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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
CDOT, Colorado State Patrol note decrease in crashes on U.S. 36 following increased patrols

There has been increased enforcement on U.S. 36 by the Colorado Department of Transportation and Colorado State Patrol. The Colorado Department of Transportation is crediting a reduction in traffic crashes and traffic violations on the U.S. 36 corridor on an increased police presence on the roadway that connects Denver to Boulder.

Costly human flaggers along RTD's A-Line don't make crossing...

A crossing guard stops traffic as an RTD train travels along the A-Line in Aurora on March 17. RTD has struggled to implement its automated crossing system on the A-Line, and similar issues are partly to blame for holding up the opening of the G-Line. The University of Colorado A-Line train crosses Holly Street along Smith Road on its way the airport, May 10, 2016.

Brighton police pay $50,000 to man mistakenly arrested for murder when suspect was already in custody

Joshua Sands was enjoying his daily slice of pizza at a Brighton Target store when he was tackled by police officers and tased twice. The officers came to the store after an employee called police mistakenly thinking Sands, 25, was the suspect wanted for a murder in Wyoming.

White Fence Farm Pulls Out of Takeout Chicken Business

In 2014, White Fence Farm seemed like a relic of the past, a quaint bit of nostalgia lurking in the suburbs where longtime Denverites toted their kids to give them a taste of their own childhoods. That is, until late that year, when Craig Caldwell and Tom Piercy bought the forty-year-old fried chicken farm from its original owner, Charlie Wilson.

Bacon Social House Slates Littleton and Westminster for Upcoming Openings

Bacon has yet to experience its biggest moment in metro Denver. Bacon Social House , which opened at 2434 West 44th Avenue in the Sunnyside neighborhood in 2015, will expand this year, with a new location in Littleton, according to owner David Dill.

City may regulate short-term rentals

Broomfield officials are taking a hard look at Airbnb and other short-term rentals - a business practice that has increased dramatically over the past several years across the country. City council members discussed issues brought forward by residents who reported noise and parking complaints in neighborhoods where a home is being advertised as sleeping 15 or more people.

$5 days at the Butterfly Pavilion and other deals around Denver, Feb. 9-15

Lazarus White of Boulder watches a butterfly feed on a piece of fruit at the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster. Take flight with small wonders at the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster for $5 on Feb. 10 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Families can journey through its creepy, crawly Crawl-A-See-Em, touch a sea cucumber and be amazed by the tropical conservatory alive with 1,600 fluttering butterflies.

Illinois-based Bentley's Pet Stuff acquires Muttz in Firestone, Broomfield

Pet store chain Bentley's Pet Stuff, based in Long Grove, Ill., has acquired Colorado's Muttz Pet Goods & Gifts.

Greenskies Renewable Energy LLCClean Focus Completes 11.92 MW Community Solar Projects In Colorado

Clean Focus Renewables, Inc. completed six community solar gardens in Colorado. The projects will distribute clean, renewable energy to a wide range of Colorado subscribers.

Catholic Church Shutters Beloved Hispanic Parish in North Denver

On March 29, 2017, dozens of parishioners hastily gathered at Our Lady of Visitation . They weren't at the little Catholic church in unincorporated Adams County to worship, commune or celebrate as they - and some of their parents, and even their grandparents - had for decades.

Partner of Peruvian woman living in sanctuary at Boulder church posts bond in immigration court

Anibal Jurado 2 the son of Eliseo Jurado Fernandez, is tightly hugged by his grandfather Jesus Jurado, Jan. 14, 2018, while speaking during a vigil at the GEO detention center in Aurora where his son is detained. Jurado was picked up by six ICE agents at a Westminster Safeway on Thursday the 11th.

Rebrand reflects company's farm-to-jar transparency

New company name and packaging graphics solidify Farmhand Organics' commitment to transparency of ingredients and farmer partners for its pickled and fermented products. Since Farmhand Organics of Westminster, CO, began selling jars of its home-batch goods at farmers' markets in 2009, its focus has been on transparency-specifically its products' simple, organic ingredients and the farms from which those ingredients come.

This Week in History for the week of Feb. 4-10, 2018

Heavy equipment demolished the marina at Carter Lake that had been built and operating since the 1960s.

Nepal Idol contestants perform in Westminster concert

Members of the The Nepal Idol U.S. Tour dined at Sherpa's restaurant in Boulder on Thursday. Performers Buddha Lama, Nishan Bhattarai, and Pratap Das plan to perform at 7 p.m. at Imperium Event Center, 3051 W. 74th Ave., in Westminster.

VIDEO: Thornton man sues after brutal attack by drug cops, lawsuit says

A Thornton tattoo artist was smoking a cigar behind his shop when a North Metro Drug Task Force sergeant "neck punched" him without provocation during an arrest and then he and another officer choked and pummeled him, a lawsuit says. Denver civil rights attorneys Adam Frank and Faisal Salahuddin filed the excessive force lawsuit on behalf of 50-year-old David Martinez Thursday in U.S. District Court in Denver.

'Small' art show visiting Sterling

Modern art lovers are in for a treat, as "Magnificent Small Works" rolls in to Sterling in the Historic Depot. The Sterling Arts Council is sponsoring this one-month show, the 2017-18 Colorado Art Education Association Members' Traveling Art Exhibition, for the month of February.

Lowe's to pay US staff US$1,000 bonus following tax reform

Lowe's Cos Inc on Thursday said it would pay a one-time bonus of US$1,000 for over 260,000 hourly U.S employees, as the home improvement chain takes advantage of changes in the U.S. tax code. A view of the sign outside the Lowes store in Westminster, Colorado February 26, 2014.

Man dies after Westminster shooting

Officers responding to several reports of a shooting found the victim in a parking lot near the 8200 block of Federal Boulevard around 9:50 p.m., according to a Westminster Police Department news release.

Karen Morgan: House of tears -- Aurora's immigrant detention center

Ingrid LaTorre is shown last December when she was in sanctuary at the Fort Collins Unitarian Universalist Church. With her are her two sons, Anibal Jurado, 2, and Bryant, 9. You might think that this is a place where water is made into the ice cubes you can purchase by the bagful for your party.

Boulder man's exercise program helps himself, others deal with Parkinson's

Gary Sobol teaches a class at the Rocky Mountain MS Center in Westminster on Wednesday.

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