December 2016

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Nine Schools to be Added to Sandoval Campus by 2025

Nine Schools to be Added to Sandoval Campus by 2025

Last week, DPS held a meeting at Northfield High School on the Sandoval Campus to discuss the future of the property with area parents. Essentially, DPS was announcing its plans to build several more schools on the property within the next 10 years. Many Stapleton residents had believed Northfield High School was going to be […]

Wicker Park Brochure Tricks Couple in to Thinking It’s Affordable

Wicker Park Brochure Tricks Couple in to Thinking It’s Affordable

The Penningroths have been married for three years and were excited to take the next step in their lives. “We have been living in the Highlands for the last five years, and decided we are ready to start our family,” said John. “We have some friends that live over in Stapleton, and like a lot […]

Stay at Home Mom Laughs in Husband’s Face After He Tells Her, “My Job is Harder”

Stay at Home Mom Laughs in Husband’s Face After He Tells Her, “My Job is Harder”

Stay at home mom Jennifer Mason has a three year old and a one year old at their home in Conservatory Green. Prior to having their first child, Jennifer worked in an office as a Director of Marketing. “I definitely enjoyed my job and the challenges that went with it,” said Mason. “But, after having […]

Resident Starts “Stapleton Grumbles” Facebook Site

Resident Starts “Stapleton Grumbles” Facebook Site

Stapleton continues to add social media sites to help residents navigate the Stapleton landscape and understand what is going on in the community. There of course is the popular Stapleton Swap site, the Big Tent site, Next Door, Stapleton Community Watch, and many, many others. The different sites have spawned off of the original Stapleton […]

Community Cultural Center (The Cube) to be Mostly Used for Second Stapleton Weddings

Community Cultural Center (The Cube) to be Mostly Used for Second Stapleton Weddings

The Stapleton Principal HOA recently opened up a new community cultural arts center, which is being dubbed “The Cube.” The intent of The Cube was to provide a cultural arts center for such activities as small concerts, dance performances, theatre, or even art auctions. “The idea behind The Cube was to add a place where […]

Family Discards Old Toys Kids Don’t Play with to Make Room for New Toys Kids Won’t Play With

Family Discards Old Toys Kids Don’t Play with to Make Room for New Toys Kids Won’t Play With

As the holidays near, the Joyner family realizes they need to get rid of some old toys and gifts from the past. “We just have so much junk the kids don’t even play with, and in some cases, never played with,” said father of three Ryan Joyner. “With Christmas coming up, we need to make […]

Stapleton Man Busy With Home Maintenance Projects for Wife’s Divorced Friends

Stapleton Man Busy With Home Maintenance Projects for Wife’s Divorced Friends

With two kids, a job, a wife and a house, Dave Halsor already had a pretty demanding schedule. “I am typically out the door for work by seven,” said Dave. “The days I am not, it’s because I am taking the kids to school. Then, if I leave work before 5:30 it’s so I can […]