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Please visit our Event Calendar!      Take a quick video tour: Sky High Drone Video of the Pioneer Florida Museum    The Pioneer Florida Museum & Village Video   Open: TUESDAY - SATURDAY 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Special event and holiday hours vary.) Closed: Sunday, Monday and holidays.  
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Visit the Pioneer Museum
 Aerial View of Pioneer Florida MuseumIt is located on a 20-acre wooded hillside and has over ten main buildings. Eight buildings are historically significant and were moved from surrounding Pasco County communities to the museum grounds. .
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Pasco Business Digest for Sept. 21 - Tampa Bay Times
Tampa Bay TimesPasco Business Digest for Sept. 21Tampa Bay TimesStarkey served on the Pasco County School Board for the majority of the 1970s. ... Winners included: Merrell Bros., Business of the Year - Start-Up; Morton Plant North Bay Hospital, Special Contribution; DC Johnson & Associates, Small Business of the ...and more »
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Tutoring the teachers: School districts work to coach those who struggle on state tests - Tampa Bay Times
Tampa Bay TimesTutoring the teachers: School districts work to coach those who struggle on state testsTampa Bay TimesTabitha Barron spent two decades in the U.S. Air Force before working with homeless children in San Antonio, Texas, schools. When she moved to Pasco County four years ago, the 51-year-old social worker spent her time tending to "every problem ...
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Red Tide’s Toxic Toll — Your Questions Answered
A Red Tide algae bloom has been plaguing the Southwest Florida coast for months, and recently threatened to invade Tampa Bay (although the latest forecast shows it traveling southward again). Here are some questions and answers about the microscopic toxic threat to taking a fun trip to the beach. Read More...
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Toxic Lake Okeechobee
  The cane fields sit on 450,000 acres of reclaimed wetlands just below Lake Okeechobee in south-central Florida.  Read More...
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Don’t let Florida take over wetlands permitting
Gov. Rick Scott announced on Sept. 26, 2017, that he is calling for a series of new proposals to fight the opioid epidemic in Florida, including $50 million in new funding.Gov. Rick Scott has shrunk the DEP workforce, slashed funding for environmental programs and all but abandoned any attempt at responsible planning.http://www.tampabay.com/opinion/editorials/Editorial-Don-t-let-Florida-take-over-wetlands-permitting_164963973
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