Issue 46

Lack of Stapleton Chimney’s Frustrates Santa

Lack of Stapleton Chimney’s Frustrates Santa

“Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with a bound.” In the story Twas the Night before Christmas, Santa enters the house through the chimney, and this is the way we have always been told Santa arrives. Centuries ago, this was how jolly old St. Nick delivered all of his presents, but advancements in home heating […]

Stapleton Study:  Residents Have No Interest in Books or Reading on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays

Stapleton Study: Residents Have No Interest in Books or Reading on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays

A recent Stapleton study confirmed what the city government and libraries already knew: people simply don’t want to read on Tuesdays, Thursdays, or Sundays. “Who has time on those days to read,” said Stapleton resident Aaron Hill. “I think most people reserve their Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays for reading time. It’s just common sense.” […]

Update:  More Schools Come Into Stapleton Than Leave

Update: More Schools Come Into Stapleton Than Leave

Recently, McAuliffe Middle School began community discussions in regards to moving to a new location in Park Hill (Smiley). Originally, some people in the Stapleton community were not pleased. “This is our school,” exclaimed concerned resident Rob Klunder. “We don’t want our great schools moving all the way over to Park Hill. Is this just […]

Stapleton Pushes to Get Private Snow Removal

Stapleton Pushes to Get Private Snow Removal

After the first couple of snows in Denver, it again became apparent that Stapleton needs its own private snow removal. “Why is it that our streets and alleys are caked with snow days later, and other neighborhoods are completely cleaned up?” asked concerned resident Tyler Green. “It is not acceptable. I am pretty sure snowless […]

Resident Eagerly Awaits New Neighbor

Stapleton seems to have a lot of turnover when it comes to the owners. Some due to foreclosure a couple of years ago, others due to divorce, some people wanting to get out of the bubble, but a lot are simply due to people upgrading their homes. Most Stapleton residents have a certain neighbor(s) whose […]

Stapleton Family Attends Church Just to Dress Up Kids

Stapleton Family Attends Church Just to Dress Up Kids

Adam and Joan Litton have three beautiful children, twins Mathew and Leah (4) and then baby Kennedy. Like most parents, they absolutely adore their kids, and believe they have the cutest kids in the world. So, Joan likes to get the kids cute clothes to wear. “We know that our window of them wearing what […]

Sign of the Apocalypse:  Stapleton Championship Football Team Chants “We’re Hashtag One!” After Game

Sign of the Apocalypse: Stapleton Championship Football Team Chants “We’re Hashtag One!” After Game

In a disturbing sign of the times, a Stapleton youth football team celebrated their championship victory by holding up one finger and yelling, “we’re hashtag one!” The symbol that used to be most commonly referred to as “the number sign” or “the pound sign” has now been gobbled up by the twitterverse to the degree […]