Chances are that an event you were planning to attend in 2020 was canceled. In-person gatherings are beginning to come back, and the Choctaw Nation is no exception.
Coming out of a year of limited contact, many people have realized that it's their weird, wacky, sometimes frustrating family members they miss the most. As COVID-19 restrictions are beginning to be lifted, families are starting to plan their family reunions.
Many tribal members and associates were affected with sickness and loss of family members during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It doesn't matter if you are a beginner to paddling or an experienced kayaker. Choctaw Country has something to offer anyone who wants to escape the summer heat and get on the water.
Medical student, Ashton Gatewood gained more than patient care skills and clinical knowledge during her Summer Tribal Externship at the Chickasaw Nation Purcell Health Clinic.
Choctaw tribal members planning to attend a vocational school, college or university may qualify for extra support from Choctaw Nation's Higher Education and Career Development programs.
Coach Jimmie Wyrick often tells his girls to button up the chin strap and take their struggles head-on to remain as positive as they can. After the initial shock, that's just what they did.
The Cultural Center, located on Highway 75 in Durant, Oklahoma, uses interactive and immersive exhibits and cutting-edge technology to tell the story of the Choctaw people, which spans over 14,000 years.
Summer is in full swing in the Choctaw Nation. In-person events are starting up again, and it is so wonderful to see everyone begin to live life again.