Pub­lic Records

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Mar­riage Li­censes

Je­sus Bautista Gabrile and Norma Rosaura Ayala Galindo, Nov. 2

Ray­mond Dou­glas Hardy and Ron­nie Re­nay Hop­kins, Nov. 2

Todd Lee Tucker and Bai­ley Ni­cole

Ad­kins, Nov. 2

Wil­liam Wen­dell Sewell 111 and Brooke Ann Rhoades, Nov. 5

Albert Franklin Webb and Tam­ber­lla E Hol­lis, Nov. 6

Noah Paul Carter and Amanda Rae Ann Low­ery, Nov. 7

Tyler Javon Stew­ard and Danielle Tar­neshia Ni­chols, Nov 7

Michael Joseph Row­land and Alexa Marie Tompkins, Nov. 8

Christo­pher Jor­dan Hodges and Heather Marie Pes­nell, Nov. 9

Civil Cases

Con­sol­i­dated Elec­trycal Dist vs. Seark Elec­tric, Inc

La­toya Dixon vs. Charles Cul­breath Credit Ac­cep­tance Corp vs. Amy Sawyer

Dis­cover Bank vs. Sharon E. Hunter Credit Ac­cep­tance Corp vs. Jes­sica Wes­ley

Amer­i­can Ex­press N’tl Bank vs Phillip Hamil­ton

Credit Ac­cep­tance Corp vs Cedrick


Port­fo­lio Re­cov­ery As­soc vs. Am­mar Sharhan

Port­fo­lio Reovery As­soc vs. Sarah


Amer­ica’s Car Mart vs. Chi­a­nuna

Carter Amer­ica’s Car Mart vs. Mi­chola Cur­ley Reece Bai­ley vs Mar­cus Thomas-Et al Amer­ica’s Car Mart vs. Bo­bre­sha How­ell

Amer­ica’s Car Mart vs. Erica Mor­ris Amer­ica’s Car Mart vs. Jo­cob Lee Amer­ica’s Car Mart vs. Kolonda Everette

Brian Mark Givens vs. El Do­rado

Fes­ti­vals & Events

Hardy Ben­ton vs. Gussie Ben­ton


Braun and Walona Unice, 1030 W. 19th St., El Do­rado, Nov. 5, Chap­ter 13.

Cody Mack West, 605 E. 10th St., Smack­over, Nov. 7, Chap­ter 7.

Food Ser­vice In­spec­tion

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 fol­lowup 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 in

Union County:

Ur­bana Snack Shack, 713 Ur­bana Road, El Do­rado, busi­ness must have sign/poster no­ti­fy­ing food work­ers to wash hands at all hand-wash­ing sinks used by work­ers. Cor­rec­tive ac­tion taken. In­di­vid­ual dis­pos­able tow­els or a con­tin­u­ous towel sys­tem or a heatedair dry­ing de­vice must be at each hand wash­ing sink in food prepa­ra­tion, toi­let and ware wash­ing ar­eas. Cor­rec­tive ac­tion was taken. Ranch dress­ing made in the es­tab­lish­ment was ob­served as not hav­ing a date say­ing when it was made or when it should be used by. Cor­rec­tive ac­tion was taken.

Ec­cel-OU, 6049 Moro Bay High­way, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

Rain­bow Food Mart, 1124 Mount

Holly Road, El Do­rado, out of date med­i­ca­tion was on the shelf; it was pulled from shelf.

Noah’s Ark Day­care, 806 W. Wes­son, El Do­rado, busi­ness must have sign/ poster no­ti­fy­ing food work­ers to wash

hands at all hand-wash­ing sinks used by work­ers. Cor­rec­tive ac­tion taken. An ad­e­quate sup­ply of hand cleanser must be pro­vided at each hand wash­ing sink. Cor­rec­tive ac­tion taken. Any food held for more than 24 hours af­ter prepa­ra­tion and serve must be datemarked to be used within seven days of prepa­ra­tion. Cor­rec­tive ac­tion was taken.

Hope House, 750 N. Flan­niken, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

Rapid Stop Con­ve­nience, 1800 Lor­raine, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

How­ell’s BarBQ, 2011 Junc­tion City Road, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

Holiday Inn Ex­press, 1819 Junc­tion, El Do­rado, ob­served egg omelets in re­frig­er­a­tor were not in orig­i­nal con­tainer; kitchen work­ers ad­vised to date-mark items be­ing taken out of orig­i­nal con­tain­ers for stor­age.

Com­fort Inn and Suites Kitchen, 2309 Junc­tion City Road, El Do­rado, ex­cept dur­ing prepa­ra­tion, cook­ing or cool­ing, or when time is used as the pub­lic health con­trol , po­ten­tially haz­ardous food shall be main­tained at 41 de­grees Fahrenheit or less; ob­served prepack­aged whole boiled eggs at 44 de­grees Fahrenheit and milk at 45 de­grees in re­frig­er­a­tor. Cor­rec­tive ac­tion was taken. Ob­served open whole boiled and scram­bled eggs in zi­plock bags not date-marked as to when they were opened and when they should be used or dis­carded by. Cor­rec­tive ac­tion was taken.

Boom Town Nu­tri­tion, 512 W. 19th St., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

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