The US Supreme Court upholds ICWA with a 7-2 vote, protecting Native American children from being removed from their tribal communities for fostering or adoption.
Workshops, college trips and tours and cultural enrichment among the many things available at the seventh annual Project Pelichi STEAM Camp.
The Choctaw people were forcibly removed from their homeland 193 years ago. From 500-mile bike rides to memorial walks, descendants of the people who made that fateful journey remember the strength and sacrifices of their ancestors in their own way.
After hundreds of years of playing stickball the sport continues to thrive in the Choctaw Nation.
Choctaw artist Carole Ayers' work is currently on display at the Choctaw Cultural Center. Carole's watercolor paintings illustrate various aspects of Choctaw heritage and celebrate culture in its diverse forms.
Parts of the country have already experienced above average temperatures. As summer begins, more above average temperatures are expected.
The Choctaw Nation 2023 Memorial Day ceremony was held at the Choctaw Capitol Grounds at Tvshka Homma.
Games of beach volleyball, important program information, food and fellowship were offered at the 2023 Outreach at the Beach held on June 7 at Sardis Lake in Clayton, Oklahoma.
Choctaw Nation Health Services continues to expand and provide exemplary service to tribal members.
Remembering those that have come before us, those that have served us, those that sacrificed, and those that are still sacrificing, princess pageants and graduations all going on in District 3.
Memorial Day, elder appreciation, and a ribbon cutting among the many things that recently happened in District 4.
In Matthew 26:52 we read the response of Jesus. Then said Jesus unto him, “Put up again thy sword into his place: for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.”