Chicago teachers began a strike Thursday after failing to reach an agreement with city officials over pay and other contract issues, forcing Chicago Public Schools to cancel classes for about 300,000 students.
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When you violate probation, you pay the price.
When the Packers celebrated the 100th anniversary of their founding on Aug. 11, Calhoun’s place in franchise history was discussed frequently. Calhoun, of course, co-founded the Packers that day in 1919, along with Earl “Curly” Lambeau. At the time, Calhoun was the Green Bay Press-Gazette’s city editor, and while Lambeau was elected captain, Calhoun was named manager.