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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
Da Vinci BodyBoard opens 1st U.S. Studio in Fort Collins

FORT COLLINS, Colo. - " Dec 9, 2017. Da Vinci BodyBoard, a 30-minute, high- intensity resistance training program, announces the grand opening of FoCo Da Vinci Body Studio in Fort.

PD: Missing teen at risk for sexual exploitation

WESTMINSTER, Colo. Police in Westminster are asking for your help to find a 14-year-old girl who went missing on Halloween and who is at risk for possible sexual exploitation.

$1 Long Island Ice Teas and other free and cheap things to do around Denver, Dec. 8-14

It's the perfect time for an inexpensive date night. Here's one suggestion. Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar is serving Long Island Ice Teas for just $1 each.

Westminster peeping Tom slips phone under dressing room door

Westminster police have released photographs of a suspected peeping Tom after he slipped a phone under a changing room door apparently to photograph a woman while she was dressing. "We know these are not the best pictures, but this guy needs to be caught!" the police department said in a tweet released Wednesday.

Man, woman found dead in Westminster identified

WESTMINSTER, Colo. The man and woman who were found dead after an apparent murder-suicide in Westminster early Saturday morning were identified Wednesday afternoon by the Adams County Coroner.

Affordable housing isn't just an urban issue - suburban planners are facing it, too

The redevelopment of the former Westminster Mall has been billed as an opportunity to redefine suburban America . A piece of that renewal attacks a growing problem across the Denver metro area: the scarcity of affordable housing.

Westminster police investigate apparent murder-suicide

Westminster police are investigating what appears to be a murder-suicide that occurred sometime after 3:45 a.m. Saturday, when police say they first received a 911 call from a home near 85th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard. When police arrived, they found the bodies of an adult woman and an adult man, both in their 30s, each of them shot.

Crider sentenced to 39 years

The man who robbed five Colorado banks, including three in South Jeffco, was sentenced Monday to 39 years in prison. Gary Mark Crider, 50, was arrested in early January in connection with robberies at two banks on West Bowles Avenue, as well as at banks in Louisville and Westminster between Dec. 9 and Jan. 6. He was charged with 12 felony counts of aggravated robbery, robbery and theft.

Arraignment postponed for Westminster officer charged in sex assault

Curtis Arganbright, a Westminster police officer accused of sexually assaulting a woman while on duty, appeared for an arraignment Thursday morning in the Broomfield Combined Courts. Defense attorney Doug Jewell and Amy Beard, with the 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office, agreed to postpone the arraignment for 8:30 a.m. Jan. 11. Beard said her office had spoken to the victim about the possibility, and likelihood, of a continuance.

COLUMN-To the year-end checklist, add mandatory retirement withdrawals

Four thousand U.S. dollars are counted out by a banker counting currency at a bank in Westminster, Colorado November 3, 2009. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/File Photo Contributions to traditional IRAs and 401 accounts are not taxed upfront, but the U.S. government gets its due down the road.

In wake of sexual harassment allegations, Rep. Steve Lebsock resists...

Lebsock resisted calls to step down, and suggested that the pressure on him to resign was rooted partly in electoral politics. State Rep. Steve Lebsock, a Democratic candidate for Colorado treasurer, said this week that he won't resign as he faces a stream of sexual harassment complaints.

Will New Regulations Make Bouncers and Patrons in Denver Safer?

It's 10 p.m. on a Friday night at Mile High Spirits , a popular craft distillery and music venue downtown. Thomas Block, who resembles a taller, burlier, better-looking version of the actor Jonah Hill, stands by the entrance, chatting with a handful of twenty-somethings as he checks their IDs.

Daphne Bramham: Learning from the past is as important as governments saying sorry

Over the years governments have made a number of apologies for past wrongs inflicted on minority communities. Tuesday's apology by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the LGBTQ community is only the latest.

10 places to get in the holiday spirit with light displays in Colorado

Erika Stephenson hoists her son Noah Stephenson, 2, on to her shoulders so he can get a better view but he looks more interested in his light-up tree during the Denver Parade of Lights. Gawking at massive lighting displays is a holiday tradition in and of itself, the perfect way to start a night of family bonding, partying and everything in between.

Colorado fines Uber $8.9 million for allowing unfit drivers

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission fined ride-sharing giant Uber $8.9 million Monday for allegedly allowing drivers with criminal or driving offenses, or without valid licenses, to drive for the company in violation of state law. Commission investigators cited Uber's parent company, Rasier LLC, for violations involving 57 drivers over the past 1A1 2 years who should not have been allowed to drive for Uber, says a commission news release.

Louisville's Door-to-Door Organics delivers its last order

Louisville's Door to Door Organics abruptly shut down Friday, saying that there was no way forward in a message to its customers posted on its web site. Louisville's Door to Door Organics abruptly shut down Friday, saying that there was no way forward in a message to its customers posted on its web site.

Sexual harassment scandal hits Colorado legislature

A sexual harassment scandal rocked Colorado last week when allegations arose from nine legislators, staffers and lobbyists against state Rep. Steve Lebsock, a Thornton Democrat running for state treasurer. Legislative leadership responded to the Nov. 10 report by KUNC of Denver by calling for improved training for state lawmakers in workplace behavior, changes to the reporting process and a study to advance training and reporting procedures.

Colorado legislator lodges sexual harassment complaint against fellow Democrat

State Rep. Faith Winter of Westminster filed an official complaint Monday against a fellow Democrat, Rep. Steve Lebsock of Thornton, accusing him of making lewd remarks to her in a bar at the end of the legislative session in 2016. KUNC's Bente Birkland broke a deeply reported story Friday that alleged Lebsock sexually harassed Winter, who is married.

Grad is CU Boulder's first Saudi Arabian woman to earn master's in educational equity

When first-year teacher and University of Colorado graduate Rawa Alsamah noticed her Denver students were struggling with multiplication, she and her two children showed up at STRIVE Prep Kepner on a Saturday and painted a staircase with a rainbow of multiplication tables.

Formal complaint to be filed against Colorado lawmaker Steve Lebsock by colleague Faith Winter

Rep. Faith Winter, D-Westminster, said she plans to outline the allegations against Lebsock in a letter to House Speaker Crisanta Duran by the end of the day. The complaint will launch a confidential investigation by the speaker's office and legislative attorneys that may end in disciplinary action.

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