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And Now For A Positive Story On The Kansas City Chiefs

While we have and will continue to harp on Kansas City Chiefs players and owner Clark Hunt for failing to negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement, it's important that we also recognize them when they're doing good in the community.

Hunt, along with his wife, Tavia, and others worked with Harvesters last week to prepare box lunches for those in need in the area.

"Hunger is such a big issue for the Kansas City community," said Clark Hunt. "It's something that, as a family and as an organization, we care very much about and something that we want to team with Harvesters to help solve."

Here's a crazy stat: The story notes that 15 percent of the families in the area are in need of food. Wow.

Good for Clark Hunt and good for the Chiefs. The city appreciates their efforts. Now let's get a labor deal done so they can do these sorts of things together.

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