PhilNews 2006

Raton Press

In 2012, PhilNews made a transition from an 8.5x11 inch format to a newsprint format.


2006 PhilNews Team


Editor-in-Chief
John Van Dreese


NPS Manager
Stuart Sinclair


PhilNews Manager
Benjamin Foote


PhilNews Staff
Angelo Pompeo
Kate Shipley
Eric Stann


Photo Manager
Kimberly Banzhaf


Issue Date Feature Stories More inside!
11 August 18
  • A Philmont Farewell
  • 2006 Philmont Photo Contest
  • Happy Trails to You, Until We Meet
    Again
August 18, 2006 Issue 11
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10 August 11
  • Miles From Nowhere...
  • The Past and Future are bright for GIS
  • Galloway, Dowty receive highest OA award
  • 1st Annual Philmont Moustache and Beard Competition
  • 2006 PhilNews Cover Contest Runner-Ups
  • The Manly Men of Pueblano Know All
  • Correction: Greenwood Canyon Trail...
    A Team Effort
August 11, 2006 Issue 10
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9 August 4
  • The shoes of Philmont march to New York City
  • Greenwood Canyon Trail: Trail-way to Heaven
  • Cito Cons team has all-around impact
  • The people on the bus say ‘Thanks, thanks, thanks’
  • Insidious loss of Philmont property to colonization by the vast (75 sq. mi.) Principality of Liechtenstein
  • Where are you going?
  • Chaplain's Corner
August 4, 2006 Issue 9
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8 July 28
  • John Clark: The brains behind the business
  • Burr-ific at Black Mountain
  • The Moose is Loose
  • PSA works to protect the Valle Vidal
  • Phil-History, Phil-Magic
  • Good Deeds — Service to All
  • Chaplain's Corner
July 28, 2006 Issue 8
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7 July 21
  • Miles From Nowhere...
  • Trading Post website Continues to be a Hit
  • From Ireland to Cimarron: Patrick Kelly
  • The Torn Leaf
  • Everything we learn is useful
  • Chaplain's Corner
July 21, 2006 Issue 7
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6 July 14
  • Miles From Nowhere...
  • Double H provides rural wilderness experience
  • New Campfire, Old Traditions
  • Ranch Hands Brought Together at Philmont
  • The Manly Men of Pueblano Know All
  • Use it or lose it
  • Chaplain's Corner
July 14, 2006 Issue 6
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5 July 2
  • Miles From Nowhere...
  • Life’s a SAR at Carson Meadows
  • The 83rd Maverick Club Rodeo
  • Wolves let loose in Barker Wildlife Area
  • Backstage pass with the USAF Thunderbirds
  • Thoughts on “Getting along” at Philmont
  • The St. George Trek
July 2, 2006 Issue 5
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3 June 23
  • Miles From Nowhere...
  • Rivera Mesa fire threatens Philmont
  • History comes alive at Philmont
    Museum
  • Philmont arrowhead patch travels to space
  • Beautiful country, ancient civilization meet
  • Longtime Philmont participant honored
    at campfire
  • Dirty Business
June 23, 2006 Issue 3
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1 June 9
  • Miles From Nowhere...
  • A Date With Miranda
  • Honoring Those in the Line of Duty
  • Do What You Like, Like What You Do
  • The Manly Men of Pueblano Know All
  • Invisible Dangers Hiding in the Water
  • Meet the Chaplains
June 9, 2006 Issue 1
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About Philmont Scout Ranch

Philmont Scout Ranch, the Boy Scouts of America's premier High Adventure™ base, challenges Scouts and Venturers with more than 214 square miles of rugged northern New Mexico wilderness. Backpacking treks, horseback cavalcades, and training and service programs offer young people many ways to experience this legendary country.