March 18-22, 2013
Logan’s Rib-Eye, 100 S. Fruitridge Ave. (5 Critical, 5 Non-Critical) Baked potatoes on sheet pan left from night before (discarded); alfredo sauce in container not date marked; back of handles on handwash sink dirty; knives with food debris on rack; mounted can opener accumulated with food debris; bucket observed in handwash sink in bar.
Kroger J-981 & Fuel Center, 2650 Wabash Ave. (3 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) Pans in bakery observed with accumulated baked-on food debris; no sanitizer dispensing in three-bay sinks in deli and meat department; spray bottle observed in handwash sink.
Crossroads Cafe, 679 Wabash Ave. (2 Critical) Tuna salad and chicken salad in top of cooler 51 degrees, should be 41 degrees or less; baked potatoes, sausage gravy and cooked chicken breasts not date marked.
Bob’s Country Market, 4802 U.S. 150 (2 Critical) Hamburger patties and breakfast sandwich in hot box found at 115 degrees, should be 135 degrees or above (discarded); spray nozzle at 3-bay sink falls below flood rim.
Kroger J-911 & Fuel Center, 2140 Fort Harrison Ave. (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Package chicken in open-face cooler found at 45 to 49 degrees, should be 41 degrees or less (discarded).
Snack’s Café, 7 W. Paris Ave., West Terre Haute (3 Non-Critical)
Kroger J-987 & Fuel Center, 4714 S. U.S. 41 (2 Non-Critical)
The Light House Mission, 1450 Wabash Ave. (2 Non-Critical)
Stuckey’s Pecan Shop, 9950 S. U.S. 41 (2 Non-Critical)
The New Goshen Pub, 2477 N. Durkees Ferry Road (1 Non-Critical)
Midway Bar & Grill, 10892 U.S. 150 (1 Non-Critical)
Honey Baked Ham, 120 W. Honey Creek Parkway (1 Non-Critical)
Bogey’s Family Fun Center, 3601 Union Road (1 Non-Critical)
Moose Lodge 1009, 3708 Wabash Ave. (1 Non-Critical)
Seelymart, 9681 E. U.S. 40 (1 Non-Critical)
Circle K, 6270 E. Wabash Ave. (1 Non-Critical)
Becky’s Cafe, 1462 Lafayette Ave.
Booker T. Washington Community Center, 1101 S. 13th St.
Bonebrake’s Dairy Queen, 3201 Wabash Ave.
Hamilton Center Inc. Sub-Acute, 1400 E. Crossing Blvd.
Mike’s Stop & Shop Inc., 2900 S. Indiana 63
Little Cee’s Pizza, 2522 Krumbharr
Edibles Catering & Food to Go, 2629 S. Third St.
Brownstone Manor WCIEDD, 66 S. 12th St.
Glenda’s Place, 230 Paris Ave.
Walgreens, 3603 S. U.S. 41
Scott’s Stop, 2690 Durkees Ferry Road
West Vigo Middle and High School, 4750 W. Sarah Myers Drive
Pizza Hut Delivery, 1301 Wabash Ave. (1 Non-Critical)
Logan’s Rib-Eye, 100 S. Fruitridge Ave. (No violations)
Approved to Open
Country Roads Café, Suite 1, 1001 National Ave., West Terre Haute
Riley Pizza City, 6325 Indiana 46
March 18-22, 2013
Blake Griffin remembers when he and his brother, Dale, would ride their bikes along wooded trails in the wilderness area of Fowler Park.
Officials say city ‘overspent’
Two Terre Haute councilmen told the Taxpayers Association of Vigo County Thursday they think the city is overspending, but they gave no solutions to reduce expenses.
Block downtown to close for repairs
A sinkhole is forcing the temporary closure of a major downtown street beginning Monday.
Wave of retirees at Vigo schools
Valarie Bailey has worked for the Vigo County School Corp. for 26 years in roles that included at-risk counselor, school social worker, assistant student services director and curriculum coordinator.
Fire house to fire dept.
A legal battle has been resolved to restore ownership of the community fire station in Fayette Township.
