On the record

El Dorado News-Times - - Local -

The fol­low­ing records were on file at the Union County Court­house in El Do­rado.

Mar­riage Li­censes Alan S. Clin­gan and Amanda L. Kent, Aug. 1.

An­gel Guadalupe G. May­orga and El­iz­a­beth Gail Mur­phy, Sept. 11.

Den­zell West Big­ger Jr. and Tasha Michelle Fears, Sept. 13.

Terry Phillip Ad­di­son and Pri­cilla May Ad­di­son, Sept. 14.

Shawn Dou­glas Hodges and Sena El­iz­a­beth Brum­ley, Sept. 14.

Michael Aaron Galbraith and Katie Lynn Glover, Sept. 15.

Brent Alan White­field and Cassie Amber Sublett, Sept. 15.

Di­vorces Gla­dys San­ders vs. Jimmy San­ders, Sept. 15.

Daryl Hicks vs. Larena Hicks, Sept. 11.

John Matthew Snel­son vs. Chantell Snel­son, Sept. 13.

Janie Smith vs. Ran­dall Steven Smith, Sept. 14.

Re­becca J. Schultz vs. Robert W. Schultz (Jr.), Sept. 14.

Civil Cases Port­fo­lio Re­cov­ery vs. Rhonda D. Chad­wick, writs, Sept. 8.

21st Mort­gage Corp. vs. Brid­gett & Travis Stone, civil-other, Sept. 8.

Tay­lor Ram­sey vs. LaMar­ius Allen, au­to­mo­bile tort, Sept. 11.

Mid­land Fund­ing LLC vs. Dorothy Reynolds, seller plain­tiff (debt coll.), Sept. 11.

Syn­chrony Bank vs. Petrinia Bankston, seller plain­tiff (debt coll.), Sept. 11.

Mid­land Fund­ing LLC vs. Re­becca Toney, seller plain­tiff (debt coll.), Sept. 11.

Mid­land Fund­ing LLC vs. Jerry W. Lan­caster, seller plain­tiff (debt coll.), Sept. 12.

Mid­land Fund­ing LLC vs. Sta­cie Ku­gler, seller plain­tiff (debt coll.), Sept. 12.

Leon Howard vs. Chris­tiat Christi, land­lord/ten­ant un­law­ful de­tain, Sept. 13.

LVNV Fund­ing LLC vs. Mary Dick­er­son, seller plain­tiff (debt coll.), Sept. 13.

LVNV Fund­ing LLC vs. Carolyn Pfiefer, seller plain­tiff (debt coll.), Sept. 13.

Jamie Water­field et al vs. Clean Har­bors, civil-other, Sept. 13.

Bank­rupt­cies

These bank­rupt­cies were re­ported in Union County by the Arkansas Demo­crat-Gazette:

Darry Dar­nell and Erma Delois Jack­son Sr., 2414 Fair­field St., El Do­rado, Sept. 11, 2017, Chap­ter 13.

James Arthur Mi­nor and Tren­nia Re­nae Carey-Mi­nor, 206 Poplar St., Smack­over, Sept. 12, 2017, Chap­ter 13.

Food Ser­vice In­spec­tions

NOTE: Any vi­o­la­tions re­ported in an in­spec­tion may have been cor­rected

be­fore time of pub­li­ca­tion.

The Food Pro­tec­tion Pro­gram of the Arkansas Depart­ment of Health (ADH) in­spects all food es­tab­lish­ments in the state to make sure they fol­low ADH Food Estab­lish­ment Rules & Reg­u­la­tions.

Arkansas’ Health Depart­ment’s in­spec­tions are con­ducted 1 to 3 times per year de­pend­ing upon the Risk Cat­e­gory of the estab­lish­ment. Ad­di­tional in­spec­tions oc­cur to fol­low-up on vi­o­la­tions and when the ADH re­ceives a com­plaint.

The reg­u­la­tions are writ­ten to en­sure food is pre­pared, stored, and served safely, which in turn may pre­vent food­borne ill­ness.

From the In­spec­tion Re­port, you can see if the estab­lish­ment is fol­low­ing the food safety reg­u­la­tions.

Re­mem­ber this in­spec­tion is only a snapshot in time. It rep­re­sents only what the in­spec­tor saw on the par­tic­u­lar date of in­spec­tion.

It is also im­por­tant to re­mem­ber that if prob­lems were found dur­ing the in­spec­tion, the per­son in charge is shown what changes are needed to en­sure safety.

This week’s noted in­spec­tions:

• Junc­tion City Schools, Box L, Junc­tion City, no vi­o­la­tions.

• Junc­tion City School Gym, 700 N. Main St., Junc­tion City, no vi­o­la­tions.

• McDon­ald’s Gro­cery Deli, P.O. Box 778, Junc­tion City, no vi­o­la­tions.

•Bench­markCross­roads, 710 W. Grove st. El Do­rado, vi­o­la­tions cited in me­chan­i­cal op­er­a­tion, the tem­per­a­ture of the fresh hot wa­ter sanitizing rinse as it en­ters the man­i­fold may not be more than 194 ° or less than. For all other ma­chines, 180°.

• Ec­cel-Main, 714 W. Grove St., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• Stop-N-Go Deli, 2223

N. Col­lege Ave., El Do­rado, vi­o­la­tions cited pro­vide a sup­ply of in­di­vid­ual dis­pos­able tow­els or a con­tin­u­ous towel sys­tem that sup­plies the user with a clean towel or a heated-air dry­ing de­vice at each hand wash­ing sink in food prepa­ra­tion, toi­let and

ware wash­ing ar­eas.

• Child Learn­ing Cen­ter, 200 W. Main St., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• FayRays, 110 E. Elm St., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• Ec­cel-Lib­erty, 910 Lib­erty St., El Do­rado, vi­o­la­tions cited po­ten­tially hazardous food that is cooked to a tem­per­a­ture and hot shall be at a tem­per­a­ture of 135 de­grees Fahren­heit or above. Re-heated burger

pat­ties be­fore plac­ing on plates to be given to chil­dren.

• El Do­rado Con­fer­ence Cen­ter, 311 S. West Ave., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• ET Re­lay Sta­tion, 500 N. Col­lege Ave, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• Morn­ing Star Child De­vel­op­ment, 804 Lock­hart, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• Dixie Mart, 3065 Hay­nesville High­way, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• Dol­lar Gen­eral Store #17231, 3071 Hay­nesville High­way, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• Park­ers Chapel ABC, 401 Park­ers Chapel Rd., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• Park­ers Chapel Foot­ball Con­ces­sion, 401 Park­ers Chapel Rd., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

• Park­ers Chapel School, 401 Park­ers Chapel Rd., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

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