Ryan Ordmandy

Ryan Ordmandy is a multi-media journalist for KTRE 9. He is originally from Paris, Tennessee and moved to Van, Texas in 2010. He is ecstatic to be on the KTRE News Team. Ryan graduated magna cum laude from Texas Tech University in 2017 with a degree in Electronic Media and Communications. During his time at TTU, he was a producer and editor for Heads Up Display, a review show for video games and movies. In his free time, Ryan enjoys watching films, reading, playing guitar, practicing photography, and spending time with his friends. Ryan is eager to serve East Texans by reporting on informative news and telling uplifting stories. If you have a story tip or just want to say hi, email him.

Recent Articles by Ryan

Volunteers in Lufkin encourage kids to “color out tobacco” with obstacle course

  Volunteers help family of Lufkin boy who spent 14 days in NICU continue ‘smell blanket’ tradition

  Black Violin duo encourages students to see the world differently, overcome stereotypes

  Crime Stoppers needs help identifying thieves recorded stealing from Lufkin Goodwill

  Mental health facility opening in Nacogdoches hopes new location increases availability

  Lufkin volunteers spend spring break building house for family

Jasper County Sheriff’s Office: Man who was focus of manhunt now in custody

  Nacogdoches County Judge says grant from state won’t fully cover indigent defense mandate

  Angelina Arts Alliance welcomes back Black Violin’s ‘electrifying’ mix of musical sound

  TxDOT announces ‘On the Road to End Human Trafficking’ initiative

  ‘iNaturalist’ app allows users to contribute to scientific research by submitting photos

  Lufkin volunteers feeds over 80 people at Brandon Park

  Naranjo Museum hosting Spring Break activities for kids

  ‘What has been will be again’: Woodworker turns Lufkin church’s old organ into works of art

  One year later: Angelina County sawmill development begins hiring process

  Nacogdoches police warn drivers of planned speed enforcement zone

SFA Counseling professor says limiting smart phone use may help reduce anxiety and stress

  ’Mission Possible’ conference at SFA to address technology’s impact on mental health

  Idol contestant from Livingston brings soulful country sound to the show

  Nacogdoches boy makes good on $11,000 donation to fallen deputy’s family