Issue 129

Threatening Sign Attempts to Ward Off Criminals

Threatening Sign Attempts to Ward Off Criminals

Several months ago, a sign was placed on 29th and Central Park Blvd. to remind residents to lock their vehicles and homes. Last week, a similar sign was placed on MLK by the fire station hoping to deter crime in Stapleton. The message was simple: “Thieves, stop breaking N2 cars. We are watching you.” For […]

Bill Roberts to Require Summer Driver’s Ed For Stapleton Parents

Bill Roberts to Require Summer Driver’s Ed For Stapleton Parents

Scott Gerbracht is a parent at Bill Roberts school in Stapleton. He often drives his kids to school, which he would enjoy if it wasn’t for “all the horrible f*cking drivers.” “I can’t believe how bad people are at driving, parking, obeying rules, etc.,” said Gerbracht. “It is unreal. Almost every day I would take […]

Zika Virus Fears End Stapleton 2028 Olympic Bid

Zika Virus Fears End Stapleton 2028 Olympic Bid

Last Wednesday, an emergency meeting of the Stapleton Community Olympic Committee (SCOC) was held to announce the immediate withdrawal of Stapleton’s bid to host the 2028 Summer Olympic Games. According to SCOC President Dr. Mark Noren, growing concerns over the Zika virus and Brazil’s seeming inability to contain it during this summer’s Olympic games motivated […]

Thieves Next Big Heist:  Shirts Off Stapletonian’s Backs

Thieves Next Big Heist: Shirts Off Stapletonian’s Backs

Stapleton has long had an issue with petty crime, and growth and access to the Denver community only increases these opportunities for criminals. Although Stapleton has a low rate of violent crimes, there seems to be a high incidence of package theft, bike theft, and other unattended items in open garages. Recently, disturbing news was […]

Family Pins Down Spring Schedule Just in Time for Summer

Family Pins Down Spring Schedule Just in Time for Summer

The Greiert family includes three kids with a plethora of sporting activities as well as dance and music activities. These spring programs keep parents Michelle and Jay running around making sure to get kids picked up and dropped off at different days, times and locations. “Spring is definitely crazy for us,” said Michelle. “Baseball is […]

“Manliest Guy at Pool” Contest Officially Begins

“Manliest Guy at Pool” Contest Officially Begins

The Stapleton summer puts pool season in full effect. The pools are mostly known for the constant sounds of kids playing in the water and of course, the hot Stapleton moms. Often overshadowed are the Stapleton men, who are constantly scrambling for their identity in the Stapleton community. Pool season gives guys one small chance […]

Popular Stapleton Teen Guarantees MCA “Teen Night” Won’t be Lit

Popular Stapleton Teen Guarantees MCA “Teen Night” Won’t be Lit

Ethan Palmer isn’t just any eighth grader at Bill Roberts Junior High, he’s the most popular eighth grader at the school. When Ethan talks, other kids listen. “He’s pretty much the fleekest kid in school,” said fellow eighth grader Jackson Asbee. “The guys pretty much do whatever he tells them to do just be a […]