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Birding is the main focus of those who attend the West Pasco Audubon Society’s morning bird walks at Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park in New Port Richey, but other creatures are often out as well. Here a gopher tortoise hangs out in his burrow.MICHELE MILLER | Times

Monthly Audubon bird strolls bring discoveries, but require patience

NEW PORT RICHEY The morning fog had settled in and so had the birds, making it a quiet trek for the dozen or so hikers ambling through a swath of blooming dog fennel along the Bluebird Trail in Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park. Among those who had come out early for the West Pasco Audubon Society's monthly stroll wer …

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  1. East Pasco mayor arrested on DUI charge

    Crime

    NEW PORT RICHEY — The mayor of San Antonio was arrested on a DUI charge early Thursday after a Pasco sheriff's deputy spotted him driving 71 mph in a 45 mph construction zone.

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    News

    James Talton, meet Jon Lester.

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  3. New Port Richey moves toward allowing alcohol to flow more freely at events

    Local Government

    NEW PORT RICHEY — Wine and cheese may soon be on the menu for events at the West Pasco Historical Society, with the group's building being the latest venue where the city is poised to allow alcohol consumption.

    Wine and cheese may soon be on the menu for events at the West Pasco Historical Society, with the group’s building being the latest venue where the city is poised to allow alcohol consumption.
  4. Pasco residents play Santa in providing holiday gifts to needy children

    K12

    Christmas came early this year for the Head Start prekindergarten students at Hudson Elementary School.

    Santa Claus, along with some helpers from the Summertree Ladies Golf League, delivered personally selected, wrapped gifts for Head Start students at Hudson Elementary School.
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    Briefs

    New Port Richey

    FARM SHARE FOOD GIVEAWAY TAKES PLACE toDAY

  6. New Port Richey council approves contract to assess Hacienda Hotel

    Local Government

    NEW PORT RICHEY — The New Port Richey City Council has agreed to a contract with an architect to conduct a structural assessment and develop a restoration plan for the historic Hacienda Hotel.

  7. Letters to the Editor: Let's look at PSC members' finances

    Letters

    Let's take a look at PSC members