Cops arrested 22 people at Kenny Chesney’s Saturday concert at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, and dozens others were ejected for misbehaviors police attribute entirely to alcohol. At one point, cops were so overwhelmed by miscreants that they momentarily lost track of exactly how many troublemakers had been booked for…
Because the team of the people hates unions, the Packers put out the call for folks to come help get the stadium ready, for $10 an hour. Four hundred and fifty were lucky enough to be handed shovels, with another 800 turned away. [Green Bay Press-Gazette]
Your morning roundup for July 3, the day after some baby gators proved a mud hole is better than any stop, drop and roll mantra.
What would you do if you learned that the greatest moment in Cincinnati Bengals history was a lie? Well, didn't the "coincidence" of three Bengal fans scoring front row tickets at Lambeau on Sunday seem too good to be true?