Issue 162

Auction Guest Stunned After Realizing Event was “For the Kids”

Auction Guest Stunned After Realizing Event was “For the Kids”

Shane Campbell had been looking forward to the party High Tech Elementary was throwing for a month. “It was an opportunity to meet new people that have kids at our school, and an excuse to get us out of the house for a while,” said Shane. “We already know lots of people there, so we […]

25th and Dayton Intersection “Fix” Producing Slightly Less Accidents Than Expected

25th and Dayton Intersection “Fix” Producing Slightly Less Accidents Than Expected

The intersection at 25th and Dayton St. had become too dangerous. Drivers on Dayton St. were not seeing their stop sign, and drivers on 25th were stopping for signs that were not there. There were several confusing interactions between drivers at this intersection, and of course, many accidents as well. Mohamed Mouaddine, owner of Amina […]

Stapleton Homeowners Get HELOC to Improve Value of Home So They Can Get Another HELOC

Stapleton Homeowners Get HELOC to Improve Value of Home So They Can Get Another HELOC

The Eichorn’s have lived in Stapleton for eleven years now, and they decided they wanted to make some upgrades. “There are just some things around here that we wanted to change,” said Rudy. “We needed paint on the exterior and interior, and there are other things we are considering as well.” Rudy’s wife Nicci is […]

Man Finally Getting Used to Not Flirting with Waitresses at Stanley Beer Hall

Man Finally Getting Used to Not Flirting with Waitresses at Stanley Beer Hall

Slightly over a year ago, the Stanley Beer Hall changed it’s layout so that customers must pour their own drinks, which includes several great options. Of course, for those who don’t handle change well, it was a tough transition. “The idea of having to get my own drinks was just not something I was used […]

Resident Beginning to Feel Less Trashy When Buying Beer at King Soopers

Resident Beginning to Feel Less Trashy When Buying Beer at King Soopers

Greg Campbell has lived in Stapleton for over 10 years, and in Colorado for about 20. During almost all of that time, he would have to purchase his beer at a liquor store, which he wasn’t used to from his home state of Iowa. “In Iowa, you can get your groceries and grab your beer […]

Stapleton Parents Uncertain of Last Time Kids Showered

Stapleton Parents Uncertain of Last Time Kids Showered

Summer can often be as hectic or more than the school year for working parents. Kids have camps, play dates, short vacations, long vacations, and pool days. Ohhhh the pool days. Without the daily structure that school provides, parents can lose track of all sorts of things. What did they have for breakfast? Did they […]

Central Park West Couple Bucking Trend, Staying Married

Central Park West Couple Bucking Trend, Staying Married

The national divorce rate has steadily been dropping since 1996, due to a number of variables, fewer marriages for people under the age of 30 and millennials waiting to be more economically stable before getting married. Yet there is still a divorce occurring every 36 seconds, equating to 2,400 divorces per day, and roughly 876,000 […]

When it Comes to the name “Stapleton”, Hindsight is 20/20

When it Comes to the name “Stapleton”, Hindsight is 20/20

The MCA sent out ballots in late June to Stapleton homeowners (10,563 eligible votes) in regards to beginning the process of a name change. When looking at the situation we are in as a community, it’s much easier to view it in hindsight. So, I am going to take the position of hindsight in this […]

Co-Ed Volleyball Coming to Stanley Marketplace Fields!

Co-Ed Volleyball Coming to Stanley Marketplace Fields!

Stapleton All Sports (or what we are dubbing Stapleton “OLD” Sports) is partnering with Stanley Marketplace and beginning an adult, 6×6 co-ed, grass court volleyball league. Coming this summer (July 11th to August 22nd), games will be on Thursday nights (plus 1 M, T or W game) at the Stanley Fields from 6:00 to 8:00. […]