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Every Town a Treasure: Selinsgrove

Like many communities in the Susquehanna River Valley, Selinsgrove suffered from major fires in 1872 and 1874. The razed wooden structures were replaced-mainly by brick buildings-in many instances. Today, many of those buildings are still in use and house some of the town's most significant and important businesses, shops, and restaurants.

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Reba and Pancho�s is a unique dining experience, specializing in Mexican and Mediterranean dishes.