Seriously. He's got a Communications degree and experience updating a news website. Also? He's enough of a spelling/grammar/AP-stylebook Nazi I can guarantee he'd never let crap like this hit the internet:
(This one might not be readily apparent, so I'll spell it out: random capitalization is a bad thing.)
These are only a few examples from recent days, but it happens all the freaking time. And the mistakes are generally just careless, like the one directly above this. Erik worked for the newspaper in Orange, TX for three years, and you can Google him and see his work, or hit his blog and see his work, and he comes cheap (as long as you pay more than Wal-Mart, you're golden) and can even editorialize for you.
Oh, and he took this picture, so he's got mad skillz there too. Hell, he's the one who told me it had been done. A nose for news! You can't go wrong!
So, yeah. Go over here and here and make believe they're a resume, and then e-mail him. (For the record, that's his blog e-mail, so I'm not opening his personal address up to spam.)