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Indiana Central News
Terre Haute, Indiana
Terre Haute, Indiana
Vigo County Health Department
Nov. 8 – Nov. 13
West Vigo IGA, 1000 W National Ave-(3 Critical) Employee drink found without lid in meat room. Cut chubs in deli found without date markings. Residue found in employee hand wash sink along with bottle of dish soap.
Sonic Drive In, 2149 S St Rd 46-(2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Observed pink debris in ice machine in back room and soda nozzles on fountain machine. No sanitizer measured in sanitizer buckets throughout kitchen.
Big Willy’s Townhouse, 1724 Lafayette Ave-(2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Found cooked meatballs, carrots, roast, diced eggs, potatoes and brussel sprouts without date markings. Found raw chicken stored above cooked roast, potatoes and carrots.
First Wok, 2570 Wabash Ave-(2 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Found egg rolls and general Tso’s chicken at 48F-51F. Sanitizer not measured in sani buckets and 3-bay sink.
Burger King #131, 2575 S St Rd 46-(1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Observed pink debris in ice machine in backroom.
Five Star Convenience Store, 1211 N 13th St-(1 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) No hot water throughout establishment.
Cackleberries Restaurant, 303 S 7th St-(1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Observed trays of raw eggs stored above fresh vegetables in toppings cooler. Raw fish and chicken stored above cooked bacon in walk in cooler.
A&J’s, 1111 Veterans Square-(1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Found rotten pork tenderloin and philly steak in stand up refrigerator.
Park Ave Diner, 2967 E Park Ave-(1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Found sliced ham and bacon not date marked in refrigerator.
Pimento Sunoco, 13200 S US Hwy 41-(1 Critical) Gourmet cappuccino machine nozzles observed with accumulated debris. Hand wash sink by cappuccino machine used for dumping drinks, should be for hand washing only.
Prairie Creek Country Mark, 15817 St Rd 63-(1 Critical) Soda nozzles and ice chutes observed with accumulated pink and black debris.
Rally’s #9102, 3175 Wabash Ave-(1 Non-Critical)
Rick’s Smokehouse, 3102 Wabash Ave-(1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
West Vigo Middle School, 4750 W Sarah Meyers Dr
Fifi’s Lunch Box, 2901 Wabash Ave
Speedway #7718, 1240 Ohio St
Vigo County Historical Society, 929 Wabash Ave
Asian Market, 673 Wabash Ave
Rio Grande Elementary, 5555 E Rio Grande Ave
Wabash Senior Citizen Inc, 300 S 5th St
Pat’s Cafe, 11890 S US Hwy 41
Menard’s, 1888 E Jessica Dr
Murdock Auto Racing Club, 1640 Maple Ave
Approved to Operate
Country Fresh Farms
STATEHOUSE – Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs encourage Hoosier homeowners and business owners to apply for the Indiana Connectivity Program before the Nov. 28 first round deadline.
Those lacking reliable broadband can initiate interest by calling the Indiana Broadband Connect Center, which is open on business days from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., ET at 833-639-8522. Hoosiers can also submit their information online through the Next Level Connections portal by visiting in.gov/ocra/broadband.
“Access to broadband has become increasingly important for Hoosiers, especially in the wake of the pandemic,” Crouch said. “The Indiana Connectivity Program aims to bring improved internet access to more Hoosiers. This round we have had applicants from all 92 counties, and I encourage more individuals lacking reliable broadband to apply before the program’s first round deadline later this month.”
The Indiana Connectivity Program connects residents and businesses that lack internet service with internet service providers and assists in the expense of extending broadband to unserved and underserved locations.
“All Hoosiers deserve to have access to reliable broadband, and this program will help us get one step closer to making that a reality,” said OCRA Executive Director Denny Spinner. “If you are lacking internet access, apply today to ensure you are included in the first round of the new program.”
Although the deadline for the first round of the Indiana Connectivity Program is approaching, registration for the program is ongoing. Hoosiers who submit their address after the Nov. 28 deadline will be included in the next round of the program.
To be eligible, a location must have access to actual speeds of less than 25 Mbps (download) and 3 Mbps (upload). Inputting location information into the Next Level Connections Broadband portal does not guarantee extension of service.
Next Level Connections Broadband Program funding may be available to assist in expanding internet opportunities to these locations, following a 60-day bidding process. Once awarded, providers must complete their projects within nine months of the contract date.
For more information, visit in.gov/ocra/broadband/icp.
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News Writer: Lucy Perry