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  • Timberlake grad sets the tempo so everyone can groove

    Jordon Nield had his heart set on the saxophone, but there weren’t any left when he signed up for sixth-grade band. There was one lonely instrument left to choose from, …

  • Timberlake High school

    Class of 2015 Expected to graduate are:

  • Timberlake grad hopes to one day help families just like hers

    Kari Harmon found a note from Santa last winter, tucked in a box among the Christmas decorations, as she and her mom pulled them out for the season. The note …

  • Timberlake High evacuated after gas leak in water heater

    Students evacuated this morning from Timberlake High School in Spirit Lake likely will be allowed back into the building by 9 a.m., said Lakeland School District business manager Tom Taggart.

  • Tigers boasts veteran lineup

    The good news for the Timberlake High football team is it returns nine two-way starters. The bad new is the Tigers’ depth is razor thin.


    Kaycie Miller knew she liked to write, so she decided why not take a journalism class. Three years later, Timberlake High School’s newspaper, Tiger Tracks, received national recognition and numerous …

  • Timberlake junior still aims higher

    It would be accurate to say that Travis Porter came out of nowhere last year for the Timberlake High School boys track and field team. It also would be accurate …

  • Thompson leading Timberlake turnaround

    SPIRIT LAKE – In some states, eighth-graders are allowed to participate in high school athletics. Timberlake High girls basketball coach Matt Miller would have loved a fifth year of eligibility …



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