Issue 116

Stapleton Residents Always Watching, Judging

Stapleton Residents Always Watching, Judging

The pressure in Stapleton to “keep up with the Joneses” is enormous. People in Stapleton are generally smarter, more successful, funnier, and better looking. This in and of itself can make even the most confident person self-conscience. The stress of living up to “Stapleton Standards™” is not totally self-inflicted. Stapleton residents keep a keen eye […]

Schools to Begin Handing Out Awards to Parents for Getting Kids to School on Time

Schools to Begin Handing Out Awards to Parents for Getting Kids to School on Time

Stapleton elementary schools will begin a program beginning in November that will “reward” parents for getting their kids to school on time. Essentially, parents who get their kids to school on time will receive a ribbon from an administrator as they are leaving the school’s campus. “We wanted to create some urgency on the parents’ […]

100 Acres of Western Aurora to Be Turned into Jack Nicklaus Championship Golf Course

100 Acres of Western Aurora to Be Turned into Jack Nicklaus Championship Golf Course

With the 26th Ave. Park finally on the right track and Stanley Marketplace coming along nicely, Forest City turned its head to its next biggest challenge: Aurora. “We have been dealing with issues regarding Aurora for quite some time,” said Forest City President Phil Dargossi. “Most of those issues related specifically to through traffic and […]

Stapleton Neighbors Share Tearful Goodbye for Winter Season

Stapleton Neighbors Share Tearful Goodbye for Winter Season

Halloween is the unofficial end of fall for most Stapleton residents. The clocks change, it gets darker earlier, cold weather comes in, kids fall sports seasons are over, and skiing season begins. All of these factors typically signify the end of alley parties and random late night drinking with neighbors. This is certainly true for […]

Stapleton “Fall Back Preppers” Have Successful Daylight Savings Transition

Stapleton “Fall Back Preppers” Have Successful Daylight Savings Transition

For many Stapleton parents, daylight savings time creates all sorts of havoc. Nap times, bed times, eating times can all get out of whack. “It takes at least two weeks to get my kids back on the right schedule,” said Stapleton mother of three Julie Farrell. “I hate the spring forward, and I hate the […]

Rainbows Latest Stapleton Nuisance

Rainbows Latest Stapleton Nuisance

With a record number of rainbow sightings since this spring, Stapleton residents are starting to complain about the frequency of rainbows. As a neighborhood situated with sweeping views, rainbows are hard to miss or avoid even if you try.

MCA to Combat Crime Wave with Magnets

MCA to Combat Crime Wave with Magnets

In a bold move, the MCA has recently announced that it will be pulling out all the stops and fighting crime with one of the strongest methods available – magnets. Criminals beware. Not only will residents start locking their doors and removing their laptops from their cars but every resident in Stapleton will be fully […]