• May 25, 2022

Ruben R. Ramirez

I am Currently working as the UTEP Athletics Photographer. I'm a 1973 Graduate of Austin High School, was Honorably Discharged from the United States Marine Corps (USMC) in 1976, after serving 3 years. My journalism career began September 1976 with the El Paso Herald-Post and ended in 1997 after 21 years, when the HP closed. I then went to work for KDBC-TV Channel 4, local CBS affiliate for 14 months. Upon leaving KDBC-TV, I then joined the El Paso Times for another 21 years. I recently retired in January 2019 and am a Freelance Photographer and Staff Photographer back where my career began with the El Paso Herald-Post (WEB version.) So here's to 21 more years hopefully with the news organization that gave me my start. Semper Fi!!!

Gallery: El Paso ComicCon 2022 – Day One

After a couple of delays thanks to COVID-19,  the annual El Paso ComicCon returned to Downtown El Paso, for the first of three days celebrating all things comics, wrestling and more. Our very own Ruben R Ramirez was there and we bring you his view of the fun via this gallery.  EPCON runs through Sunday.Read More

Gallery+Story: UTEP Softball Splits Saturday Doubleheader

The UTEP softball team (8-11) put together a nearly perfect game with Aalijah Alarcon allowing just one hit and the Miners shredded eight runs on 10 hits in an 8-0 [5] run-rule victory over Incarnate Word (5-13) in front of 300+ fans in attendance. The two programs split Saturday’s doubleheader as the Cardinals picked up the […]Read More

Gallery: UTEP Rifle team takes on TCU Saturday

The UTEP rifle team faced off against TCU on Saturday morning at the UTEP Rifle Range in its final home match of the season. The Miners shot an aggregate of 4555, trailing behind TCU (4733) in its last home match of the season Saturday. The Miners posted a 2261 in smallbore and a 2294 in […]Read More

Gallery: Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding Returns to El Paso for

The annual Casa Ford Tuff Hedeman Bull Riding returned for the 17th consecutive year to the El Paso County Coliseum Saturday night, for Hedeman’s “Cowboy Up” Tour. Richard Neale “Tuff” Hedeman – born March 2, 1963, in El Paso –  is a retired three-time Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) World Bull Riding Champion as well as […]Read More