Landri Taylor has taken over as CEO of the Stapleton Foundation, succeeding long-time CEO Beverly Haddon on July 18.
“I chose to write my book because my father died of a heart attack as the result of smoking” says CU Denver Associate Philosophy Professor Candice Shelby.
While people might be surprised to learn that a published author has dyslexia, Stapleton resident and author of middle school fantasy fiction Anthony Kerr has struggled with the learning disability all his life.
Libraries and printed books—most of us grew up with them.
Mayor Hancock says Denver has a housing crisis.
The Board of Directors of Reach Out and Read has announced that Stapleton resident Meredith Hintze is their new Executive Director.
DSST Public Schools has the best partnership in the country with the public school system, says Nina Rees, president and CEO of the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.
At its June meeting, the Westerly Creek Metro District (WCMD) formed a District Strategic Planning Committee “to better guide this board into the future”, in the words of David Ungemah who was appointed committee chair.
Marijuana has been a Schedule I narcotic since 1970.
When the Fisher family decided to repaint their house in Stapleton, they had no idea what was to unfold.