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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
Wake Forest's Jennifer Kupcho gets redemption from near miss in 2017...

Jennifer Kupcho of Wake Forest poses with her trophy and head coach Diane Dailey and assistant coach Ryan Potter after winning the individual title at the 2018 NCAA Women's Championship. How could Wake Forest junior Jennifer Kupcho not help but think something to that effect Monday afternoon at Karsten Creek Golf Club, the front nine of the final stroke-play round of the NCAA Women's Championship going so disappointingly wrong? Having watched the individual title slip away from her in 2017 at Rich Harvest Farms, the 21-year-old from Westminster, Colo., settling for second to Arizona State's Monica Vaughn after being up two shots with two holes to play, it looked as if a similar stumble might be in store in 2018.

Westminster resident suffers severe burns in house fire

A Westminster resident was taken to a hospital with potentially life threatening injuries Monday morning after they were discovered in a bedroom that was on fire, authorities say. The name and gender of the victim who lives in the 11200 block of Xavier Drive has not been released.

Colorado lawmakers defer new misconduct policy to 2019

In this Friday, March 2, 2018, file photograph, a sign sits on the filing cabinet next to Colorado State Rep. Jonathan Singer, D-Longmont, duri... FILE - In this Friday, March 2, 2018, file photo, Colorado State Rep. Faith Winter, D-Westminster, is hugged after she delivered her remarks during a ... FILE - In this Monday, April 2, 2018, file photo, legislative aides stand in unison during the reading of a Democratic resolution calling for the expu... DENVER - Colorado lawmakers passed 432 bills during their just-concluded 2018 session.

Liberal graduation speakers outnumber conservatives 12 to 1, study finds

WESTMINSTER, COLORADO Students at Colorado Christian University spotted an endangered species in the world of higher education: a conservative graduation speaker. Bestselling author Eric Metaxas delivered Saturday's commencement address here at the 1stBank Center, making him one of the few political conservatives invited this year to speak to college graduates.

Jessica Peterson

Personable, engaging, versatile, professional, credible and authoritative, charismatic, an appealing neighbor-next-door feel, down-to-earth. "A strong, resonant sound with a friendly flair, and extremely clear diction."

Colorado burrito boasts 5 pounds of potatoes, carton of eggs and so much more

Gazette reporter Seth Boster tries to make a dent in the six-pound breakfast burrito at Jack-n-Grill in Westminster, Colo., Sunday, May 6, 2018. She proceeds to mix in a half-pound of ham, containers of onions and green peppers, and with her two spatulas, she piles high the ungodly mound on a plate that looks the size of my sternum.

Golfer Jillian Hollis, from Rocky River, qualifies for U.S. Women's Open 2018

Rocky River native Jillian Hollis, a standout golfer at the University of Georgia, has qualified for U.S. Women's Open 2018. Hollis finished second in a 36-hole qualifier Monday, May 14, at The Ranch Country Club in Westminster, Colo.

Teen police academy on tap again

At the 2016 teen police academy Kaley Ratcliff, left, Kensey Whitaker, Alex Trujillo, and Avrie Misztal, practice taking each others fingerprints. Six spots remain open for the Broomfield Police Department's Teen Academy - a week-long free course that gives teens an inside look at how the department operates.

Thousands of Cyclists Ride for People Affected by Multiple Sclerosis

Bailey O'Neal, PR Manager, National MS Society The Bike MS Logo DENVER, CO - An estimated 2,500 cyclists are setting out to raise $3.6M toward a world free of MS by riding as much as 178 miles over 2 days with 6 different route options that include as little as 45 miles in 1 day.

Broomfield, Westminster libraries join for Bright Ideas

"It's a platform and venue to highlight organizations or individuals in our local community who are doing innovative and interesting things," Katherine Lynip, Deputy Director of Library and Cultural Affairs for Broomfield, said. In March, several students from Adams 12 Five Star School District campuses presented real-world issues they have researched and projects they're tackling to address them.

Octopus at the Butterfly Pavilion gets a name

WESTMINSTER, Colo. Internet, it is with great sadness that I announce to you that the newest invertebrate member of Westminster's Butterfly Pavilion has not been named "Inky McInkFace."

Trial for Westminster cop accused in Broomfield sex assault moved to October

A jury trial for Curtis Arganbright, a former Westminster police officer accused of sexually assaulting a woman in Broomfield while on duty, has been rescheduled. At a Friday motions hearing at the Broomfield Combined Courts, the judge decided to start the trial, which could take up to seven days, at 9 a.m. to October 15. Judge Michael Goodbee heard attorney matters on pre-trial issues and continued the motions hearing until Aug. 22. At that time, attorneys will be able to call witnesses.

Final Votes Being Cast For Name Of Octopus At The Butterfly Pavilion

Final Votes Being Cast For Name Of Octopus At The Butterfly Pavilion Staff at The Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster on Friday will be revealing the name of their octopus. Mayor Hancock Accuser Under Scrutiny Over Faulty Warrant Denver Police Detective Leslie Branch-Wise, who sparked controversy when she accused Mayor Michael Hancock of sexual harassment, is facing likely disciplinary action over an apparently faulty search warrant she authored .

Crescent Grange receives historic designation

Broomfield's Crescent Grange, which was designated as a Local Historic Landmark this week, celebrated Earth Day last week with an open house and showcase of what it has to offer as a community gathering spot. In Broomfield's Historic Landmark Board voted unanimously to recommend approval to city council of the local historic landmark designation application for the Crescent Grange without conditions.

Annual postal service food drive will benefit FISH

Volunteers for FISH unload donated food from a U.S. Postal Service truck during a 2014 Stamp Out Hunger food drive. Broomfield letter carriers will make a different kind of delivery next week - carrying hundreds of bags of food from homes to their post offices.

Colorado court kills Thornton buffer and pipeline rules that are...

An emergency shut off valve for a natural gas pipeline operated by Black Hills Energy is seen inside a fenced area in Firestone, Colorado on Aug. 22, 2017. A state judge has rejected Thornton's rules requiring 750-foot buffers and pipeline safety to protect residents from intensifying oil and gas activity inside its boundaries - declaring these rules illegal because they conflict with more permissive state law .

Boulder County Business Hall of Fame inductees thank their employees

Inductees into the Boulder County Business Hall of Fame marked their speeches with gratitude for their employees during Wednesday's ceremony at the Plaza Convention Center in Longmont. It is the 25th class for the organization, which put together the first Hall of Fame in 1993.

Restaurant Review: Mizu Izakaya's menu is vast, but diners will...

APRIL 20: The Sashimi plate off the special menu at Mizu Izakaya on April 20 , 2018 in Denver, Colorado. The plate includes Kinmedai , Bluefin Otoro , Hamaghi and Kumfmoto oysters.

Hundreds of Food Industry Professionals to Break All-time TGCon Attendance Records

WESTMINSTER, CO, UNITED STATES, April 23, 2018 / / -- TraceGains, the leading compliance software solution, revolutionizing information exchange across the supply chain for Food, Beverage, and CPG companies, is hosting its fifth annual user conference, TGCon, May 2-3 in Chicago. With hundreds of attendees representing more than 125 companies, traveling from as far as Turkey and Spain, TGCon 2018 is shattering attendance records.

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