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
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.