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A photo taken at the top of the Lucky Peak Dam Road that presents the beautiful lake and foothills.

Boise’s Best: Senior Destinations

By: Ally Metzler, Lead Photographer/Social Media Manager/Staff Reporter April 26, 2024

With graduation coming up fast for the graduating class of 2024, seniors are finding themselves wanting to take a trip down memory lane. So, what better way to reminisce about our high school career's...

Students work to prepare for the end of the year and beyond.

Senior Voices: Election Excitement?

By: Annabel Lawrence, Editor in-Chief April 23, 2024

When you’re a senior in high school, it often feels as though there are a million things to think about. There are not only the final weeks of school and the buzz of graduation, but there is also a future...

Ms. Roberts poses in front of her wall of  former student signatures.

A Wolfpack Legacy

By: Rian Kavulich, Design/Tech Lead April 8, 2024

This year seniors are not the only ones getting a farewell, as beloved English teacher Ms. Roberts is cashing in her well-earned retirement! Ms. Roberts teaches 5 AP Literature and Composition classes...

The clip poster in the hallway

Kindness Week

By: Belle Goodale, Staff Reporter March 15, 2024

We had an amazing kindness week this week! Lots of student and teacher appreciation, smiles and laughter. Here is a short recap of all of the days including outfits from myself, the newspaper team and...

The SkillsUSA logo, taken from a sticker.

A Guide to Skills USA

By: Belle Goodale, Staff Reporter March 13, 2024

What is SkillsUSA? Have you ever wondered or heard about it? Well I’m here to let you know all about Skills right here at Timberline and their connection to the Dennis Technical Education Center (DTEC)....

Elasgaray stands in front of light displays during the Christmas season.

The Wolfpack Exchange Students: Lucia Rodrigouz Elasgaray

By: Fiona Mikkelsen, Staff Reporter March 12, 2024

Wolves come from all over, in fact we have 9 students who have come across the country to enjoy Timberline culture this year. I got the honor of talking with one of them, Lucia Rodriguez Elesgaray. Let’s...

Jasper Cleary (sophomore), Mr. Claffey, Diego Lopez (Sophomore), Corrine Pixton (senior), Bannon Lynch (Junior), Yekyeong Lee (Junior), Garrett Eppich (Senior), and Quinn Valenzuela (Senior) at the First Presbyterian Church

Timberline Goes Baroque

By: Quinn Valenzuela, Staff Reporter March 4, 2024

On February 10th and 11th the Timberline Chamber Orchestra performed with the Boise Baroque Orchestra (BBO) at the First Presbyterian Church. BBO is a public orchestra that performs classic baroque pieces...

The Wolves cheer on their teammates.

Timberline Shows Out for Make-a-Wish Basketball Game

By: Regann Morgan, Staff Reporter March 4, 2024

On January 27th the Timberline Varsity Boys Basketball team raised awareness for the “Make a Wish” program, which gives kids with critical illness a wish to go somewhere they would like. We raised...

Our Timberline Seniors and Coaches for Boys Varsity Basketball. 2024

Boys Basketball takes a Senior Night Win

By: Regann Morgan, Staff Reporter February 28, 2024

Our Timberline Boys Varsity basketball team had a big win on February 6th vs. Boise High School Braves with a score of 58-47. Good job Wolves!

Hello Dolly, Farewell Seniors

Hello Dolly, Farewell Seniors

By: Mina Boam, Staff Reporter February 16, 2024

 The beginning of the second semester is a slow start for most students, but for the Timberline Choir, it is the most hectic time of the year. Fresh from the caroling season in December, the Timberline...

A picture of all of the bracelets before winners collected them. Kindness in pink, Hope in purple, Joy in blue, Unity in green, Love in red and Sweet in orange

Celebrating “Connections” with our Bracelet Bunch

By: Belle Goodale, Staff Reporter January 26, 2024

The entire staff hopes that everyone enjoyed our Winter Issue “Connections” which was about unity and community on campus and beyond. We had 5 golden tickets hidden within the newspapers and the winners...

What Happened to Flight 1282?

What Happened to Flight 1282?

By: Rian Kavulich, Design/Tech Lead January 26, 2024

On January 5th, Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 had an incident in which a fuselage panel ripped off while it was 16,000 feet in the air. The plane departed from Portland, OR and had to perform an emergency...

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