Issue 25

They’re Baaaaack!

They’re Baaaaack!

artists depiction of future events Forrest City has failed yet again. This time, their failure could endanger the entire Stapleton population as well as the fragile Stapleton ecosystem. The “park” on 26th Ave. in EaWe had been overrun with prairie dogs for quite some time. Forrest City decided to begin the park project a couple […]

King Soopers to Build “Whole Foods Express” Inside Stapleton Store

King Soopers to Build “Whole Foods Express” Inside Stapleton Store

King Soopers has been getting slammed by the Stapleton Community for years. They have calmly taken the criticism, and have done their best to appease their Stapleton customers. They can’t do everything, however. For example, you can’t have great fried chicken and also have produce last for two days.

Census Released: SUN Forced to Include Inmate on Board

Census Released: SUN Forced to Include Inmate on Board

The recent census which included a lot of information about Stapleton, was mostly filled with facts that are not surprising. Stapleton has a higher percentage of children under 10 than Denver as a whole, has a Hispanic population of 5% compared to Denver’s 31%, and has a much higher median household income than the total […]

Stay-at-Home Dad Develops Addiction to Taco Trucks Serving Stapleton Homebuilders

Stay-at-Home Dad Develops Addiction to Taco Trucks Serving Stapleton Homebuilders

“La costumbre” he instructs the vendor, which means “the usual” in Spanish.  Margarita nods knowingly through the window, having already started his order.  Amidst the homebuilding contractors in line at the truck, local Stapleton resident Doug Schwab looks out of place, waiting patiently, perusing the menu with daughter Lauren attached to his chest in her […]

S.A.D.D. to Reach Out to Troubled Women

S.A.D.D. to Reach Out to Troubled Women

In a press release dated yesterday, the Stapleton Association of Divorced Dads, or S.A.D.D., announced the launch of the long-awaited Touch an Inmate program. Designed to help incarcerated women be ready to integrate back into society, the program involves weekly visits by S.A.D.D. members to the Denver Women’s Correctional Facility (DWCF), located at 3600 Havana […]