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Preliminary design of new Smith-Cotton stadium provided by Sedalia 200

Sedalia School Board Approves Bid on Stadium Landscape Construction

The Sedalia 200 School Board met in a special public session at the Board of Education Office on Thursday (Nov. 21) to approve a bid on the initial dirt work on the new stadium at Smith-Cotton High School. The board approved a bid of $387,246.50 from Nemaha Landscape Construction, Inc. out of Nebraska.

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From left to right: Smith-Cotton High School students Zac Volk, Rex Walters, Grant Waters, Aurora Rafael, Jill Vansell, Mariona Ward, Christian Sarabia, Marin Zalpa, Steven Bradbury, Abby Perkins, Nikkolle Warren and Monika Vaughn break ground on the site of the future athletic stadium.
From left to right: Smith-Cotton High School students Zac Volk, Rex Walters, Grant Waters, Aurora Rafael, Jill Vansell, Mariona Ward, Christian Sarabia, Marin Zalpa, Steven Bradbury, Abby Perkins, Nikkolle Warren and Monika Vaughn break ground on the site of the future athletic stadium.

Smith-Cotton High School Students Break Ground for New Stadium Complex [PHOTOS]

At noon, on a windy Friday (Nov. 8), a group of Sedalians, dignitaries and Smith-Cotton High School students gathered around the northwest corner of the future site of the new stadium.

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Smith-Cotton Stadium Design
Preliminary design of new Smith-Cotton stadium provided by Sedalia 200

Sedalia 200 School Board Approves Stadium Layout Design

The Sedalia 200 School Board met in the Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School on Monday night (Oct. 28). One of the items on the board’s agenda was the stadium design for the new athletic complex planned on the grounds of Smith-Cotton High School. The board approved the layout design, and the school district will now be seeking bids for the stadium.

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Smith-Cotton Stadium
Photo by Kevin Walker

Sedalia 200 School Board Approves Funding for New Sports Complex

The Sedalia 200 School Board met at Horace Mann Elementary School on Monday night (Sept. 10) for its regularly scheduled meeting. Prior to the meeting, a special public session was held on the funding for the planned sports complex at Smith-Cotton High School.

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Smith-Cotton Tigers
Photo by Kevin Walker

Should Sedalia School Board Be Able to Continue the Athletic Complex Proposal Without Full Private Funds? [POLL]

There have been a lot of people that asked questions about the new Smith-Cotton High School stadium being proposed. While many have said that the complex has become outdated and needs upgrades or replacing, some have pointed out that in the process of the Sedalia School District getting the tax levy to build the high school, the athletic complex was cut out of the project in order for the levy to pass after it failed several times. It's their opinion the project shouldn’t be done with any public funds.

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What Major League Team Charges the Most for Beer?

Kicking back with a beer at a baseball game is about as American as it gets, but sometimes the cost can be so high you may fall out of your seat.

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Jenny Jaynes Stadium

Sedalia City Council Approves Purchase of Jenny Jaynes Stadium [INVERVIEWS]

The Sedalia City Council announced on Tuesday afternoon that they've approved the purchase of the Jennie Jaynes Stadium from the Sedalia 200 School District in a closed session meeting.  The purchase is a step towards tearing the stadium down and establishing a community center in Sedalia.

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Sedalia Councilman Larry Stevenson Proposes That Sedalia Parks Department Purchases Jenny Jaynes Stadium

During the work session prior to the city council meeting Monday night (Aug. 5), 4th Ward City Councilman Larry Stevenson passed out a written proposal in the form of a motion that would have the city council authorize the Sedalia Parks Department to purchase the Jennie Jaynes Sports Complex from the Sedalia School District for $1 million. Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn expressed her disapproval of Stevenson's actions, which did not deter him from continuing to pass out the proposal.

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Jenny Jaynes Stadium

Sedalia School Board Makes Motion to Build New Stadium Complex

The Sedalia School Board voted on Monday night (June 17) to issue a Request for Proposal for seeking a construction manager who would oversee the planning, design and construction of a new stadium for Smith-Cotton High School. This new stadium would replace the existing Jennie Jaynes Stadium.

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Which MLB Stadium is Your Favorite?

I was surfing the net late at night and something caught my eye while looking at sports scores.  It has long been debated which stadium stands as a favorite amongst Major League Baseball Fans, and I have long felt that Missouri has been graced with some good ones.

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