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Attorney Megan Treuer stands outside of the Pamida store in Bemidji. Her mother is a Leech Lake Ojibwe band member. Treuer was only a child when skeletal remains of 22 people were uncovered as an addition to the store was being built in 1988. The Pamida store will close next month, and Treuer would like to see the building removed to restore honor to a site their ancestors occupied for thousands of years. Tom Robertson|MPR News 91.3 FM

Questions surround American Indian remains at Bemidji store site

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The planned closing of a Pamida store in Bemidji next month is raising questions about what will happen to Native American remains on the property.

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