Issue 123

2016 Stapletonion Bracket Challenge!

2016 Stapletonion Bracket Challenge!

March Madness is here, and the NCAA Basketball Tournament begins March 17th! The Stapletonion is hosting its fifth annual Bracket Challenge with lots of great prizes from local businesses. The brackets won’t be out until March 13th, but you can get a head start by joining today so our group is ready for the madness! […]

Final Two People Willing to Take Northfield Principal Job Announced

Final Two People Willing to Take Northfield Principal Job Announced

Months after the resignation of Northfield’s previous principal, two candidates have emerged who are qualified and willing to take on the epic task of growing the Stapleton area high school. “The search has been exhausting,” said acting DPS Superintendent Susana Cordova. “Candidates have learned what they most likely would be walking into, and therefore, have […]

Stapleton Nanny Calls in Sick for Record Eighth Time During Week

Stapleton Nanny Calls in Sick for Record Eighth Time During Week

The Rundall family is not unlike many other families in Stapleton. They have working parents, and two young children at home, a four and a two year old. Two years ago, they weighed the pros and cons of whether to get a nanny or take their first child to a child care facility. “We decided […]

Stapleton Neighbor Starting to Look “Really Old”

Stapleton Neighbor Starting to Look “Really Old”

Many Residents on Valentia St. have been there for over 10 years, so of course, everyone is aging. But, according to others on his block, no one is aging more rapidly than Kevin Gibbons. “I’ve really started to notice it lately,” said neighbor and friend Darren Bidler. “It’s not just the gray hair. He definitely […]

Soon to be Stapleton Parents Struggle to Find Unique Stapleton Name

Soon to be Stapleton Parents Struggle to Find Unique Stapleton Name

Young(er) couples and expecting parents continue to flood into Stapleton. The couples are excited to begin the next phase of their lives. “We know we have some big changes coming, but we are looking forward to them,” said Julie Kohrt, who is seven months pregnant. “Ever since Robert and I started dating, we would talk […]

Police Training Facility Continues Holdout; Won’t Sell to Forest City

Police Training Facility Continues Holdout; Won’t Sell to Forest City

The police training facility located on 21st and Akron across from Bill Roberts is staying put for now. Forest City has continually pressured the DPD and the City of Denver to sell the valuable real estate to Forest City for development. “It’s an incredible waste of valuable property,” said Forest City President Phil Dargossi. “It […]

Parents of Kindergartner Already Concerned About Popularity

Parents of Kindergartner Already Concerned About Popularity

Sofia Harris is like most other girls in her kindergarten class at Bill Roberts Elementary. She enjoys running around with her friends at recess, climbing on the monkey bars, swinging, and all sorts of other fun games. She spends most of her time with a few close friends from her class, but also hangs out […]