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New ownership may lead to reopening of state's oldest ice cream parlor

Selma's in Afton has been empty since a foreclosure two years ago. But new owners reportedly plan to complete a renovation and revive the shop that opened in 1930.
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Selma's in Afton has been empty since a foreclosure two years ago. But new owners reportedly plan to complete a renovation and revive the shop that opened in 1930.

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