An offer of celebration during the pandemic has been refused by way of silence.
To be fair, the newspaper penned a throwaway rebuke but for the most part it's certain that Cass County won't earn any kind of official Chiefs party despite a clever offer.
To be fair, the invitation deserves consideration if only because it reveals that this year's Super Bowl festivities seem empty and lifeless given that the fans have been taken out of the equation.
Local politicos and authorities have mostly served to scold Kansas City for any sign of unregulated enthusiasm and the football "dynasty" seems devoid of any real connection with the community that hosts the team.
HARRISONVILLE, Mo. - The announcement by Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas that there won't be a Super Bowl parade if the Chiefs defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV didn't sit well with some jurisdictions in the Kansas City metro. Cass County commissioners say they welcome a Super Bowl parade in their county.