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Moscow Police hover around the home where the victims were slain.

Idaho Grieves Following Murders of Four University of Idaho Students

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative 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...

Plural marriage cover of Netflixs newest FLDS series, Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey

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...

Photo by: Pizza Pie Cafe on Google

The Last Day of Pizza Pie Cafe

By: Eric Olbera, Writer November 8, 2022

A local business, Pizza Pie Cafe on Broadway Avenue, with a history of seven and half years in the Treasure Valley has recently closed, and along it came the recollections of fun memories at the establishment...

Were Running Out of Potatoes?!?

We’re Running Out of Potatoes?!?

By: Zoey Jares, Staff Reporter/Advice/Sports November 3, 2022

If you weren’t already aware, Idaho is typically recognized across the nation for its abundance of high-quality potatoes. Our state alone accounts for about one-third of potato production in the nation....

An Alien Invasion in the Timberline Cafeteria


By: Ryan Finke, Writer October 27, 2022

We all know that Timberline has been INFESTED with aliens for a long time now. But some of you simple-minded fools just can’t quite process this. Even though I shouldn’t have to inform you about the...

This image took first place in the digital category at the Colorado State Fair.

Artwork Made by Artificial Intelligence: The Future or a Step Back?

By: Ryan Finke, Writer October 27, 2022

Recently, new artificial intelligence software has been trending. This AI software creates art from a phrase you type into its search engine. It scans the web for images related to words or phrases and...

Image Courtesy of Netflix

Reviewing Dahmer

By: Noah Danielson, Writer October 27, 2022

Dahmer-Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story created by Ryan Murphy is a show documenting Dahmer's progression through life starting in a dysfunctional household. As a viewer, you feel like you grow up with...

Students gathering at a van for lunch.

Getting Involved is Trending: Clubs and Activities Around Timberline

By: Ryan Finke, Writer October 26, 2022

  Whether this is your last year at Timberline, or you just got here, joining clubs and participating in various activities is one of the best ways to get involved and meet new people with similar...

A young woman takes the first shot of her BeReal at a sporting event. The next shot will flip from the selfie camera to the back camera, taking a picture of her surroundings.

How One App Is Bringing Authenticity Back To Social Media

By: Annabel Lawrence, Staff Reporter/Sports/Investigative October 20, 2022

Late in 2020, two French app developers released a social media app that they called BeReal. For almost two years their creation existed in relative obscurity, and it wasn't until early 2022 when the app...


Are social media influencers creating a resurgence of the gilded age?

By: Nicole Hill, Writer October 18, 2022

The gilded age was a turbulent time in American history, with business booming but workers rights becoming close to none. But now from family vlogger scandals, to the repeatedly said feeling of burnout...

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