A rendering of the interior of the proposed Soldotna Regional Sports Complex field house. The approximately 42,000-square-foot metal building would be connected to the current sports complex and offer a variety of recreation options for the community. The building could hold three high school basketball courts, eight large wrestling mats or nine pickleball courts. (City of Soldotna)

A rendering of the interior of the proposed Soldotna Regional Sports Complex field house. The approximately 42,000-square-foot metal building would be connected to the current sports complex and offer a variety of recreation options for the community. The building could hold three high school basketball courts, eight large wrestling mats or nine pickleball courts. (City of Soldotna)

Soldotna looks to bond for field house project

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