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In 1891, construction began on Westminster Castle, which was supposed to be used as a university that was presumed to become the "Princeton of the West." The Westminster Castle, also known as "The Big Red Castle" or "The Pillar of Fire," is now a historic landmark important to the Westminster community. The town was renamed Westminster after the university when it was incorporated in 1911. The Land Act of 1862 encouraged settlers seeking gold to move west to Colorado instead of California, increasing Westminster's population.

Population: 100940
Local Newspapers: Westminster Window
Local Sports Teams: Colorado Avalanche (NHL) Colorado Rapids (MLS) Colorado Rockies (MLB) Denver Broncos (NFL) and Denver Nuggets (NBA)
Local Colleges: Front Range Community College

Zip Codes associated with westminster, colorado: 80003 80020 80021 80030 80031 80234 80260
Towns/Cities near westminster, colorado : Sherrelwood Twin Lakes Federal Heights Berkley North Washington Northglenn

Westminster News
Westminster man gets three years in prison for selling forged...

The Jefferson County District Attorney's Office says the penalty for Michael David Hopkins, 51, was handed down on Tuesday. Court records show he pleaded guilty in October to forgery of a government issued document because other charges were dismissed by prosecutors.

Metro North economic forecast: Expect 'Trump Bump,' then slowdown

Economic policies of the new Trump Administration will lead to higher-than-anticipated growth nationwide and in Colorado over the next two years, but that "Trump Bump" will dissipate, leading to slower growth in the following two years. That was the message from Phyllis Resnick, lead economist for the Colorado Futures Center at Colorado State University, speaking at the Metro North Economic Forecast Friday at the Marriott in Westminster.

California firm blasted for attempts to process claims in $375 million Rocky Flats settlement

Attorneys overseeing the $375 million settlement with homeowners who lived downwind of the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant sent a cease and desist letter Wednesday to a California firm demanding that it stop offering to settle claims on behalf of up to 15,000 affected households. Philadelphia-based law firm Berger & Montague, which represents residents whose properties lost value after it was disclosed that plutonium had been released from the plant over the 40 years it operated on a windswept prairie northwest of Denver, also asked U.S. District Judge John Kane to step in and halt the company's efforts.

Westminster girl, 2, who died had head trauma; man suspected in case had domestic violence history

A 2-year-old Westminster girl who died late last month after being found unresponsive in an apartment had significant head trauma. Police say Joseph Barela, 27, the man accused of killing Samantha Sanchez, has a history of accusations of domestic violence and assault.

Westminster man charged with murdering 2-yr-old

WESTMINSTER, Colo. - A week after the death of a 2-year-old police in Westminster arrested a man in connection with the case.

Prosecutors charge woman suspected of fatally hitting 16-year-old Legacy High School student

Prosecutors in Adams County have charged a 60-year-old woman with careless driving resulting in death for allegedly hitting a 16-year-old Legacy High School student with her car in December. The 17th Judicial District attorney's office said Faragoza struck the boy, Joren Edward Coates, on Dec. 3 while he was standing in the median with his bicycle at the intersection of 112th Avenue and Federal Boulevard in Westminster.

Promoters and organizers behind Coachella, Bonnaroo eyeing two Colorado cities for new festival

The Flaming Lips play the Gentlemen of the Road Salida Stopover in Salida, CO on 8/21/15. Photo by Michael McGrath, heyreverb.com Massive concert promoter AEG Live and festival organizer Superfly are in talks to collaborate on a massive music festival .

Could Too Many Public Meetings Kill a Proposed Massive Denver Music Festival?

Denver isn't the only Front Range city Anschutz Entertainment Group and Superfly are considering to host a massive three-day music festival. While the corporations have courted Denver harder than other cities, already bandying about contract terms with Mayor Michael Hancock's administration, "This is not a done deal," said AEG/Superfly consultant David Ehrlich at a public meeting at Schmitt Elementary School on Wednesday, February 1. The festival, which its backers hope will rise to the level of the AEG-produced Coachella and Superfly's Outside Lands, would take over the Overland Park Golf Course for five weeks in September.

LJ's Reviews of RUSA's Top Genre Fiction | ALA Midwinter 2017

At the American Library Association's Midwinter Meeting in Atlanta, the Reference & User Services Association's Reading List Council, made up of 11 expert readers' advisory and collection development librarians, celebrated its tenth anniversary by announcing the 2017 selections of the annual best-of Reading List, comprised of eight different fiction genres for adult readers. A short list of honor titles was also announced.

US small business borrowing rose slightly in December

Small U.S. firms borrowed slightly more in December than in the prior month, data released on Wednesday showed, but more were repaying existing loans late, suggesting that default rates may rise this year. Four thousand U.S. dollars are counted out by a banker counting currency at a bank in Westminster, Colorado November 3, 2009.

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