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This excerpt from the Emmy-nominated “River to River: Iowa’s Forgotten Highway 6” tells the story behind the Wilton, Iowa Candy Kitchen restaurant. From its Greek origins to it’s classic Americana present, the heart and soul of this colorful little soda shop on a two-lane highway will always be Thelma and George Nopoulos.

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