A Stonewall Police Department patrol vehicle, shown Thursday.
Richard R. Barron is Chief Photographer for The Ada News and Ada Magazine. Richard has been at the News since October 1988. Prior to coming to Ada, Richard worked as staff photographer for The Shawnee News-Star. Richard attended Oklahoma University.
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Richard and his wife, Abby S. M. Barron, share hobbies that include hiking, climbing, camping and photography in the adventure playground of the Colorado Plateau, flying, gardening, music, writing, and film-making.
East Central University President John Hargrave, far right, presents his grandchildren to a crowd gathered to celebrate his retirement Friday …
Kay Hargrave straightens a lapel pin for her husband, retiring East Central University President John Hargrave, at a dinner honoring Hargrave …
East Central University President John Hargrave presents roses to his wife Kay at a dinner marking his retirement Friday at ECU's Chickasaw Bu…
Edwina Lowry, director of operations for Abba's Tables. speaks Wednesday at the facility. The Ada News' Philanthropy Board is teaming up with …
Financial planner Richard Bailey discusses fiscal matters Wednesday at Abba's Tables, a nonprofit organization dedicated to feeding hungry Ada…
A pickup crosses railroad tracks on Homer-Francis Road near Oakman Tuesday. Pontotoc County commissioners say the crossing is dangerous and wi…
Pontotoc County commissioners continue their search for a solution to fund EMS and jail operations.
East Central University student Maurice Jilles studies in the Harland C. Stonecipher School of Business Thursday.
Firefighters are battling a large grass fire in northeast Ada.