Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post
Hey, everyone! I’m Elizabeth Hernandez, and I’m living my dream working as a local newspaper reporter at The Denver Post.
I love engaging with the community I live and work in, and writing the kinds of stories I think can inform, intrigue and entertain my Colorado neighbors.
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