Vigo County Health Department
August 5 – August 10
Kroger, 2140 Ft Harrison Rd-(4 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Deli hand wash sink found full of cleaning supplies, No record or knowledge of cleaning frequency on deli slices. Employee did not wash hands after returning from break. Rust found on muffin pans and accumulated burnt on debris found on baking pans.
Baesler’s, 2900 Poplar St-(2 Critical, 4 Non-Critical) Herb Tomato Bisque soup on hot bar found at 112F internally (discarded) Establishment could not provide HACCP plans for reduced oxygen packaged products (ex ham cubes, chicken tenders, etc)
East Star Buffet, 3059 S US Hwy 41 -(2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Sushi rice not marked with time to discard. Employee observed chopping romaine lettuce with bare hands.
Denny’s, 233 S 3rd St-(2 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Knife rack found with built up debris. Observed several employee drinks in expo line on shelves above prep tables.
McDonalds, 222 S 3rd St-(1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Soda nozzles at drive thru found unclean.
Ruby Tuesday’s, 3451 S US Hwy 41-(1 Critical) Stacked clean dishes observed with debris.
Meadow’s Cafe, 2800 Poplar St-(1 Critical) Clean dishes observed with debris.
Locust St. Food Mart, 1255 Locust St-(2 Non-Critical)
Magic Wok, 3401 S US Hwy 41-(2 Non-Critical)
Tecumseh Tavern, 192 Durkee’s Ferry Rd-(1 Non-Critical)
J. Fords Black Angus, 129 S 7th St-(1 Non-Critical)
Sycamore Manor, 222 S 25th St-(1 Non-Critical)
Archies Bar, 2640 Prairieton Rd-(1 Non-Critical)
Saratoga Restaurant Inc, 431 Wabash Ave-(1 Non-Critical)
Kroger, 4714 S US Hwy 41-(1 Non-Critical)
AFC Sushi at Kroger, 4714 S US Hwy 41-(1 Non-Critical)
Applebees Neighborhood Grill, 2506 S 3rd St-(1 Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Lafayette Food Mart, 2455 Lafayette
Dollar General, 5781 N Clinton St
Dunkin Donuts, 2424 S 3rd St
Kisaki at Baesler’s Market, 2900 Poplar St
The New Goshen Pub, 2477 Durkee’s Ferry Rd
N 3rd St Food Mart, 1831 N 3rd St
Baskin Robbins #347878, 85 S Fruitridge
301 S 3rd Food Mart, 301 S 3rd St
Papa John’s #90, 1234 Wabash Ave
The Café, 2723 S 7th St
Starbucks, 4900 S US Hwy 41
Azzip Pizza, 4432 S US Hwy 41
Family Dollar, 1916 S 3rd St
CVS Pharmacy #8639, 670 Margaret Ave
Approved to Operate at Vigo County Youth Football
Perk Me Up Coffee
July 29 – August 3
TGI Friday’s, 3401 S US Hwy 41-(2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Grilled onions, asparagus and hard boiled eggs in open top coolers found at 52F. No sanitizer measured in several wiping cloth buckets.
Fazolis, 2930 S 3rd St-(1 Critical, 5 Non-Critical) Sliced sausage, shredded cheese and cooked broccoli found in open top cooler at 53-55F should be 41F or less.
Sunrise Family Restaurant, 2949 S 5th St -(1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) In open top cooler, cottage cheese and diced ham found at 62-67F should be 41F or less.
Royal Mandarin, 11 Meadows Shopping Center-(1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Ice machine observed with black debris.
5th Street Nutrition, 428 Wabash Ave-(3 Non-Critical)
Cracker Barrel, 429 E Margaret Dr-(3 Non-Critical)
Taj Mahal, 1349 S 3rd St-(3 Non- Critical)
Stables Steakhouse, 939 Poplar St-(2 Non-Critical)
Family Dollar, 1128 Locust-(2 Non-Critical)
Chick-Fil-A, 3675 S Us Hwy 41-(1 Non-Critical)
Poplar Food Mart, 1257 Poplar St-(1 Non-Critical)
CVS, 1320 Maple Ave-(1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Homey’s Que and Grill, 1100 S 13th St
Cannonball Harley Davidson, 3912 S US Hwy 41
Terre Haute Children’s Museum, 727 Wabash Ave
Dollar Tree, 2191 S St Rd 46
Dollar General #6061, 7 Meadows Shopping Center
Meijer Store #285 Convenience Store, 5600 East New Margaret Dr
Dollar Tree, 1361 Ft Harrison
Starbucks Coffee Company, 2500 Wabash Ave
Ft Harrison Mini Mart, 1301 Ft Harrison
Family Dollar, 1400 Poplar St
Subway, 4491 Erie Canal Rd
Moonlight Drive In, 5056 N Lafayette
Family Dollar Store #3890, 7 Plaza North Shopping Center
Approved to Open
First Wok, 2570 Wabash Ave
Approved to Operate at Water Tower Estates
One Cheesy Family
Wabash Valley Correctional Facility
LINTON – Recently, Wabash Valley Correctional Facility’s Fire Department and K-9 Squad attended the Greene County National Night Out. It is an annual event designed to develop a positive rapport between members of the community and corrections personnel.
WVCF’s emergency teams are comprised of staff members who share a common desire to serve and protect.
In the midst of a disturbance, they are called upon to help de-escalate the situation using the skills they have received in training. In addition to the support they provide the facility, the emergency squads also provide mutual aid to the surrounding communities. Members voluntarily risk their own personal safety to serve on the teams, which speaks volumes about their dedication to not only the Department, but also the Community.
Deputy Warden F. Littlejohn stated the following when asked about the teams:
“They are always willing and ready to help. I appreciate the sacrifice they make of their own personal time to ensure our staff have adequate back-up in the event of an emergency. WVCF is fortunate to have loyal staff willing to commit to such a task. It is always encouraging to see our staff get to partner with the community and showcase their hard work, talents and training.”
*Pictured Left to Right:
Sergeant C. Willard, Sergeant M. Shroyer, Officer A. Barker, Officer R. Malott, Sgt. D. Pirtle, Officer W. Cameron-Stewart, Officer K. Norton, Officer K. Yarber, Training Officer C. Kinnaman, Fire Chief Gordon Becher, Officer T. Spark, Sergeant K. Tuell, & Sergeant B. Barlow
*Pictured: Fire Chief Gordon Becher & a Child from the Community
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