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
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
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.