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- The New Zealand HeraldJun 20 01:26 PM
TAOS, New Mexico (AP) " Authorities resumed a search by air and ground Saturday in a New Mexico mountain range for a former White House chef who has now been missing for a week.New Mexico State Police spokeswoman Elizabeth Armijo...
- The Christian Science MonitorJun 24 08:03 AM
Walter Scheib, a former White House chef, was on a hike near Taos, New Mexico, when he died.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJun 19 05:36 PM
TAOS, N.M. (AP) — Authorities on Friday again searched by air and ground in a rugged New Mexico mountain range for a former White House chef reported missing on a solo hike.
- The New Zealand HeraldJun 23 05:11 PM
TAOS, New Mexico (AP) " A former White House chef for Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush drowned in a New Mexico mountain stream, and his death was ruled an accident, authorities said Tuesday.The determination followed several...
- FOX 6 MilwaukeeJun 21 11:46 AM
TAOS, New Mexico — Former White House executive chef Walter Scheib has been missing for more than a week after hiking a mountain trail alone in Taos, New Mexico. Scheib, who served under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, has been absent since June 13 when he left to go for a hike and was […]
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJun 22 09:54 AM
Searchers found the body of Walter Scheib, 61, off a trail in a spot about 1.7 miles from the base of the trail, the state police said in a statement. An autopsy and a death investigation are continuing, state police spokeswoman Sergeant Elizabeth Armijo told Reuters in an email. Last Saturday, Scheib, who had recently moved to the area, embarked on the Yerba Canyon Trail, which reaches ...
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJun 18 04:51 PM
Search and rescue teams scoured the rugged mountains above the Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico on Thursday for any sign of a missing former White House chef who was last seen setting off for a hike in the area over the weekend. Walter Scheib, 61, embarked alone on Saturday on the Yerba Canyon Trail, which a spokesman for Taos Search and Rescue said reaches altitudes above 12,000 ft (3,658 meters ...
- Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJun 23 04:03 PM
(Reuters) - A former White House chef who went missing after setting off alone on a hike near Taos, New Mexico, died of accidental drowning in a mountain stream, state police said on Tuesday.
- CNNJun 23 07:06 AM
The body of former White House executive chef Walter Scheib was found Sunday in the mountains of New Mexico where he had gone hiking, officials said.
- MSNJun 22 07:13 AM
Authorities did not release 61-year-old Walter Scheib’s cause of death. The body of Scheib — who cooked for Presidents Clinton and Bush, their families and their White House guests between 1994 and 2005 — was found Sunday night just off a hiking trail in Taos, N.M.
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