Issue 127

Park Hill to Stapleton:  “Train Horn Not as Irritating as Jet Engines”

Park Hill to Stapleton: “Train Horn Not as Irritating as Jet Engines”

The Central Park Station is in full throttle, and overall, Stapletonians are enjoying either taking the train or having it as an option. “Suddenly opening up every Lo-Do restaurant as a place to go to dinner is really cool,” said resident Amy DeLay. “We went down for Mother’s Day, and it was so easy and […]

BLM 5280 Requests Running Man at Central Park Station be Painted Black

BLM 5280 Requests Running Man at Central Park Station be Painted Black

The Denver activist group Black Lives Matter 5280 has requested Stapleton undergo a name change. Now, they’re upset with an art piece at Stapleton’s newly opened Central Park Station. “Really? A white running man?,” questioned BLM 5280 Spokesperson James Williams. “They could have thought through this one a little better. Do black people not take […]

Downtown to be Renamed “Stapleton West?”

Downtown to be Renamed “Stapleton West?”

The addition of the A-Line (or the University of Colorado A line as it so cumbrously called) has made it significantly easier for Stapleton residents to travel and explore downtown. So much so, that downtown Denver may be going through a name change. “The truth is, Stapleton is good for business,” said downtown Denver visitor’s […]

MCA Increases Security…Military Style

MCA Increases Security…Military Style

New MCA President Paul Harris is emphatic on his promises in regards to security and continues to deliver on those promises. “Residents remain concerned over the threat of possible crime here,” said Harris. “I have read reports saying crime is really not that bad. Maybe. But maybe not. We will continue to use our funds […]

Mowing Around Tiny Tree in Small Back Yard Becoming Big Pain in the Ass

Mowing Around Tiny Tree in Small Back Yard Becoming Big Pain in the Ass

Jason Gerber owns a Parkwood Home in the Bluff Lake neighborhood in Stapleton. Like many other Stapleton homes, Jason does not have much of a yard. In fact, there is even less than he started with. “We had a patio put in two falls ago,” said Gerber. “So, really all we have is the tiny […]

First Eastbridge Watchtower Nears Completion

First Eastbridge Watchtower Nears Completion

Six months ago, the MCA moved forward on a plan to construct a series of watch towers. After several delays, the first tower located close to the car wash in Eastbridge is almost completed. “This is just one of the many steps we are taking towards a safer Stapleton,” said MCA President Paul Harris. “This […]

Stapleton Three Year Old Cries for Reason

Stapleton Three Year Old Cries for Reason

In an almost unprecedented event, a Stapleton boy, aged three, had an actual reason to cry. “You can probably count the number of times this has been recorded on two hands,” said child psychologist Dr. Dave Price. “Typically, a three year old just cries randomly and sometimes when they are happy. To use a scientific […]