Issue 47

NRA Generously Donates 500 Firearms to Local Schools, Teachers

NRA Generously Donates 500 Firearms to Local Schools, Teachers

Too often the National Rifle Association (NRA) comes off as greedy, self-serving, and sometimes even crazy. But recently the NRA is looking to change that perception, and they took one of their first big steps in Stapleton in Denver. “This community seemed like the perfect place to begin the new story of the NRA,” said […]

Parents Angry Kaleidoscope Teaching Kids ‘Spin the Bottle’

Parents Angry Kaleidoscope Teaching Kids ‘Spin the Bottle’

Stapleton Parents of the popular after-school program Kaleidoscope recently became outraged when they learned one of the games the children were playing was spin the bottle. “This was just unbelievable,” said parent Angela Wolf. “We know they are going to chase each other around and play dangerous games such as red rover, but spin the […]

Forrest City Working Hard on Next Broken Promise So Residents Forget About Past Broken Promises

Forrest City Working Hard on Next Broken Promise So Residents Forget About Past Broken Promises

Forrest City overall has done a tremendous job at developing Stapleton into a vibrant, active, semi-diverse community. They have done this through contracting a variety of builders, architects, planners, and other creative minds. The one area where they may receive a “needs improvement” mark would be on following through on promises they made to residents […]

Armstrong’s Admission Not Enough for Stapleton Biker

Armstrong’s Admission Not Enough for Stapleton Biker

Local biker Brian Kimball is pretty hard core when it comes to his biking. He has a $3000 bike, the best CamelBak, the newest energy bars, the most recent of hideous bike clothing, and of course, biker shorts. Kimball began biking in 1999, shortly after Armstrong won his first Tour de France title. “It is […]

Westerly Creek Students Lip Synced “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” at Christmas Concert

Westerly Creek Students Lip Synced “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” at Christmas Concert

Deadspin broke the scandal early this week, and it was confirmed by Westerly Creek students and the music teacher that Westerly Creek students were in fact lip syncing the closing number, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer at the annual Christmas concert. “This was shocking news to say the least,” says Principal Laura Plakke, whom strongly denies […]

Stapleton 4 School to Officially be Named Stapleton 4

In an effort to lessen confusion by adding another name to yet another Stapleton school, the community is overwhelmingly supporting simply keeping the name as is: Stapleton 4. It has yet to be decided whether or not “4” will be spelled out or in numeric fashion, however, the name of the school has been finalized. […]

Report:  Open Garages More Likely to be Burgled Than Closed Ones

Report: Open Garages More Likely to be Burgled Than Closed Ones

In a recent study conducted by the Denver Police Department along with the Stapleton Cop Shop, SUN, and the MCA, it was learned that residents with their garages left open were five times more likely to get robbed than those left closed. “This is some surprising, yet convincing evidence that people should be more conscientious […]