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

Over 20,000 Girl Scout cookies delivered in Lufkin

Fourth grader prepares Black History Month presentation for entire Nacogdoches school

Ft. Worth couple revisits ‘love lock’ on metal tree in Lufkin

Nacogdoches, Central ISD experiencing shortage of bus drivers

County commissioners to apply for grant to support Etoile Water Supply Corp.

Angelina County DA applies for federal grants to better assist victims of abuse, sexual assault

WEBXTRA: SFA’s improv group hosts Valentine’s Day show

High water levels cause delays in repairs on Highway 103 bridge

Text to 911 option now available in several Deep East Texas counties

Work underway to address erosion issue in Sam Rayburn Reservoir

Naranjo Museum kicks off Artifact Identification Weekend

Poetry Slam open mic night in Lufkin kicks off weekend with verse, rhyme

UIL swim regionals get under way Friday

Temple Theater in Lufkin preparing to host opera sensation Jackie Evacho

’Project Lit’ funded by grant offers diverse books to diverse student body

Employment specialists say ‘job hopping’ may prevent you from getting hired

Representative Clardy files new bill that will help former military personnel become law enforcement officers faster

Innovation grant gives Lufkin high school students high-tech look at human anatomy

Lufkin Police Department experiences “baby boom”

Lufkin museum to host Artifact Identification Weekend