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Bill Mims column: Timeless lessons: The life of Jonathan Daniels

The year 1961 felt like morning in America. A charismatic young president spoke in his inaugural address of a torch being passed to a new generation. He boldly promised to “pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and success of liberty.” On the home front, he challenged all to ask not what their country could do for them, but what they could do for their country.
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Raccoon sighting keeps Jonathan Daniels preschoolers indoors Friday

A raccoon sighting Friday morning near the pickleball courts behind the Jonathan Daniels Preschool in Keene caused students to remain inside the rest of the day, but did not put anyone in harm’s way, officials said. Eric Hannett, a conservation officer with N.H. Fish & Game, said he responded to...

Transportation Innovators: Jonathan Daniels of Port Everglades

Transportation Innovators recognize the hard work, foresight and problem-solving capabilities of Florida's logistics and transportation professionals. This article is a part of a series of stories highlighting the industry and how it is recovering from the pandemic with an eye toward growth. The rest of the series can be found here.
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Jonathan Daniels of Shell Oil Company: “Be Yourself”

Be Yourself — Pulling from a classic, there is a line from the movie Aladdin where the genie tells Aladdin to stop impersonating the rich and famous Prince Ali Ababwa and start being who he was: Aladdin. While this is a childhood lesson, I often see people in the corporate environment not be who they are. Yet,I have found that the more me I am, the more I am able to leverage my skills and personality to bring people together and deliver great work.