“Once journalism is in your system, it’s hard to get it out… and then you realize, it’s there to stay.” – Alex Hinojosa Alex Hinojosa is a full time instructor at El Paso Community College and a former El Paso Times journalist. Her interest in journalism began in high school – and she later cultivated […]Read More
The El Paso Herald-Post is – at its heart a source of News & Opinion that matters to you and your neighbors. And more. We can’t accomplish this goal without our hard working columnists and contributors. Our columnists are unique voices within our community and we provide them a platform to be heard.
Victor Cruz was born in El Paso in the early 70s. Graduated from Burges High School and went to EPCC, where he got his first real taste of radio. He has bounced up and down the dial locally and continues to call El Paso home where family is. (Followed only a close second to Las […]Read More
I’ve been the co-host of the Mike and Tricia Mornings for the past 8 years, the longest running of Mike’s on-air wives! My day starts with a muttered curse word when the alarm goes off at 3 a.m., but once that first morning pot of coffee kicks in, I’m raring to go and entertain our […]Read More
A little about me, I am a proud El Paso, TX native. I have built my career working in national media and both – national and Texas – politics. Most recently, I was selected as one of only a handful of Latina writers (chosen from across the nation) to participate in a storytellers cohort as […]Read More
Editor in Chief El Paso Herald-Post Chris began his long journey in Journalism back in the early 70’s. Armed with a Bell and Howell 8mm camera and tape recorder (provided by his Grandfather,) Chris would go on to document such events as the great plastic dinosaur attack on Tornillo, GI Joe’s dramatic rescue of Barbie […]Read More