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5K Run Steps Forward for Missing, Murdered Native Women
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma's Outreach Services Program will host a run and walk to help bring awareness to the issue of violence against Native American women. The 2nd Annual Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women 5K Run and 1 Mile Run/Walk will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 13 at the Choctaw Community Center in Antlers.
Choctaw Casinos & Resorts Recognizes Women Associates in Honor of International Women’s Month
March is International Women's History Month, Choctaw Casinos & Resorts have chosen to highlight seven female associates who have worked in casino gaming for more than 20 years. They have initiated change in their communities, the workplace and in a predominantly male-driven industry.
Local Athlete, Teacher and Tribal Member Michaela Richbourg Featured in New Choctaw Nation Series, ‘Choctaw Proud’
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma's new series of the Together, We're More campaign titled 'Choctaw Proud' features different tribal members each month. This month Choctaw Nation spotlights tribal member Michaela Richbourg, a Broken Bow native and currently teaching and coaching in Allen.
Not Me Human Trafficking Community Conference held at the Choctaw Nation Event Center
Nine public schools from across Southeastern Oklahoma attended the early morning event which featured speakers from the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women, Spring, Oklahoma Drug Intelligence, and the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.
Third Annual Trail of Tears Virtual Journey Kicks Off in March
This year's virtual/online route will take participants over 620 miles from Nanih Waiya Mound in Mississippi to Nanih Waiya in Oklahoma through cities such as Memphis, Little Rock, and Fort Smith.
Choctaw Nation Law Enforcement Honored
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (CNO) law enforcement officers were honored Jan. 25 for actions above and beyond the call of duty in 2022.
Poteau Father-Daughter Duo Featured in New Choctaw Nation Series, ‘Choctaw Proud’
Dewayne Hornbuckle and his daughter Kyra Hornbuckle, of Poteau are Choctaw tribal members who share a passion for Choctaw culture, particularly stickball. As members of the Tvshka Homma stickball team, this father-daughter duo is proud to be part of the revitalization of Choctaw culture through this ancient sport.