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Timberline students hold signs while protesting teacher Laura Boultons suspension.

Timberline Students Protest Suspension of Teacher Laura Boulton

By: Annabel Lawrence, Editor in-Chief September 25, 2023

On Thursday, Sept. 14, a crowd of approximately 150 Timberline students stood across the street from their own school during fourth period, protesting the suspension of math teacher and AAPI club leader...

Timberline girls Sammy Amick, Kayla Lee, Mina Boam, Ella Arnzen and Sydney Simpson, posing with there score at the Nampa Invite

Timberline on the Tee Box

By: Mina Boam , Reporter September 21, 2023

Golf is in full swing this school year. The Timberline girls' golf team recently played in the Nampa Invite on September 5th and shot 374 overall. Junior, Ella Arnzen, took first place, her second win...

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Student Ran Newspaper On Timberlines Campus-

By: Mrs. Stephanie Jones, Adviser August 29, 2023 For More Information- Check out the Slides.

One of Americas most prestigious, well known, and expensive colleges Harvard costs $78,000 per year.

Degree vs Debt: Is College Worth the Rising Cost?

By: Cara Halford, Writer May 3, 2023

The idea of college is often associated with ivy covered halls, decorated dorms, professors with sweater vests, and creative classes. However, college is also increasingly aligned with rising costs: costs...

The TikTok app downloaded on a citizens phone

TikTok in Turmoil

By: Cara Halford, Writer March 14, 2023

Viral dances, catchy songs, ever changing trends. These are all things associated with TikTok, the app that has taken over the world. But recently a surprising new phrase has been brought into the mix:...

Boisians gather outside the capitol in March to show their support for Ukraine

One Year Later: The War in Ukraine

By: Cara Halford, Writer February 24, 2023

In the dawn hours of February 24th, 2022 Russia invaded Ukraine in a military barrage that triggered the largest European conflict since World War Ⅱ. One year later the war continues to grind on, leaving...

At the Boise capitol building, flowers are placed next to the photos of those killed in the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas

Mass Shootings in 2022: What Does It All Mean?

By: Cara Halford and Jisong Ryu December 19, 2022

As another year draws to a close, Americans mourn those killed in the 611 mass shootings in 2022, marking the second-worst year for gun violence in eight years. But mass shootings are nothing new in America,...

Youth climate activists organize at a rally advocating for Idaho solar power

Youth Are Changing the Political Landscape

By: Jisong Ryu, Writer December 15, 2022

These past years have been characterized with monumental events: the COVID-19 pandemic, resurgence of the BLM movement in 2020, the January 6th Capitol riot, and overturning Roe v. Wade in June 2022. While...

The Administrative Building at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. 9

Idaho Grieves Murders of Four University of Idaho Students

By: Annabel Lawrence, Editor in-Chief November 28, 2022

Four students at the University of Idaho were found dead in their apartment over two weeks ago on the morning of Nov. 13, considered to be victims of an apparent homicide. Police were made aware of an...

We are all grateful for Sources of Strength and the gratitude week they put together!

What Are YOU Grateful For?

By: Zoey Jares and Lily Elgart November 17, 2022

Hey Wolves! As we wrap up the year with the holidays we decided to spotlight some gratitude around the school! Enjoy this slideshow of Timberline staff and students showing us what they are grateful for...

A colonial house on Warm Springs holding historic qualities that do not go unnoticed, and unloved.

Warm Springs Avenue: Unifying Charm and Renewable Energy

By: Ally Metzler, Staff Writer/Photographer/Social Media Manager November 15, 2022

Warm Springs Avenue has been a part of Boise since 1870. Named after the Kelly Hot Springs that the original street’s dirt road led to, the avenue has been an integral part of Boise’s history and continues...

Latter Day Saints temple in the headquarters of Salt Lake City, Utah

Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey vs The LDS Church

By: Cara Halford, Writer November 9, 2022

A group of young women clad in pastel dresses and elaborate french braids stare adoringly up at a picture of a single man: Warren Jeffs. This haunting picture is one of the cover images for the...

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