14th Street, from Oak to Poplar streets, will be closed from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Aug. 9 for Friends and Family Weekend.
August Fire Safety Tip
Monthly safety hint — Barbeque/grilling safety
Difference makers, a nickel at a time
Joining a youth sports team, getting a new pair of shoes or taking music lessons are among the things that will be happening for more Vigo County children in the CASA Kids program thanks to a new financial supporter.
Westminster Village, a Terre Haute retirement community, is investing $1.8 million to construct 12 new villa homes, officials announced Wednesday.
Decades later, dry cleaners leave blemish
Fifty years ago, about 30 dry cleaners did business in the city of Terre Haute. City officials are now cleaning up the mess some left behind.
MARK BENNETT: Year of River sets example for state
Terre Haute pays more attention to the Wabash River these days.
Climate of less regulation, more chemical spills leaves ‘historical pollution,’ NCA director says
Former dry cleaning sites are an environmental problem all over the state, according to the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.
Camping turnout low for first half of summer
Camping revenue for the past two months has dropped in Vigo County parks, a downturn park officials say is difficult to attribute to a new park policy limiting campers’ stays to 14 days in the three county parks.
Devastating fire takes out mobile home
A Seelyville mobile home sustained heavy damage in a fire early Wednesday morning.
Lost Creek Township firefighters were called to the scene in the 2200 block of Tabortown Road south of U.S. 40 at about 2 a.m.
Man posts bond after fatal wreck
An Oct. 7 trial date has been set for a Terre Haute man accused of driving while intoxicated causing death.
Driver injured, airlifted, cited for failure to yield
An elderly woman was injured in a crash Wednesday afternoon in Sullivan County, according to Indiana State Police.
Bobby “Slick” Leonard was the main attraction but his hometown, Terre Haute, was constantly in the background as friends, fans and family gathered in Indianapolis Tuesday night to honor the man famous for the words “Boom Baby.”
Sister-city students get a dose of ‘new culture’
One of Juri Sawada’s dreams has been to visit America.
Motion delays trial for 2012 homicide
A man who has been jailed about 20 months in connection with the homicide of his wife will not go on trial next week as scheduled.
Sheriff charged in prostitution case
Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden has spent more than 30 years in law enforcement working to protect the public from criminals, but on Tuesday he was treated as one.
Vigo Parks dishing out the sweetness
Vigo County Parks and Recreation has made a “sweet” addition to its maple syrup production at Prairie Creek Park.
Danny Rodden indicted on federal charges
Instead of overseeing the operations of the Clark County jail and police force Tuesday, Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden found himself being transported by the FBI to Indianapolis to answer federal charges.
Woman’s condition ‘fair’ after grocery store wreck
A Terre Haute woman was listed in fair condition Tuesday at Eskenazi Health in Indianapolis as the result of injuries sustained in Monday’s accident on the Baesler’s Market parking lot.
Semi driver cited for alcohol use
A commercial vehicle driver has been placed out of service after he tested positive for alcohol consumption during a Tuesday morning traffic stop in Sullivan County.
Church to give out school backpacks
United Methodist Temple will stage its first-ever Back-2-School Bash from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 9.
The church is located at 5301 S. U.S. 41.
Bus safety features
New safety features on South Vermillion School Corp. buses have led to fewer disciplinary problems and fewer incidents of motorists illegally passing stopped school buses, officials say.
Humvee driver says foot caused fatal accident
Kyle Pendergast, 22, the Terre Haute driver of a black Humvee charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated causing the death of a teenager, has told police he could not turn the wheel before the vehicle flipped in a field in an early Saturday morning accident.
Cleaner may have contaminated water
Groundwater and soil testing is set to begin within a week to learn whether toxic chemicals might have seeped into the wells of a small southside neighborhood and even beyond.
Housing Authority’s Warren Village nearing completion
Construction on the newest Terre Haute Housing Authority property – Warren Village – should wrap up next month, a housing authority official said Monday.
Observers predict ‘wide open’ process of picking next chief
State Supreme Court Chief Justice Brent Dickson surprised observers in June when he decided to step down after a brief tenure as the state’s top judge.
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