Issue 134

Stapleton Homebuyers to Go Through “Extreme Vetting”

Stapleton Homebuyers to Go Through “Extreme Vetting”

Recently, the Stapleton MCA passed a controversial policy in regards to screening potential buyers before they would be allowed to move into Stapleton. “I call it extreme vetting,” said MCA President Paul Harris. “Extreme vetting. Extreme. Stapleton has almost no problems being caused by anyone coming in here. But, it’s better to be safe than […]

“Extra Trash Service Day” About to Become Very Big in Stapleton

“Extra Trash Service Day” About to Become Very Big in Stapleton

Recently, the Solid Waste Management Division of Denver delivered new garbage cans to many unsuspecting Denver residents. The new cans are similar to the recycle cans, and the massive effort is an attempt to reduce the labor intensive job of trash pickup, and create a more automated process. Residents had been asked to request either […]

Stapleton Couple Chooses Paying Attention to Kids Over Babyproofing

Stapleton Couple Chooses Paying Attention to Kids Over Babyproofing

Stapleton couple Troy and Brooke Miller have twin boys who just turned one less than a week ago. As many Stapleton residents know, having a one year old around the house can be pretty challenging, and even more so if you have two of them. To complicate things further, both boys are beginning to walk, […]

Stapleton Kindergartner Unable to Provide Evidence She Attended First Week of School

Stapleton Kindergartner Unable to Provide Evidence She Attended First Week of School

For most Stapleton elementary schoolers, this week was their first week back at school. For kids, summer has officially come to an end. No more late nights, week long vacations, or entire days spent at the pool. Time to buckle down and get ready for some book learnin’. Many elementary students were ready to go […]

Great Debate:  What Makes a Real Stapletonian; Length of Residency or Affluence?

Great Debate: What Makes a Real Stapletonian; Length of Residency or Affluence?

Quietly, a conversation has started all across Stapleton in regards to what makes someone a true Stapletonian. Inevitably, the discussion centers around how long someone has lived in Stapleton versus how much money they have. Those on the side of residency have compelling arguments. “True Stapletonians are the ones who were the pioneers long before […]

Woman Becomes First Stapletonian to Pay for Parking in Northfield

Woman Becomes First Stapletonian to Pay for Parking in Northfield

The Northfield Mall in Stapleton has certainly had its challenges when it comes to attracting Stapleton shoppers. Many shops have come and gone, or they simply aren’t a good fit for Stapleton shoppers. There are absolutely some great shops in Northfield, and Northfield continues to try to build a base to attract the valuable Stapleton […]

Overcrowded Pools Cause Stapleton Resident to Build Above Ground Pool

Overcrowded Pools Cause Stapleton Resident to Build Above Ground Pool

Stapleton has six pools for the now 10 neighborhoods with more neighborhoods to come. The pools are starting to get crowded with roughly 30,000 residents. “Sometimes the pool hours seem too short, or the season does, or they close prematurely due to weather,” said Stapleton resident Randy Keating. “Our kids really love going to the […]