Herald Extra

B&W engineer honored

Ronald C. Lenzer, an engineer with more than 40 years of service at Babcock & Wilcox, has been named the 39th recipient of the company’s Engineering Honors Award in recognition of his professional achievements, dedication and mentorship. Lenzer, a North Canton resident and technical consultant in B&W’s Barberton office, is known for his significant achievements…

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It’s BMS night at the library

CourtesyPhoto/ Jessica Crawford. Barberton Middle School fifth-graders, Anthony Daugherty, Trevor Gasper, Nathan Greathouse and Micah Sutton enjoy an evening at the Barberton Public Library, sponsored by fifth-grade language arts teachers at BMS and the Children’s librarians at the Barberton Public Library.

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Students take on wordy challenge

Courtesy Photo/Chrystal Cotner. Eighth-graders Logan Mitchell and Coby Kamp complete a heteronym challenge using their Chromebook in Ms. Cotner’s language arts class at Barberton Middle School. Heteronyms are words spelled the same but with different meanings and pronunciations.      

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Hoot did my owl eat?

Fifth-graders in Mrs. Manocchio’s science class at Barberton Middle School learn about birds of prey by dissecting an owl pellet. After gathering animal bones from the owl pellets, students classify the bones to identify what animal the owl ate. Courtesy Photos by Jessica Krege L-BMS Owl 1 Courtesy 03-29-18 Mr. Andric, BMS principal, and Mrs.…

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Kimble hosts second public meeting

  Michelle DeShon Herald Staff Writer To make sure Barberton residents are in the loop with new trash hauler, Kimble Recycling and Disposal, public meetings were hosted by the city. Business Development Director Don Johnson said the supervisor who has been assigned to Barberton visited the morning of the Feb. 27 meeting. Each cart has…

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It’s a word to the wise

Fifth-graders in Mrs. Gilliland’s Barberton Middle School language arts class choose a vocabulary term, create a lesson and teach that word to their classmates, who take notes from the lesson.

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‘A Man Called Ove’

Reviewed by Mary Kay Ball Community Health Librarian Ove Lindall is the resident curmudgeon in his housing development. He is grumpy, critical, and controlling. He does not suffer fools gladly and is quick to call people names and demonstrate his frustrations openly. However, there is more to Ove than his gruff exterior. Underneath all of…

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Students build towers

Asia Townsend and Elizabeth Gass, third-graders at Elementary East, are involved in the Science Club, Wednesday’s after school. The students used spaghetti and marshmallows to build towers.

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