This month, the National Park Service said it expects to complete its review of the Menominee Nation’s application to list an ancient indigenous burial ground called Anaem Omot on the National Register. If approved, it will mark a victory for the Menominee Nation in a long-running battle to stop Gold Resources Corp. from building a gold mine within part of the proposed site boundary. Read the full story by MLive.
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