SST: Stapleton High School Mock Trial Team has consistently been a force to be reckoned with.
Stapleton resident Nicholas Hutchinson took a crack at writing a children’s book; the result “far exceeded expectations.” His book, Barry’s Wild Ride, was published this past May and jumped straight to Amazon’s bestseller list. Hutchinson has always been a writer but never really considered children’s writing. He studied English at Kenyon College and got his […]
Fifteen student-athletes at East and George Washington High Schools celebrated National Letter of Intent Day.
Volunteers through be well were recognized for exceptional efforts to make their neighborhoods healthier.
John Alexander, who many know for selling The Voice outside of Starbucks, received a brand new smile from Town Center Dentistry & Orthodontics for getting his life back on track after addiction.
Out of legislators from 12 states, Colorado State Rep. Angela Williams received the 2015 Legislator of the Year for her work to improve the lives of minorities.
The trees in Central Park were originally installed the wrong way, doomed to die, but volunteers have replanted dozens with more planned.
Out of all who the firefighters who worked on wildfires in Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests this summer, a local fire technician from the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge was named firefighter of the year.
“Someone needs to step up and make these things happen, so we’re motivated by that … It’s a daunting task to build a great community that … includes homes people can be proud of, that provide stability and the ability to thrive.”
A Stapleton playwright and dramaturgist recently completed his first full-length production that explores the drama of family dynamics and will show in a Lakewood theater.