Issue 43

Stapletonians Remember Tragic Sinking of “The Mia” at Central Park Dog Pond

Stapletonians Remember Tragic Sinking of “The Mia” at Central Park Dog Pond

This week marks the one year anniversary of the shocking tragedy which occurred in the middle of the Central Park dog pond. Last November, Max Seehause (9) along with his family took his brand new toy sailboat to the pond. In this great age of technology, no one thought it would be possible for the […]

Stapleton Youth Coach Named Rockies New Manager

Stapleton Youth Coach Named Rockies New Manager

In a surprise move last week, the Colorado Rockies baseball club named Jim Miller its new manager. Coach Miller has most recently been coaching in the Stapleton youth sports league, Stapleton All Sports. “We are definitely saddened to see Coach Miller go,” Stapleton All Sports Director of Operations Chris Schmidt said in a statement. “We […]

Founders Green Re-Zoned for Retail:  To be Renamed “Founder$ Green”

Founders Green Re-Zoned for Retail:  To be Renamed “Founder$ Green”

Due to the huge economic growth from the farmer’s market and Sweet William Market, Forest City has now given the green light for more retail to occupy the founder’s green space. “The park was underutilized by the people, and it wasn’t making any positive economic impact to the area,” said Forest City spokesperson Janelle Ayers. […]

Denver Parking Authority Begins Ticketing Stapleton Kids for Poorly Parked Bikes and Scooters

Denver Parking Authority Begins Ticketing Stapleton Kids for Poorly Parked Bikes and Scooters

In a new “Not on the Sidewalks” campaign, the Denver Parking Authority has begun ticketing Stapleton kids for poorly parked scooters, bikes and tricycles throughout our neighborhood. “We thought it was time to raise awareness and start teaching kids the importance of good parking habits and responding to tickets,” said Steve Gallagher, spokesman for the […]

Stapleton Resident Unaware of Stapleton’s 75 Miles of Off-Road Paths

Stapleton Resident Unaware of Stapleton’s 75 Miles of Off-Road Paths

Local Stapleton resident Heather Dean was astonished when told that Stapleton has several miles of off-street paths for walking, running, cycling, and stroller-pushing. The extremely fit Dean was reached for an interview while jogging with her twins Mason and Emma in a double BOB in the southbound lane of northbound Beeler. “Really? That gravelly-looking thing […]

Stapletonians Already Feeling Crushing Economic Effects of Obama’s Second Term

Stapletonians Already Feeling Crushing Economic Effects of Obama’s Second Term

Just one week after the election, Stapleton residents are already feeling squeezed by Obama’s second term. Obama’s poor economic policies have caused several Forest City Stapleton projects to be put on hold. “We were all set to complete our ‘to do list’ in a Romney administration,” said Forest City President Phil Dargossi. “With Obama back […]