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Navigate the Twin Ports with New Guide

A new guide for the Twin Ports will hit mailboxes for around 60,000 Northland residents over the next week.¬† A new guide for the Twin Ports will hit mailboxes for around 60,000 Northland residents over the next week.¬† |  Photo: WDIO-TV

Updated: June 21, 2019 08:52 AM

Around 60,000 residents in and around the Twins Ports will be getting a new booklet in the next few days. 

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The "TwinPorts.com Residents Resource Guide" aims to give locals the latest information on activities, events, hotspots, businesses, clubs and more. 

"There's just so much going on in our area," TwinPorts.com founder Linda Nervick says, "that I just thought it'd be wonderful to have."

It's not just for people in Duluth and Superior. There will be information about surrounding areas including Cloquet, Hermantown and Proctor. The guide comes after months of work from multiple people.

"It took, with a team, about six months to put it all together," Nervick says, "and conceptually a few years."

For those who don't get one, some area businesses will have some to give out for free. 

Click here for an online version.

Nervick says future versions will be given out around January/February of each year. 

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