Staying active later in life important to healthy aging.
The Choctaw Nation Wellness Center in Durant hosted the elder chair volleyball regional qualifier tournament on Thursday, July 28.
The 2022 Choctaw Irish Scholarship recipients, Skylee Glass and Aurianna Joines-Palmer, will leave soon to pursue their masters degrees abroad.
Chief Gary Batton had the honor of throwing the first pitch before the Texas Rangers vs. the Chicago White Sox game on August 5.
Instilling healthy habits in children can stop obesity before it starts.
Chief Gary Batton and CNO Executive Director of Advanced Technology Initiatives James Grimsley participated in the "White House Summit on Advanced Air Mobility" on August 3, 2022, in Washington, D.C.
The most common cause of death among American Indian and Alaskan Natives (AI/AN) is heart disease, with cancer following a close second, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Both causes of death can be partially attributed to commercial tobacco use.
District 11 first language speaker, Betty Thomas, was honored at the August 13 Choctaw Tribal Council meeting.
The Choctaw Cultural Center will offer a chance to learn tips and tricks on writing spooky stories from award-winning Choctaw author Tim Tingle this fall.
Knowing what's involved and what needs to happen before death can take some stress away from family members so they can grieve and heal in a healthier way.
September is here, and like everyone else, I am excited that we will be able to celebrate Labor Day in person with each other this year!
Webster defines brainwashing as "a forcible indoctrination to induce someone to give up basic political, social, or religious beliefs and attitudes and to accept contrasting regimented ideas." Every human being is brainwashed to some degree by one philosophy or another. If the right kind of "wash" is used, there is nothing wrong with brainwashing.