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Broomfield is a major suburb of both Denver and Boulder. In 1885 Adolph Zang bought land for a railroad depot, which was thus named Zang's Spur. It was a spur off the main railroad line where locally grown grains were loaded into the railroad cars for delivery to the Zang Brewing Company. It began as an agrarian community and was later populated by gold seeking families during the Gold Rush. It was later named Broomfield after the broomcorn which is grown in the area.
Local Newspapers: Broomfield Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos and Denver Nuggets
Zip Codes associated with broomfield, colorado:
80020 80021 80241
Towns/Cities near broomfield, colorado : Northglenn Madison Hill Westminster Louisville Lafayette
Colorado driller Extraction Oil supersizes its bond offering to $750 million
Extraction Oil & Gas sold $750 million in senior unsecured notes, more than the $600 million it had initially expected to sell, the Denver-based petroleum company said on Thursday. The notes, which will pay interest at 5.62 percent and are due in 2026, will replace $550 million in outstanding senior notes carrying an interest rate of 7.87 percent that were coming due in 2021.Winter Tree Watering Necessary During Drought Conditions
BROOMFIELD, Colo. - " January 16, 2018 - " Despite a relatively small amount of precipitation falling recently, the most recent U.S. Drought Monitor map indicates that nearly all of Colorado is currently experiencing some level of drought.Broomfield Women's March provides option for those who can't get to Denver
Last year's Women's March began almost spontaneously in Broomfield and drew approximately 250 people. Last year the event, which ended up drawing about 250 people, started out as a book-club gathering at the amphitheater near the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library.Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum expansion on track
Crowded bookshelves at the Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum will move downstairs, be expanded and become a research library, thus freeing up space for exhibits upstairs. Museum hours are 9 a.m to 3 p.m. Saturdays and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursdays.Citizens speak out against Extraction plan in wake of Windsor fire
A fire at a well site near Windsor owned and operated by Extraction Oil & Gas, Inc. motivated local residents worried about the company drilling in Broomfield to speak out at last week's council meeting. Although no vote was taken - and none will be since Broomfield can make the decision administratively - residents nonetheless turned out to ask Broomfield to reject a development plan filed Dec. 15 by Extraction.Re: Anyone Remember Norton Commander ?
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A Nissan Leaf is plugged in at a charging station on Wednesday at Valley Nissan in Longmont A bill introduced by Sen. Vicki Marble, a Fort Collins Republican whose district extends through southwest Weld County into Broomfield, iwould repeal a state income-tax credit now available for people who buy or lease such "innovative motor vehicles" as ... (more)$2.25M pledge to support local, low-income CU Boulder business undergraduates
"Scholarship support is essential for recruitment and retention at the Leeds School of Business," said business school Dean Sharon Matusik. A $2.25 million pledge from Boulder donors Chuck Bellock and Madeleine Morrison will support local, low-income students at the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business.Suburbs north of Denver have a oecome of agea with explosive growth along I-25 corridor
Crews work on new development along I-25 at the future Amazon fulfillment center, set to open in 2018, on Oct. 5, 2017 in Thornton. City leaders in Thornton last week signed off on a $3.75 million incentive package for Topgolf to build one of its sprawling dining and golf entertainment venues in the city.Wanted suspect rammed Westminster police car, nearly struck officer and crashed
Police and deputies from multiple jurisdictions have set up a perimeter and are searching for a fugitive after he crashed through a fence, forcing a police officer to jump out of the way to avoid being run over, authorities say. As the chase continued the suspect rammed a police car before ultimately crashing the car and fleeing on foot in the area of the 13200 block of Lowell Boulevard.'Fire and Fury' book remains elusive for Longmont, Boulder readers
Employee Dustin Holland checks in new books at Barbed Wire Books in Longmont on Jan. 11, 2018.Broomfield police assist in chase of "armed and dangerous" suspect
Eric Winden, 34, is the subject of a door-to-door search in the area of 132nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard in Broomfield. Residents are warned to only answer their doors for uniformed officers.Wesminster police officer pleads not guilty in alleged sexual assault of Broomfield woman
Curtis Arganbright is pictured during a November hearing. He pleaded not guilty Thursday to felony counts of assault.'Person of interest' in Natalie Bollinger death charged with assaulting officer in Boulder
Schwartz, 37, was formally charged Wednesday with second-degree assault on a peace officer, obstructing a peace officer and resisting arrest. Schwartz, who is out of custody on a personal recognizance bond, did not address the charges after his hearing.Longmont receives FEMA grant for sediment removal in Left Hand Creek
Sediment from an irrigation pond at Haystack Mountain Golf Course in Longmont in moved in March 2014. With Left Hand Creek running through its property, Haystack suffered damage from the September 2013 flood.Noodles & Co (NDLS) Upgraded to "Hold" by Zacks Investment Research
According to Zacks, "Noodles & Company is a fast casual restaurant which offers lunch and dinner. It serves noodles, pastas, salads, soups, sandwiches, cheese, meatballs and beverages.Colorado Rep. Lebsock releases innocence manifesto, is relieved of his committee chair
This photo taken April 22, 2014, shows Rep. Steve Lebsock with his tablet while in the House chambers at the Colorado State Capitol. Coloradoa s House speaker on Friday, Nov.10, 2017, called for a Democratic lawmaker to resign and removed him from a committee post following a colleaguea s accusations that he sexually harassed her in 2016.Superior may break ground on new $11M rec center this year, officials say
Superior may break ground on a large-scale recreation center of its own as early as this year, town officials said on Tuesday. It marks the first tangible plan for the town's rec center discussion since talks to take over Broomfield's Lakeshore Athletic Club fell through last summer - and nearly 16 years after Superior originally embarked on the effort to house such a facility within its 4-square-mile borders.Person of interest in Broomfield homicide arrested on unrelated charges
A man described by Broomfield Police in a Boulder arrest report as a "person of interest" in the death of Natalie Bollinger was arrested Friday on charges unrelated to her death . Bollinger's body was found Dec. 29 in Adams County.Injured great horned owl captured in Arvada, taken to Broomfield for rehab
The owl was taken to the Birds of Prey Foundation in Broomfield, where it was examined and diagnosed with a fractured radius. The owl was taken to the Birds of Prey Foundation in Broomfield, where it was examined and diagnosed with a fractured radius.
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