The Superior Public Library is closed to the public until further notice but employees there are still trying to help the community as best as they can.

The Superior Public Library announced Tuesday (March 24th) that they have extended the range of their free wireless internet into their parking lot so residents can have access to the web.

According to their announcement, they understand that many people depend on their internet to "check email, apply for jobs, and stay in touch with friends and family" in their everyday lives and they want to make sure people can still do that, even with everything going on with COVID-19.

The network is Superior_Library_WiFi and no password is needed.

The Superior Public Library is also suspending fines on books while they are closed, encouraging residents to stay home. All events scheduled at the library have also been cancelled through Friday, April 3rd.

To keep up with all things relating to COVID-19 in the Twin Ports, click here.

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