Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Westminster news

  • Jessica Ridgeway Case: Austin Reed Sigg, 17-Year-Old, Arrested In Killing Of ...

    This image provided by the Westminster Colorado Police Department shows 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway. Police in Westminster are looking for a 10-year-old girl who was last seen walking to school. Jessica Ridgeway normally meets a friend at a park on ...

  • Police: Local 17-year-old boy arrested in Colorado girl's abduction and murder ...

    Police in the Denver suburb of Westminster said they arrested 17-year-old Austin Reed Sigg on Tuesday night after receiving a phone call that led them to his home.

  • Westminster Community Herds to New Dickey's

    ... or redistributed. WESTMINSTER, Colo., Oct. 23, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Clear your schedule for Friday, October 26.

  • School performance, staff strong despite dysfunctional board

    At this point, I can't help but look back to about 12 years ago (May 2000) when the New Westminster school district was reported to be in a deficit situation, "the first one ever"; my son's special education assistant was issued a layoff notice and it ...

  • Men's basketball: Westminster ranked 13th in NAIA Poll

    Westminster, which returns 10 players from last season's 21-11 team, opens this year with a No. 13 ranking in the NAIA Division I Men's Basketball Coaches' Preseason Top 25 Poll.

  • Rob Wilson's Westminster Diary: October 25, 2012

    My work exposing what Jimmy Savile got up to while involved with major public institutions continued at Westminster this week.

  • Rebirth centered on Westminster Street

    Westminster Street, located in "the heart" of downtown, has been central to Providence's revitalization as a "more creative and community-based" city, according to Buff Chace, a real estate developer for Cornish Associates.

  • Girls Volleyball: Westminster Christian, Harvest Christian set for regional ...

    The volleyball border battle between neighboring Elgin schools Westminster Christian and Harvest Christian will be renewed once more Thursday after both emphatically took care of business in Tuesday's semifinals at the Westminster Christian Class 1A ...

  • Royal Columbian X-ray unit has super powers

    By Grant Granger - New Westminster News Leader Published: October 23, 2012 11:00 AM Updated: October 23, 2012 11:25 AM. William Siu is grinning as he shows off his new toy with its six video screens, a panel full of joysticks, and fancy-dancy cameras ...

  • Transit fare evasion losses doubled over last decade

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  • Prep Football: Seniors help lead Heritage School to 7-0 start

    The 5-11, 185-pound senior is on pace to break the 1,000-yard rushing plateau for his third straight year when the unbeaten Hawks travel to Westminster of Augusta on Friday following a 237-yard effort in last Friday's impressive 35-0 win over Stratford ...

  • Work to be done, but New Westminster school district is in great shape

    I want to be clear that I believe as a board your New Westminster School Board has screwed up. We ended this past year with a deficit when that was not expected.

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  • National Trust Co-founder Honoured at Westminster Abbey

    Octavia Hill, leading social reformer and co-founder of the National Trust, has been honoured at a service to dedicate a memorial to her at Westminster Abbey in London. One hundred years after Octavia Hill's death, a memorial stone, commissioned by the ...

  • Two Accused in Boy Scouts Files from Westminster

    16, 1983 from the National Office of the Boy Scouts of America said that a Westminster man, who was 33 at the time, had been accused of "homosexual activities" and subsequently asked to sever all ties with the Boy Scouts.

  • Life of Pi up for discussion

    Published: October 23, 2012 4:00 PM Updated: October 23, 2012 4:45 PM. With the movie Life of Pi set to hit screens in November, the New Westminster Public Library's Read With Us Book Club figured it was a good time to discuss the book by Yann Martel.

  • Public unmoved by Westminster Village gossip, poll shows

    Finally, some good news for the government - the public seems unconcerned by its recent difficulties. Despite plebgate and George Osborne's train ticket dominating this weekend's papers, polling out today shows the Conservatives have managed to reverse ...

  • New Port Mann Bridge to open Dec. 3: Union

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  • Wolves fall to Westminster

    The Wesleyan Wolves went into Friday's game against Westminster with confidence. They were coming off their first away win and their first region win against Hapeville Charter.

  • Library Schedules (Oct. 23-29)

    The Westminster branch of the Carroll County Public Library, 50 E. Main St., Westminster, will offer the following programs this week.

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