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Mar­riage Li­cense

Jonathan Ryan Brown and Me­lanie Shawn Davis, Jan. 07

Mo­hen­dra Ram­roop and Brooks Ann McLain, Jan. 08

Skyler Rus­sell Spray­berry and Sa­man­tha Lynn Miller, Jan. 08

Seth Hay­don Brad­ham and Stormi Jade Bless­ing, Jan.09

Ter­rance Jer­maine Jor­dan and Wak­isha Lashan

Hen­nings, Jan. 11


Dwight Green vs. Lil­lian Green Heather Shoup vs. Gar­rett Shoup Ja­son G. Greer vs. Shan­non L. Greer Michael Jinks vs. Marta Jinks

Civil Cases

TD Auto Finance vs. Latanya Miles

1st Fi­nan­cial Bank vs. Es­tate/G Willis/Atty. Kinslow Luther Phillips vs. Gre­gory W. Far­rar Aus­brook Prop­er­ties vs. Thomas & Mikayla Brown­ing Ford Mo­tor Credit vs. Robert & Carolyn Barker South­ern Ban­corp Bank vs. Per-4-Mance Off Road, LLC

Mid­land Fund­ing vs. Cathy Sneed

Mid­land Fund­ing vs. Sha­toni Shel­ton Mid­land Fund­ing vs. Joey Wil­son Mid­land Fund­ing vs. Tony Burns Mid­land Fund­ing vs. Dustin Goode


Deb­o­rah Ann Ward, 2199 Pi­geon Hill Road, Strong, Jan. 4, 2019, 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 food-borne 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.

City Blends Café, 410 E. Elm, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

House of Wylie Cof­fee Bar Café, 232 E. Main, El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

Sweet Mama T’s, 615 E. Hills­boro, El Do­rado, ex­cept when pack­ag­ing food us­ing a re­duced oxy­gen pack­ag­ing method and as oth­wise spec­i­fied, re­frig­er­ated, ready to eat, po­ten­tially haz­ardous food pre­pared and held in a food es­tab­lish­ment for more than 24 hours shall be clearly marked to in­di­cate the date or day by which the food shall be con­sumed on the premises, sold, or dis­carded when held at a tem­per­a­ture of 41 de­grees Fahren­heit or less for a max­i­mum of seven days. Dis­carded items in the re­frig­er­a­tor not dated when placed in the re­frig­er­a­tor. Cor­rec­tive ac­tions were taken.

Sweet Treats & More, 221 N. Jef­fer­son Ave., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

The Olde Towne Store, 113 N. Jef­fer­son Ave., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

Maggy & Lucy Restau­rant, 721 N. West Ave., El Do­rado, any food that is cooked, cooled and held for more than 24 hours shall be date marked to be used, con­sumed or dis­carded within seven days from the day it is pre­pared. Cor­rec­tive ac­tions were taken.

Sal’s Place, 1411 E. Main St., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

Fair­field Inn & Suites El Do­rado, 1800 N. West Ave., El Do­rado, no vi­o­la­tions.

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