PhilNews 2018

Raton Press

2018 PhilNews Team

MPS Manager
Imara Chew

PhilNews Editor
Elizabeth Harper

PhilNews Writers
Mark Cordeiro
Micheal W. Michelsen, Jr.

Photo Managers
Clay Helfrick
Shane Mrozek

Nick Castelli
Whitney Dumford
Jess McClelland
Thomas Meade
Ryan Soldanels
Alex Zarynow

Lead Marketing Specialist
Liam Inbody

Graphic Designer
Dally Clark

Ian Chamberlin
Blake Ellis
Harry Oakes

Issue Date Feature Stories More inside!
4 July 6
  • This is the final issue for 2018
  • Into the Black: Ute Gulch
  • Chief Scout shows support
  • A Tale of Two Taylors
  • Mapping Out Philmont
  • Spotting Wildlife while at Philmont
  • The Ranger Mile: Sugarite Canyon State Park
  • Chaplain’s Bio: Pastor Wally
  • The Chaplain's Corner
  • For the Aspiring Photographers at Philmont
2017 Issue 4
3 June 29
  • Voices from the Valle: Green Battalion Sounds Off
  • Revitalizing the Villa
  • Outfitting Helps Outfit Local School
  • Ranger Mile: Not Your Typical Colorado Adventure
  • Be Smart About Bears
  • Enjoying the Night Skies at Philmont
  • Meet the chaplains
  • Chaplain's corner: Still Changing Lives
2017 Issue 3
2 June 22
  • A Tribute to Scouting's Past
  • Cimarron Forum Gives Hope
  • The Many Roles of Logistics
  • Working to Restore
  • Ranch Leadership: Laws of Teamwork
  • Soak Up the Sun (Safely)
  • Ranger Mile: The Villa Philmonte
  • Anticipating New Growth for Wildlife Post-Fire
  • Chaplain's corner: Why Philmont is God's Country
2018 Issue 2
1 June 11
  • Staff Spirit Soar Despite Evacuation
  • Wear it Well
  • Return to Roving Prospectors
  • The Ranger Mile: Close to HOmE
  • History Lives On
  • Meet the chaplains
  • Chaplain's corner: Climbing the Mountain
2018 Issue 1
Banquet May 29
  • New additions
  • Change Lives
  • Decoding the First Day
  • New Adventures
  • One of a kind
  • Food for thought
  • Sharpen your saw
  • Fast and furious
  • Creating a new home
  • Reflection
  • Award winning ToTT
  • Making a Difference
2018 Banquet Issue


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.