The Timberline Paw Print

The Student News Site of Timberline High School

The Timberline Paw Print

The Timberline Paw Print

Protesters huddle outside the Idaho state capitol during the Bans off our Bodies march on Saturday, May 14.

Roe v. Wade: What does it all mean?

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative May 18, 2022

Late Monday, May 2, 2022, the Virginian media company Politico leaked a 98-page draft opinion written by Samuel Alito, the associate justice of the Supreme Court. But this wasn’t just any mundane Supreme...

A Vanity Fair First Look shows Daisy Edgar-Jones as Kya and Taylor John Smith as Tate Walker in the movie adaptation of Where the Crawdads Sing.

Idaho Author in Hot Water Ahead of Movie Adaptation Release

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative May 3, 2022

In August of 2018, Delia Owens’ (an author currently residing in Boundary County, Idaho) debut novel Where the Crawdads Sing instantly gained worldwide attention and adoration. As of April 2022, the...

A horologist in New Jersey cleans clocks before adding an hour to account for daylight savings time.

Permanent Daylight Savings: Has the Time Come to Stop the Clock?

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative March 18, 2022

Every year, twice a year, we are forced to turn our alarm clocks this way and that in order to account for the change between daylight savings and standard time. Having to consider  the change is a draining...

From left to right: Kamila Valieva, Alexandra Trusova, and Anna Scherbakova

Everything That Went Down in the Women’s Figure Skating Olympic Final

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative February 25, 2022

On the 1st of Feb. 2022, 15-year-old figure skater Kamila Valieva and the Russian Olympic Committee's (ROC) Figure Skating team arrived in Beijing ahead of the 2022 Winter Olympics. Less than a week later,...

Workers observe one of the many signs and statues erected in honor of the Beijing Olympics.

Beijing Olympics: Celebration or Controversy?

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative February 4, 2022

If one thing’s for certain, it's that the Winter Olympics of this year are not what they were expected to be. They come only 180 days after the humid days of the Tokyo Games, which were delayed due to...

Mr. Crisp stands in his classroom sporting a Hawaiian shirt, along with his massive cardboard cutout of former President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

A History Teacher for the Books

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative January 21, 2022

As you wander through the halls of Timberline, you may hear the murmurs of students, or the clacking of keyboards, perhaps even the whirring of a pottery wheel. But you should consider yourself lucky to...

How to Get Through Finals Week

How to Get Through Finals Week

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative December 19, 2021

You can probably imagine it in your mind: the sound of the bell ringing for the final time of the calendar year, the bustle as everyone launches out the doorway, and the feeling of being completely free...

Gabby, a Boxer mix, dressed in a Christmas sweater is now available for adoption at the Idaho Humane Society.

In the Spirit of Giving

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative December 9, 2021

Twinkling lights. The smell of sweet pine. Familiar melodies. The crinkling of shopping bags. Floods of nostalgic memories swell this time of year as the Christmas season emerges. Of course, there are...

Your Timberline Girls Varsity Basketball team for the 2021/2022 season. Top row, left to right: Jamysen Yates, Taysia Wilson, Lexi Blais, Lauren McCall, Audrey Taylor, Emma Heniger, Maryn McDaniel. Bottom row, left to right: Kailey Huegerich, Aly Cox, Piper Davis, Grace Mertes, Sophie Glancey.

Weekly Timberline Sports Updates

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative November 15, 2021

Sports Update 11/29-12/3 Hey Wolves! We here at the Timberline Paw Print hope your Thanksgiving break. Remember, there's only 3.5 weeks until the end of the semester, and then Christmas! Make sure you...

Two wolf pups cower in their den in January of 2014. Photograph taken by Hilary Cooley of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services.

Timberline Wolf Pups Slaughtered Without Cause

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative November 9, 2021

In early spring of 2021, a wolf pack residing in central Idaho gave birth to at least eight pups. In late spring of 2021, those same eight pups were slaughtered in their own den. Innocent creatures, faced...

This is YOUR weekly report of everything going on around campus!

What’s Up Wolfpack

By: Annabel Lawrence , Zoey Jares, and Claire Ivers October 27, 2021

Hey Wolves, as the year comes to a close school continues to get more stressful. With finals and AP exams coming up soon and grade standards looming over our heads, you might find yourself feeling lost....

The team huddles together, cheering, after winning a long rally.

Wolves Volleyball: Regular Season Recap

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative October 15, 2021

This volleyball season has had its fair share of challenges for Timberline Varsity Volleyball, who end their regular season with an in-conference record of 5-4. The season started off strong, with two...

Load More Stories
Donate to The Timberline Paw Print

Activate Search