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More Than a Tvshka

The Choctaw culture relies on family connections to grow and prosper. When families share cultural knowledge, skills and stories, we know the future is in good hands. Dewayne Hornbuckle passed his love of stickball to his daughter Kyra. See how their relationship with each other and the game has strengthened their connection to the Choctaw community.

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma 2022 Annual Report

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2022 Year in Review

The Choctaw Nation values service to others, community partnerships and progress. By working with our neighbors and being mindful of the future impacts of our present decisions, we have set a path for success that will last for several generations.

Public Hearing Notice

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Public Hearing Notice

The Choctaw Nation will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, February 8, 2023, from 2 pm to 3 pm CST. The in-person location for this hearing is 4451 Choctaw Rd., Durant, Oklahoma. This hearing will also have a virtual link available for those who wish to attend virtually.

Community Cultural Meetings

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2023 Community Cultural Meetings Schedule

Chief Gary Batton and Assistant Chief Jack Austin Jr. invite you and your family to a Community Cultural Meeting where you will learn more about the services the Choctaw Nation provides.

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More Than a Craftsman

The things we do today resonate into the future in ways we cannot measure. In this video, Brenner Billy explains why making stickball sticks impacts more than just the game and the players who use them.

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Unstoppable

First responders and public safety officers protect and serve their communities every day, and volunteers are critical to those efforts. Volunteer firefighter Jake Trujillo draws on the strength of his family and his team to get the job done.

COVID-19, Flu, and RSV Care Kits

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COVID-19, Flu and RSV Care Kits

Protect yourself from COVID-19, influenza (the flu), and RSV (respiratory syncytial virus infection). Care kits are available to all tribal members with a Chahta Achvffa account. These can be useful to prevent serious illness from several diseases that are spread quickly through the winter months.