NFC Championship Game: Green Bay Newspaper Misspells "Chicago"

Someone in the northern wilds of Wisconsin needs a proofreader. After the Bears won on Sunday, meaning the Green Bay Packers would have to come to Chicago for this week's NFC Championship game, the Green Bay Press-Gazette posted this headline on their front page:

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Seriously, no one saw that? In huge type, splayed across the front page of the paper? At least they owned up to their mistake later, as blogged by Charles Apple at the American Copy Editors Society:

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They won't have to worry about spelling "Dallas" after Sunday's game, unless they're writing about the Bears' trip there.

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h/t: Regret The Error. Click on images to open larger versions in new browser windows.

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