August 2013

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Four-Time Stapleton Kids Triathlon Champion Evan Klunder Banned for Life

Four-Time Stapleton Kids Triathlon Champion Evan Klunder Banned for Life

It was a sad day for the Stapleton triathlon community after the event received another huge blow. Four-time champion Evan Klunder (nine years old) received his third positive doping test and was given a lifetime ban by the Stapleton Triathlon Committee (STC). “So many four, five, and six year olds look up to Klunder, so […]

Stapleton Dads Mourn Loss of Back to School Nannies

Stapleton Dads Mourn Loss of Back to School Nannies

It was a sad day late last week for hundreds of Stapleton dads. The college girl summer nannies had to report back to campus, and therefore, left the Stapleton neighborhoods, and more importantly, the pools. “It hurts,” said local dad Jim McCoy. “It seemed like they were here for such a short time, and now […]

Uniforms Causing Havoc at School Pick Up

Uniforms Causing Havoc at School Pick Up

There are many benefits to having school uniforms for students. It helps with making sure the students that are in the school attend that school, and can certainly help with socioeconomic bullying if some kids aren’t wearing the “cool clothes.” Overall, most schools around the country would tell you school uniforms have been a positive […]

Final Stapleton Resident Tries CrossFit

Final Stapleton Resident Tries CrossFit

It was a late night on August 3rd when Becky Logan finally succumbed to the pressure. “A bunch of girls in the neighborhood were sitting around on a friend’s porch talking,” recalls Becky. “All they talked about was CrossFit. I didn’t even understand most of the things they were talking about. There were a lot […]

Stapleton Mom Fears Her Competition in Child’s Class

Stapleton Mom Fears Her Competition in Child’s Class

For kids, the first day of school is typically filled with excitement and hope. They are hoping to meet new friends, are excited for new challenges, and are looking forward to getting back in to a routine. The truth is, most kids want to go back to school, and have few fears or reservations about […]

Thirty Percent of Original Stapleton Residents Were Actors

Thirty Percent of Original Stapleton Residents Were Actors

Have you ever thought that Stapleton was perfect? Maybe a little too perfect? Turns out that of the first 500 Stapleton residents, roughly 30% were actors. Forest City recently released hundreds of contractual agreements with actors and actresses who agreed to live in Stapleton for a decade pretending to be something they were not. The […]

Eastbridge Through Streets to Become Toll Roads

Eastbridge Through Streets to Become Toll Roads

Forest City finalized a deal with the city of Denver to make the Eastbridge through streets of Fulton and Havana/Iola toll roads. The deal was reached after Stapleton residents demanded a solution to the potential traffic issues and greater possibility that Aurorans would be venturing through Stapleton. “We worked hard with Forest City and the […]