September 2017

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Dozens of Next Door “I’m Sorries” Help Locate Lost Dog

Dozens of Next Door “I’m Sorries” Help Locate Lost Dog

The Muchmore’s two year old lab Jake recently escaped from their back yard. “His collar was off, so we were extremely worried about him,” said owner Caroline Muchmore. “The back gate must have been open, and he went out the back. We checked the park and the block where he has been found before but […]

FEMA Rescues Stapleton Comcast Users; Victims Transported to Hotel Teatro, Brown Palace

FEMA Rescues Stapleton Comcast Users; Victims Transported to Hotel Teatro, Brown Palace

In what FEMA is calling nothing less than a miracle, the estimated 2,000 Stapleton households affected by the Comcast outage last week were safely transported to luxury five star hotels in the Denver area via high end helicopters. “This was probably our biggest win during this tough time,” said FEMA Director Craig Fugate. “These residents […]

Stapleton Mom Can’t Find One F#cking Tupperware Lid

Stapleton Mom Can’t Find One F#cking Tupperware Lid

Stapleton mom Jenny Shoemaker works hard every day to make good meals for her kids. Whether it’s packing a healthy school lunch or making a nice dinner, Jenny works to do her best for her family. Jenny also tries to be environmentally conscience so she uses Tupperware containers instead of plastic bags to pack for […]

School Choice:  Steps to Take After You Don’t Get in to Swigert

School Choice: Steps to Take After You Don’t Get in to Swigert

School Choice will be coming up soon, and parents need to understand what “choice” means and how to navigate the rules and make their selection. Obviously, the first step everyone takes is selecting Swigert. The second step for most people is not getting in to Swigert. “People need to understand the majority of them will […]

New Site Allows Stapleton Parents to Review Kids After Sleepover

New Site Allows Stapleton Parents to Review Kids After Sleepover

It seems that “sleepovers” are becoming much more common and at younger ages. In some cases, parents are taking a night off for themselves, but in most cases, it’s friends wanting to have their friends stay overnight. The typical process for a sleepover is the child asks the parent for a sleepover with a friend, […]

‘Shortcut to Stanley’ Opening Delayed as Long as Opening of Stanley

‘Shortcut to Stanley’ Opening Delayed as Long as Opening of Stanley

Eastbridge residents and really anyone heading to Stanley have noticed the ‘shortcut to Stanley’ completely finished for quite some time now. It has appeared totally serviceable since early summer, but somehow, here we are in late fall and the road is still closed. And it appears for no reason. “We drive by it every day […]

Mom Discouraged Knowing She Still Has 328 Sack Lunches to Make

Mom Discouraged Knowing She Still Has 328 Sack Lunches to Make

Stapleton resident Jessica Boesen has two children attending Isabella Bird in Stapleton. The kids are adjusting to going back to school, and Jessica is enjoying having more time to get things done around the house to try to stay ahead of things as the household manager. The family had a great summer, but it was […]