Painter Misspells Town’s Name On Water Tower


A painter working on a Wisconsin water tower left behind one big typo. The mistake had Stoughton (STOH’-tuhn) residents scratching their heads. The new paint job had the town’s name without the second T. It was spelled “S-T-O-U-G-H-O-N,” rather than “S-T-O-U-G-H-T-O-N.”

It turns out a painter from Neumann Co. in Romeoville, Ill., had the correct information but simply forgot the second T when painting the 6-foot letters.

And the name was spelled right on one side of the tower. It’s just the side facing town that’s wrong…

Cheese Trophy Comes Back To Wisconsin


With an article like this you can see why their called cheese heads

GREEN BAY, Wis., March 21 (UPI) — The U.S. Cheese Championship Contest trophy has returned to Wisconsin after two years of going to other states.

The winner, selected Thursday at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, was a Parmesan produced in Antigo, Wis., the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. Second prize went to a goat’s milk cheese from Oregon and a New York state cheddar took third.

But the top prize was back in the state that regards itself as the center of U.S. cheese. Continue reading… “Cheese Trophy Comes Back To Wisconsin”