017/10/18 23:38

Sean Hawkins: Make your pet a star, enter now! External link to Sean Hawkins: Make your pet a star, enter now!

Is your pooch your faithful companion? Is your kitty the cat's meow? Whether your dog is a champion couch potato or you simply think your feline is the cat's pajamas, Santa Maria Valley Humane Society wants to hear their stories… ...more

2017/10/18 12:33

Lompoc Council opens doors to marijuana industry, moves ahead with district-based elections External link to Lompoc Council opens doors to marijuana industry, moves ahead with district-based elections

After 10 months of discussions and deliberations, the Lompoc City Council on Tuesday night voted to move forward with an ordinance that will allow the cannabis industry to open up shop within the city’s borders. ...more

2017/10/18 0:45

County officials outline potential impact of cannabis cultivation during special meeting in Santa Maria External link to County officials outline potential impact of cannabis cultivation during special meeting in Santa Maria

Santa Barbara County publicly introduced its draft environmental impact report on proposed land use and licensing rules to regulate the production of cannabis in unincorporated areas during a special meeting Tuesday in Santa Maria. ...more

2017/10/18 0:06

Tuesday's Lottery numbers External link to Tuesday's Lottery numbers

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2017/10/17 23:11

Supervisors decide against terminating medical marijuana exemption External link to Supervisors decide against terminating medical marijuana exemption

Back in July, the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors directed staff to develop a process for determining the legal nonconforming status of existing medical marijuana growers and for terminating the exemption that allows such legal nonconforming operations to continue,… ...more

2017/10/17 21:15

Supervisors delay considering agreement with Chumash External link to Supervisors delay considering agreement with Chumash

Consideration of a proposed agreement with the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians over the fee-to-trust issue for the Camp 4 property was postponed Tuesday by the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors. ...more

2017/10/17 21:08

TSA Precheck bus parked at Santa Maria Public Airport through Friday External link to TSA Precheck bus parked at Santa Maria Public Airport through Friday

Air travelers wanting to spend less time in security lines can stop by a special mobile office stationed at the Santa Maria Public Airport. ...more

2017/10/17 17:38

Cabrillo High School to present production of 'The Lost Boy' External link to Cabrillo High School to present production of 'The Lost Boy'

The Cabrillo High School performing arts department will present Ronald Gabriel Paolillo’s “The Lost Boy,” the tale of James Barrie’s life and how he wrote the never-ending tale “Peter Pan,” with a run of shows that begins this week. ...more

2017/10/17 17:00

House of horrors: Haunted Asylum attraction returns to old school building near Vandenberg Air Force Base External link to House of horrors: Haunted Asylum attraction returns to old school building near Vandenberg Air Force Base

One of the Central Coast’s top Halloween attractions over the past few years is back to serving up scares. ...more

2017/10/17 15:00

‘Only the Brave’ screening in Buellton to benefit fallen firefighter’s family External link to ‘Only the Brave’ screening in Buellton to benefit fallen firefighter’s family

A film about a hotshot crew that died fighting a fire in Arizona will be screened Thursday, Oct. 19, in Buellton to benefit both the family of a U.S. Forest Service battalion chief who died in a car crash in… ...more

2017/10/17 14:00

Fifteen people arrested for prostitution-related crimes during 2-day sting External link to Fifteen people arrested for prostitution-related crimes during 2-day sting

Fifteen people were arrested for prostitution-related crimes following a two-day undercover operation conducted at a Lompoc hotel on Sept. 29 and Oct. 13, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office. ...more

2017/10/17 13:46

Thousand Oaks couple killed in Sunday morning crash on Hwy 101 External link to Thousand Oaks couple killed in Sunday morning crash on Hwy 101

A Thousand Oaks couple died Sunday morning when their three-wheeled motorcycle crashed on Highway 101 just south of the Highway 154 interchange, according to the California Highway Patrol. ...more

2017/10/17 1:37

‘Guardian angels’ thanked for saving campers, counselors in Whittier fire External link to ‘Guardian angels’ thanked for saving campers, counselors in Whittier fire

“Guardian angels” who came to the rescue of 88 youths and 36 counselors at Circle V Ranch Camp in July as the Whittier fire raged around them were thanked and honored for their courageous efforts at a luncheon Saturday in… ...more

2017/10/16 22:30

Old landmark gets new mural in Guadalupe External link to Old landmark gets new mural in Guadalupe

A desire to raise awareness about arts and culture while priming the community for an effort to give a local landmark new life led a partnership to create a mural in downtown Guadalupe on Saturday. ...more

2017/10/16 20:49

New law could provide Hancock students with second year of free classes External link to New law could provide Hancock students with second year of free classes

Although Hancock College has already committed to providing a free first year through its Hancock Promise program, a new bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday could provide future students with a second year of free college… ...more

2017/10/16 20:15

HEAL Summit to focus on eating healthy, living actively External link to HEAL Summit to focus on eating healthy, living actively

Registration is now being accepted for the 2017 Healthy Eating Active Living Summit to be held Thursday, Nov. 7, at the Santa Ynez Valley Marriott at 555 McMurray Road in Buellton. ...more

2017/10/16 19:33

Saturday's Lottery numbers External link to Saturday's Lottery numbers

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2017/10/14 23:31

Science behind ocean waves External link to Science behind ocean waves

The two numerical models most trusted by weather forecasters — the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts and NOAA’s Global Forecast System — are advertising as of Saturday morning that an intense, 966-millibar storm with 70 mph winds will develop… ...more

2017/10/14 21:30

'Colorthon' fun run takes over La Purisima Mission External link to 'Colorthon' fun run takes over La Purisima Mission

More than 200 runners, joggers and walkers got some color Saturday during a jaunt through La Purisima Mission and State Historic Park. ...more

2017/10/14 18:00

Your Weekly Weather Report External link to Your Weekly Weather Report

An area of high pressure over the Great Basin combined with a trough of low pressure along the California coastline will continue to produce Santa Lucia (northeasterly/offshore) winds during the night and morning hours through Sunday. This pattern will produce… ...more

2017/10/14 17:52

Friday's Lottery numbers External link to Friday's Lottery numbers

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2017/10/13 23:53

Teens kick off Halloween celebrations with party at Lompoc Library External link to Teens kick off Halloween celebrations with party at Lompoc Library

Teens from throughout the Lompoc Valley converged on the Lompoc Public Library on Friday evening for some early Halloween fun. ...more

2017/10/13 20:45

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