Issue 53

“Hot Mom-A-Lattes” Headed to Stapleton

“Hot Mom-A-Lattes” Headed to Stapleton

The new 7-Eleven and Stapleton Autowash have created some controversy in recent months, but a new coffee concept slated to be developed between the two, seems to be gaining traction throughout a Stapleton community that has a reputation for being anything but developer-friendly. According to John Burke, Forest City’s Vice President for commercial development, the […]

DPS Cancels School for Rest of Year

DPS Cancels School for Rest of Year

In a bold move, Denver Public Schools decided to cancel all remaining school days due to the inclement spring weather. “We are to that point where the kids don’t want to be here, the teachers and administration don’t want to be here, and the weather is just giving us a good reason to call the […]

SUN President Regrets Calling Westerly Creek Block Captain “Best Looking Block Captain”

SUN President Mike Victoria was recently making remarks in Westerly Creek prior to the unveiling of a block’s hard-earned ‘neighborhood watch’ sign being unveiled. After praising Westerly Creek block captain Alisha McDermott for her hard work and diligence in getting the sign, Victoria followed up with some surprising remarks. “Aside from being a great block […]

Kim Jong Un Adds Stapleton Control Tower to “Preferred Targets” List

Kim Jong Un Adds Stapleton Control Tower to “Preferred Targets” List

Recently, North Korea released a photo which was intended to show its list of U.S targets for a possible nuclear strike. These targets include the obvious places, Hawaii, Los Angeles, New York City, and most certainly, Austin, Texas. However, top U.S. military officials were unable to understand why North Korea has one of the targets […]

Stapleton Residents Willing to Conserve Water, But Not at Cost of Green Lawns and Long Baths

Stapleton Residents Willing to Conserve Water, But Not at Cost of Green Lawns and Long Baths

Recent weather is not a good indication, but Denver and the state of Colorado are going through a stage 2 drought. Because of this, the City of Denver has implemented mandatory water restrictions. “The last time we declared a Stage 2 drought was in 2002,” said Greg Austin, president of the Denver Board of Water […]

MCA Issues Vehicle Brand Restrictions Beginning in 2014

MCA Issues Vehicle Brand Restrictions Beginning in 2014

In a rare majority decision, the Stapleton MCA has crafted a new policy placing strict restrictions on the types of cars that can be purchased and driven in Stapleton. Citing the strong impact that the Bill Roberts uniform policy has had on middle school students, and the increasing “need to know” who lives in the […]

Stapleton MCA to Host 4/20 Celebration on the Green

Stapleton MCA to Host 4/20 Celebration on the Green

The Stapleton MCA announced this week that it will be hosting a 4/20 party this Satirday on The Green for residents and those living in the greater Stapleton area. “We know that once people move to Stapleton, they have a hard time leaving the neighborhood,” said MCA President Liza Kampstra. “We also know that there […]