PhilNews 2014

Raton Press

In 2011, PhilNews made a transition from an 8.5x11 inch format to a newsprint format.


2014 PhilNews Team



NPS Manager
Bryan Hayek


PhilNews Editor
Amanda Push


PhilNews Writers
Scott Allen
Dallas Elmore
Kyle Nutter
Emet Ramirez-Blood


Photography Manager
Erin Irwin


Photographers
Kaitlyn Chaballa
Morgan Court
Christine Henri
Stephen Maurer
John Mitchell
Cassidy Johnson
Bethany Nilson


Photo Lab Lead
Imara Chew


Photo Lab Techs
Collin Anderson
Peter Friendland


Marketing Manager
Jessica Micheli


Marketing Staff
Dominic Baima


Lead Videographer
Gabe Marchetti


Videographer
Connor Black

Issue Date Feature Stories More inside!
0 May 29
  • Return to Scouting Paradise
  • Sharing the Journey
  • The View From up Top
  • A Job Well Done
  • A Million Moments
  • An Amazing Journey
  • A Sense of Curiosity
  • Chaplain's Corner
May 29, 2014 Banquet
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1 June 6
  • Work Worth Doing
  • What's New at Philmont
  • Prepping for Scatter
  • Ask the Rangers
  • The Ranger Mile: Exploring Philmont's Southwest Country
  • Chase Ranch Wrangles Cimarron History
  • Railroad History Steams into Metcalf Station
  • PhilFlashback: Doctor Schley
June 7th, 2014 Issue 1
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2 June 13
  • Ranger Rendezvous
  • In Living History
  • Mark's Minute: Roosevelt and the Life Stance
  • The Ranger Mile: Hiking the Clear Creek Trail
  • Lesson of the Week: On my Honor, I will do my Best to do my Duty
  • Research the Bear Necessities
  • Inspiration: A Daily Creation
  • How Camps get Their Name: The Central Edition
June 13th, 2014 Issue 2
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3 June 20
  • International Scounting Comes to PTC
  • Participants Arrive at Philmont
  • Pro-Scouting Interest Reception
  • Mark's Minute: Walking the Talk
  • The Ranger Mile: Hidden Gems in Central Country
  • Sustaining for Philmont's Future
  • First Scouts at the Chase Ranch
  • Students Think Every Moment
June 20st, 2014 Issue 3
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4 June 27
  • Outing in Scouting
  • PhilNeighbors
  • PhilFashion: Who Wore it Better?
  • Mark's Minute: Be an Intensively Active Listener
  • The Ranger Mile: Early-Season Adventures in the Valle Vidal
  • Conquering New Heights
  • Logging an Experience of a Lifetime
  • History Blurb: The Geological Side
June 27st, 2014 Issue 4
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5 July 4
  • Remembrance at the Casa
  • Backcountry Horse Camps
  • OA Advisor Seminar
  • Mark's Minute: Second Mile Service
  • The Ranger Mile: Take a Hike to Fish Camp
  • Day in the Life: Conservation Work Crew
  • PhilNeigbor: Carson National Forest
  • PhilFashion: Who Wore it Better?
July 4th, 2014 Issue 5
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6 July 11
  • 92nd Maverick Club Rodeo
  • Mark's Minute: One Million Backcountry Participants
  • The Ranger Mile: Baldy Mountain and Hidden Treasures of the North Country
  • Mining Through History
  • Mountain men and Black Powder
  • Carson National Forest Community Meeting in Cimarron
  • LDS Leadership Conference at PTC
  • What's New: Metcalf Station
July 11th, 2014 Issue 6
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7 July 18
  • Pro-Scouting Interest Reception
  • Three Generations
  • 2014 Winter Job Fair List
  • Mark's Minute Philmont Friendships
  • The Ranger Mile: Adventure into Carson National Forest: Little Costilla
  • Reload and Shoot
  • Trading Post / Commissary
  • Seton Birthday Reception and Gallery Opening
July 18th, 2014 Issue 7
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8 July 25
  • Amtrack Visits the Ranch
  • Silver Sage Award Ceremony
  • Mark's Minute: Philmont's New Look
  • The Ranger Mile: Doin' it Right: Black Death and Super Black Death
  • History Blurb: Ernest Thompson Seton
  • Pioneering the Past
  • Touring Through Time
  • NAYLE Inspires Leaders of the Future
July 25th, 2014 Issue 8
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9 August 1
  • Backcountry Bookends: A to V in the Valle Vidal
  • Rayado Ridge Dedication
  • Dan Beard Challenge Course
  • Mark's Minutes
  • The Ranger Marathon
  • The STEM of the Universe
  • Exploring the Wheeler Park Wilderness
  • Dallas On Days Off: Rocky Mountain National Park
August 1st, 2014 Issue 9
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10 August 8
  • New and Old on the North Ponil
  • Philmont's Water System
  • Mark's Minute: Last(ing) Impressions
  • The Ranger Mile: Tossin' a Line
  • Staff Amigo
  • Rangers VS. Backcountry
  • "Philmont Scout Ranch? What the Heck is That?"
  • Tim Crofton
August 8th, 2014 Issue 10
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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.