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Central Peninsula Hospital

Though most of the attention around health care is focused on the coronavirus pandemic right now, Central Peninsula Hospital also recently finished a project to expand its services in Soldotna.

This winter, the project to remodel the hospital and stand up a new catheterization lab, childbirth facility, and to rearrange part of the hospital for more room and security was finished. It cost about $32 million, with about $27 million of that coming from Kenai Peninsula Borough bonds. The construction was started about two years ago as part of the hospital’s long-term service expansion plan, and it opened just in time to have the hospital lock down under the COVID-19 mandates.

True Tales, Told Live tackled "Sibling Rivalry" on March 29 at Odie's Deli in Soldotna. In part one, posted last week, we had stories from Marissa Severson, Kristin Mitchell, Heddy Huss, Maura Schumacher and Ben Boettger. Following is part two of that live event, with stories from Matt Pyhala, Jacki Michels, Bruce Vadla, Sarah Pyhala and Liz Earl.