Quality Inn, 555 S. Third St. (3 Critical, 4 Non-Critical) No Certified Food Handler on staff; no sanitizer provided; handwash sink found dirty.
Jiffy Mini Mart #531, 1131 N. Third St. (2 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) No Certified Food Handler on staff; observed accumulated debris on soda fountain nozzles and ice chute to soda machine.
Page’s Food Market, Inc, 2600 Lafayette Ave. (2 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Deli items in self-serve case at 52 degrees — should be 41 degrees or less; outdated chubs of deli-meat in case.
Ruby Tuesday’s #7673, 3451 S U.S. 41 (2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Knives with food debris stored in rack on wall; fruit flies observed in dish room above brooms and dust pans.
Bob’s Country Market, 4802 U.S. 150 (2 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Observed black debris on soda fountain nozzles; tenderloins and hamburger in hot box found at 91-116 degrees — should be 135 degrees or above.
Kroger J-987 & Fuel Center, 4714 S. U.S. 41 (2 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Pudding cups in cooler found at 65 degrees — should be 41 degrees or less (discarded); sanitizer in produce, seafood and deli dispensing less than 200ppm.
Blue Katt Lounge, 665 Wabash Ave. (1 Critical, 4 Non-Critical) Gnats found in bar area; no sanitizer test strips provided.
Red Lobster #0070, 3407 S. U.S. 41 (1 Critical) Handwash sink in bar found dirty.
Speedway #5196, 6587 S. U.S. 41 (1 Critical) Observed pink debris on soda nozzle casing and debris found on soda nozzles.
Econo Lodge, 401 E. Margaret Ave. (2 Non-Critical)
Big Shooter, 2938 N. 15th St. (1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with no violations:
Family Dollar Store #3890, 7 Plaza North Shopping Center
Clabber Girl Bake Shop, 900 Wabash Ave.
Subway, 1735 N. Third St.
Springhill Suites by Marriott, 3304 S. U.S. 41
Quality Inn, 555 S. Third St. (1 Critical) No Certified Food Handler on staff.
Approved to operate:
Green Meadows Enterprizes LLC — mobile unit
Approved to open:
Scott’s Corner, 2690 Durkees Ferry Road
Brown’s Diner, 3180 Fruitridge Ave.
Co-Op to Feed group delivering to needy
Three Terre Haute organizations are teaming up to deliver food boxes to “the neediest of needy” with specific health concerns on a monthly basis.
Field trips to take big hit next year
The Vigo County School Corp. plans to inform school staff of “deep cuts” in student field trips for the next school year, Superintendent Dan Tanoos said Friday.
Donation drive in Valley aims to send help to Oklahoma tornado victims
Terre Haute Ministries, along with WTWO, WAWV, Q102.7 and 100.7 Mix-FM are joining forces to help those impacted by tornadoes in Moore, Okla.
Invention makes houses safer from tornadoes
A Terre Haute man has developed a building construction system that increases the strength of a home, especially from a tornado.
ISU to stage public hearing on proposed tuition increase
Indiana State University will conduct a public hearing at 2 p.m. June 4 to receive input on a proposed 1.95 percent increase in student tuition and mandatory fees for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 academic years.
Trial date set for man accused of attacking Vigo County deputy
A Terre Haute man accused of attacking a Vigo County Sheriff’s Deputy has an Aug. 12 trial date.
Technology speeds disaster alerts, response
Caitria O’Neill remembers her reaction to hearing tornado warnings on June 1, 2011. She went to the grocery store, she said, “because I live in Massachusetts, and we don’t get tornadoes.”
Health information to be provided for blood donors
People who give blood at Clinton Gardens’ blood drive Tuesday will leave knowing valuable information about their health. Donors will find out their cholesterol level, blood pressure, blood type and iron levels at no cost.
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Sullivan man airlifted to Indy after crash
A Sullivan man was in critical condition at an Indianapolis hospital Friday after his pickup truck collided with a tanker truck in Sullivan County.
Veterans Memorial Park dedication set for Monday
Memorial Day ceremonies will include a special event this year.
Relic from another age: Massive find
A mastodon that lived in the Wabash Valley thousands of years ago is making big news today.
Game Over: Financial tightening causes VCSC to drop St. Patrick’s from athletic schedule
St. Patrick’s School athletic teams will not have an opportunity to compete against their Vigo County School Corp. middle school counterparts next year.
Katelyn Newell finally at home
After nearly five months, 8-year-old Katelyn Newell finally returned home Thursday evening — with a new heart.
Indiana State U. Police officer honored with Artz Award
Thursday was a special day for Indiana State University Police Officer Christopher Heleine in multiple ways.
City Council considering three for consultant
Three different tax professionals vied Thursday for a chance to become a “financial consultant” to the Terre Haute City Council.
Clay County sheriff warns of bank card scam
The Clay County Sheriff’s Department has received information regarding a scam targeting residents, according to a news release from the sheriff’s department.
State Police seek help with Sullivan County homicide
Indiana State Police detectives from the Putnamville Post are seeking help from the public with the nearly six-month investigation into the death of 85-year-old Lowell R. Badger, a rural Sullivan County farmer.
Man who attacked Vigo deputy arrested
A Terre Haute man accused of attacking a Vigo County sheriff’s deputy earlier this week is facing felony charges in the Vigo County jail.
INDOT to bid final 641 phase
The final construction phase of the 641 bypass is scheduled to let for bids on Dec. 11, according to the Indiana Department of Transportation.
District office moves north
The Southwest District office of the Purdue Extension service has been moved north from Vincennes to Terre Haute.
Day is done…
The sun sets Thursday evening as seen from south of Terre Haute.
Banks of the Wabash Festival is more than just yearly entertainment
Pioneers think counterintuitively. Where others see widespread apathy, they focus on the possibility for progress. In a way, the 2013 Year of the River celebration began in the 1970s.
Planning session aims to better Terre Haute
It’s not yet clear what will come of it, but dozens of community leaders spent the whole day Wednesday trying to develop a plan – or collection of plans – to make Terre Haute “a better community.”
Education funding boost won’t benefit all schools
In the budget bill passed by the General Assembly last month, there is more money allocated for K-12 education over the next two years, but that doesn’t mean every school will get more dollars.
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Park Board renames land around Memorial Stadium
Land surrounding Indiana State University’s Memorial Stadium on Terre Haute’s east side has been designated as Veterans Memorial Park, following a unanimous vote Wednesday from the Terre Haute Park Board.
Deputy suffers minor injury during incident
A Vigo County Sheriff’s deputy received a minor injury to his hand Tuesday night while subduing a drunken driving suspect who fled behind a North Terre Haute business.
Man accused of child neglect gets new trial date
An Oct. 15 trial date has been set for a Terre Haute man arrested in November for child neglect after he and his wife allegedly tied up and confined their adopted children in the family home.
Police find meth labs, arrest Pierson Township man
Police uncovered two active methamphetamine labs in southeastern Vigo County on Monday, leading to the arrest of a Pierson Township man.
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