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Joe Day talks about his 30-year career in public service as a liaison between the American Indian community and state and local governments. A retirement party is 1-4 p.m. Saturday at the American Indian Resource Center. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Joe Day: Cultural liaison retires

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Joe Day's three-decade career of serving as a liaison between American Indian and white cultures ends with a captive audience.

Day, 64, is retiring after serving as an American Indian liaison with the state Department of Corrections, a post he held for three years.

"What I was hired for was to bring the American Indian culture into the facilities - both for the staff and for the inmates," Day said.

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