Casas, Estela longtime TV journalist , then public figure on governing boards of organizations, now back at KTSM in 2023
Davis, Mary Margaret. Pioneer El Paso times journalist and author of El Paso's social history
De Wetter, Margaret "Mardee" artist, writer, civic leader, philanthropist and granddaughter of pioneer
Deuell, Henrietta (pseud Peggy Hull) first accredited woman war correspondent who got her start in El Paso during the Mexican Revolution.
Those Extraordinary Women of World War I
Call Number: Partial pages in google books
not available in local libraries but can be requested through interlibrary loan. It might be interesting to research the articles she wrote in 1916-1917 locally at her start and compare them to her later writings and what she accomplished. Her acquaintance with General Pershing helped advance her career in a time when women were not going to be approved to do this kind of work.
Gundersen, Edna Journalist and longtime music writer for USA Today
Hamilton, Nancy journalist/educational public ralations/ nonfiction author
Silva, Guadalupe veteran El Paso Times reporter, feature writer and member of the editorial board
Turner, Virginia El Paso Newspaper reporter from Lower Valley
Valdez, Diana Washington groundbreaking report on the Juarez femicides
Villalobos, Robbie Myrick journalist and actress and politico, 1954-2004. Cofounded El Paso Association of Hispanic Journalists. Check El Paso Times database and nespapers.com for articles on her.