Nancy Reagan

Sunday, 6 February 2011

Nancy Reagan

Nancy Reagan’s Secret Service agent accidentally shoots himself

A Secret Service agent assigned to protect Nancy Reagan accidentally shot himself in the hip Friday at a Ventura County Sheriff’s Department shooting range in Camarillo, but he was expected to survive.

The shooting occurred about 9:50 a.m. at the shooting range on Aviation Drive in Camarillo, sheriff’s spokesman Capt. Mike Aranda said. The agent was putting his gun back in its holster when it went off, sheriff’s officials said.

He was taken to Ventura County Medical Center in Ventura with a non-life-threatening injury to his hip, Aranda said. His name was not released. ( Read Nancy Reagan more... )

Ronald and Nancy Reagan: I Want to be Loved Like That

Those of us who were there for the Reagan presidency, will also remember the Reagan marriage and “that look”– that deep, smitten, familiar ”look” that they had for only for each other. They were an “older couple” by the time he was president, but they showed us that romance is timeless and the fairytale never has to end. Sadly, this generation will learn nothing of this from the Obamas. ( Read Nancy Reagan more... )

Agent who protects Nancy Reagan shoots self in hip

VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — A Secret Service agent assigned to protect Nancy Reagan is recovering after accidentally shooting himself in the hip at a sheriff’s department shooting range.

Ventura County sheriff’s spokesman Capt. Mike Aranda says the gun went off as the agent was putting it back in its holster Friday at the range in Camarillo. The agent was hospitalized with a non-life-threatening injury to his hip. His name was not released.

Nobody else was injured. ( Read Nancy Reagan more... )

Reagan security agent accidentally shoots self

CAMARILLO, Calif. (KABC) -- A secret service agent assigned to former first lady Nancy Reagan is recovering after accidentally shooting himself at a Ventura County Sheriff's Department shooting range.

The agent was reportedly putting a gun in his holster while at a shooting range in Camarillo on Friday when the gun went off and hit his hip.

He is expected to fully recover. ( Read Nancy Reagan more... )

PBS to Air Extended Interview of Nancy Reagan

On what would have been former President Ronald Reagan‘s 100th birthday, PBS will air “Nancy Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime” tonight at 10pmET (local listings may vary).

At the center of the biopic is an extended interview of the former First Lady by Judy Woodruff, who covered the Reagan administration as a White House correspondent. The documentary also will feature interviews with friends, family, and administration insiders, as well as rare photos and film footage, according to a press release. ( Read Nancy Reagan more... )

Reagan at 100: gone, but still with us

WASHINGTON -- — Had he lived just a few years longer, Ronald Reagan would have turned 100 today. In his memory, the nation will honor his mark on history — and debate his legacy.

His widow, Nancy Reagan, will lay a wreath at the Reagan library in California, where the 40th president was buried when he died in 2004 at the age of 93. A group of F-18s from the USS Ronald Reagan will salute him from the air. ( Read Nancy Reagan more... )

Prominent Utahns celebrate birth of Ronald Reagan

By Keith McCord

SALT LAKE CITY -- Ronald Reagan was born 100 years ago Sunday, and that anniversary is being marked all over the country in a number of ways, including here in Utah.

Celebrations will take place throughout the week and one popular place will certainly be the newly-renovated Ronald Reagan Library in California. Former First Lady Nancy Reagan will cut the ribbon for the re-opening.

During his political career, Ronald Reagan visited Utah often -- as a candidate and even during his presidency as well -- nine times in all, more than any other national politician.

This past week, a number of Utahns who knew or worked with Reagan gathered at the KSL Broadcast House to reminisce about the nation's 40th president.
"My first recollection of him was when he came to Utah and spoke at a Republican Convention," said former Utah Gov. Norm Bangerter. "The thing I remember, they tried to cut him off and he wouldn't be cut off." ( Read Nancy Reagan more... )

Courtesy : Eideard , Uncoverage , Daily Caller , ABC , Media Bistro , Miami Herald & KSL

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