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Indiana Central News
Terre Haute, Indiana
Terre Haute, Indiana
Vigo County Health Department
September 14 – September 19
Kroger, 2140 Fort Harrison-(2 Critical, 4 Non-Critical) Observed black debris accumulated in ice machine in the meat dept, food debris found on spoons in deli in clean spoon bucket. Cleaning frequency of deli meat and cheese slicer not logged.
Pizza Hut of Vigo County, 3040 Wabash Ave-(2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Roller table container for garlic knots/cheese observed with accumulated food debris. Several hand wash sinks found with food debris inside.
Fuqua Elementary, 1111 Wheeler St-(1 Critical, 1 Non- Critical) Observed multiple dead and live beetles in dry storage area. Some also observed in kitchen by ice machine.
The Verve, 677 Wabash Ave-(1 Critical) Bar soda guns observed with pink debris inside, plastic on back of ice machine observed with black debris.
Beanies-Rose Hulman, 5500 Wabash Ave-(1 Critical) Observed a drink dumped in the hand wash sink.
Kabab Grill, 2501 S 3rd St- (1 Non-Critical)
Vonderschmitt Café-Rose Hulman, 5500 Wabash Ave-(1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Vigo Bowl Strikemore Lane, 210 S 9 ½ St
Davis Park Elementary School, 310 S 18th St
Wabash Valley Correctional Facility
CARLISLE, Ind. - Recently the Emergency Squad (E-Squad) at Wabash Valley Correctional Facility (WVCF) showed their support for ending veteran suicide by joining the 22 Push-up Challenge.
The challenge was initiated by Darrin Chaney the Military Veterans Program Coordinator for the Hamilton Center in Terre Haute, Indiana. The challenge was for a member of an organization to press out 22 push-ups and then challenge another organization. When WVCF's E-Squad heard about the challenge they were very eager to participate. They wanted to be a part of the challenge in hopes of raising awareness regarding veteran suicide.
E-Squad Field Commander Brett Vaughn said, "The WVCF E-Squad team has unmatched support for our military veterans. We believe that showing awareness for our veterans is a necessity, especially with the veterans that serve in our agencies and the veterans on this very team." He went on to say, "We would like to challenge the E-Squad at Michigan City."
Warden Frank Vanihel said, "I'm very proud of how our E-Squad embraced this challenge. I am a huge supporter of the military and all they do for our country."
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News Writer: Lucy Perry