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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...

Check out the best ways to relieve your stress as the school year comes to an end and excitement for summer picks up!

5 Ways to Decompress Before Summer

By: Zoey Jares, Staff Reporter/ Advice May 9, 2022

As the final days of school wind down, school stress continues to rev up. Approaching the end of the school year tends to increase the pressure to succeed in school and that can be hard on students. If...

Learn more about one of Timberlines wonderful teachers, Mr. Gonser! He is an inspiration to his students and makes a huge difference at our school!

Getting Real with Gonser: A Teacher Spotlight

By: Zoey Jares, Staff Reporter/ Advice May 3, 2022

When you come to Timberline you will find an experience like no other. You’ll discover that the students have a strong, safe community and each caring staff member is always there to help you grow. One...

Timberline Tree Club: Idaho Environmental Forum

Timberline Tree Club: Idaho Environmental Forum

By: Zoey Jares, Staff Reporter/ Advice April 22, 2022

The Timberline Tree Club will be representing our school in the Idaho Environmental Forum. Timberline students will be able to voice their concerns and promote change. They meet in the auditorium Monday,...

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...

Only one of the many rallies where U.S. citizens march in support of Ukraine.

From the White House to Boise: We Take a Stand with Ukraine

By: Ally Metzler and Annabel Lawrence March 4, 2022

Russia's invasion on Ukraine is something no one is willing to stand for. Including one of Boise's very own, Nikola Pereski. A Serbian high school exchange student and member of the Flex program who is...

Girls Basketball: Unfinished Business, Finished.

Girl’s Basketball: Unfinished Business, Finished.

By: Zoey Jares, Staff Reporter/ Advice February 24, 2022

A dream for many, a goal for some, and now a reality for the Wolves. The state title was just within reach and the wolves had only 14.8 seconds to prove themselves to Boise high school. Timberline was...

Timberlines supply of masks, which will shortly be in less demand.

Timberline’s Take on Optional Masks

By: Ally Metzler, Staff Writer/Photographer/Social Media Manager February 16, 2022

On Monday night, the Boise School District had a board meeting and came to the conclusion that masks would be permitted optional after spring break, that date being March 25. After deciding to put all...

Valentines Day History Will Break Your Heart

Valentine’s Day History Will Break Your Heart

By: Zoey Jares, Staff Reporter/ Advice February 8, 2022

February 14 is now in sight and is approaching rapidly. People all over the world are ready to fill their Valentine's Day with love. Little do they know, the history behind this day is far more grim than...

Super Bowl LVI: The Battle Between Bengals and Rams

Super Bowl LVI: The Battle Between Bengals and Rams

By: Ally Metzler, Staff Writer/Photographer/Social Media Manager February 1, 2022

The National Football League’s 56th Super Bowl is approaching in no time and our Timberline staff wanted to weigh in with predictions on the outcome of the long-awaited championship. The rivalry against...

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...

Students in Ms. McCabes Mixed Media class. Mixing art with mask wearing.

Pack Strong Through Covid

By: Ally Metzler , Staff Writer/Photographer/Social Media Manager January 21, 2022

Since 2019, our planet has been battling against one of our biggest threats, the Corona Virus. The last update we gave on Covid-19 (September 23, 2o21) there were 246,749 cases and 2,687 in Idaho. Now,...

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