The Choctaw Nation has had another successful year. View Chief Gary Batton's State of the Nation for updates on tribal initiatives, programs and services highlights and Choctaw success stories.
The Choctaw Nation Police Force has been renamed Lighthorse in honor of the law men that helped enforce the law for a young Choctaw Nation.
Chief Gary Batton believes in working hard to overcome life's obstacles, but he also knows that having support and encouragement are crucial to succeeding in beating those challenges.
Leaders of the Five Tribes passed a resolution of ‘no confidence in Wes Nofire or the position of Native American Liaison’ within Governor Stitt’s Administration
"Wes Nofire cannot be an effective advocate for tribes in Oklahoma or act as a bridge between the governor and tribes when he clearly echoes the same anti-tribal rhetoric as the governor," Leaders of the Five Tribes said.
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma revenue for fiscal year 2024 is projected to be nearly 3 percent higher than the prior year, driven primarily by increases in commerce and healthcare.
Imagine the U.S. government took your home, but promised to give you other land and protections in exchange. Now, imagine someone came along years later and told you those agreements don't count anymore, because it encroaches on power they want for themselves.
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma held another successful Labor Day festival where Chief Gary Batton was sworn in for his third consecutive term on Sept. 1 at the historical capitol grounds in Tvshka Homma.
The State of the Nation is so important to the Choctaw Nation, that I have decided to highlight this year's presentation as my post this week.
As the number of foster homes decreases in many states, the Choctaw Nation has made recruiting foster families a priority.
New temporary exhibit at Choctaw Cultural Center features the work of generations of Choctaw basket weavers displayed alongside contemporary Choctaw art.