• Articles
    • Views
    EDITOR

    Ryan Butler

    703.584.5758 Ryan@LoudounTribune.com Ryan grew up in Loudoun County and has experience in both journalism and business. Before joining the Tribune, he worked as a news and sports writer for Heavy.com, and a contributing writer for the Tampa Bay Times and Yellow Scene Magazine. Ryan has also written for the Chiefland Citizen, INsite Magazine, Levy County Journal and Focus Magazine, and was director of content for Gamedayr Media Network. He also has marketing experience working for JWO Enterprises and Clever Athletics. Ryan earned a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Florida’s School of Journalism and Communications, where he minored in Sports Management. Ryan lives in Tyson’s Corner and covers government, education, community, real estate and breaking news for the Tribune.

Contributor's Posts

  • Marshall Tucker Band Set to Rock Tally Ho

    Marshall Tucker Band Set to Rock Tally Ho0

    After 45 years touring the country and the globe, the Marshall Tucker Band shows no signs of slowing down. Among the most iconic groups in Southern Country Rock, the band has tour and produced albums more or less non-stop since the early 1970’s. Following the 1973 release of  “Can’t You See”, to this day the

    READ MORE
  • Virginia Democrats, Republicans Alter Campaigns Following Alexandria Shooting

    Virginia Democrats, Republicans Alter Campaigns Following Alexandria Shooting0

    Both Virginia political parties suspended or altered campaign events scheduled June 14 following a shooting in Alexandria that reportedly left five injured including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise. Multiple media outlets reported that at least one congressional staffer was injured as well as multiple Capitol Hill police officers who helped detain the shooter. The Democratic

    READ MORE
  • Northam Beats Perriello in Democratic Primary; Gillespie Holds on for GOP

    Northam Beats Perriello in Democratic Primary; Gillespie Holds on for GOP0

    Fairfax, Vogel secure Democrat, Republican Lt. Gov. nominations Overcoming a wave of progressive energy and a tightly contested primary race, Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam held off the upstart campaign of Tom Perriello and easily clinched the Democratic party’s nomination for governor June 13. On the Republican side, former Senate candidate and national GOP chair Ed

    READ MORE
  • Gillespie Stumps in Loudoun on Primary Election Eve

    Gillespie Stumps in Loudoun on Primary Election Eve0

    Continuing a whirlwind of candidate activity hours before the 2017 Virginia primary elections, Republican candidate Ed Gillespie stumped in Sterling on June 12, looking to continue his campaign’s momentum in one of the Commonwealth’s most strategic jurisdictions. With its large population and reputation as a swing district, Gillespie joins several candidates from both parties fighting

    READ MORE