TERRE HAUTE —
Gerhardt’s Bierstube, 1724 Lafayette Ave. (3 Critical, 7 Non-Critical) — German potato salad, potatoes and gravy not marked with date of consumption (discarded); no sanitizer measured in dishwasher; bar soda nozzle holder found with debris.
Taj-Mahal, 1349 S. Third St. (3 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) — Containers of yogurt found at 69 degrees — should be 41 degrees or less (discarded); found dirty knives on knife rack; old food debris found on vegetable dicers and peelers; spinach, chicken curry, lamb and yogurt found in walk-in cooler not marked with date of consumption.
Outback Steakhouse, 3700 S. U.S. 41 (3 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) — Observed uncovered employee drinks stored on prep table and on shelf above prep table; utensil surface temperature in dishwasher found at 153 degrees — should be at least 160 degrees; accumulated debris found on stainless steel baking sheets.
Clabber Girl Bake Shop, 900 Wabash Ave. (2 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — Sliced deli meat not date marked; sausage gravy not cooled to 70 degrees within two hours (discarded).
Chavas Mexican Grill, 669 Wabash Ave. (2 Critical) — Mexican rice found at 119 degrees in steam table; black debris found on soda fountain nozzles.
Express Mart, 1831 N. Third St. (1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) — No sanitizer provided for washing coffee baskets and soda nozzles in three-bay sink.
Kentucky Fried Chicken, 4400 S. U.S. 41 (1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) — Chute on ice machine found with accumulated debris; broken warmer drawer also has food crumbs.
Penn Station No. 194, 2736B Wabash Ave. (1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) — Canned tomato sauce dented on seam.
TGI Friday’s, 3401 S. U.S. 41 (1 Critical, 2 Non-Critical) — Spinach artichoke dip and pecan chicken found at 50 to 55 degrees — should be 41 degrees or less.
Mike’s Stop & Shop, Inc, 2900 S. Indiana 63 (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — Hash brown potatoes, livers, mozzarella sticks, corn dogs and potato wedges in hot case found at 123 to 130 degrees — should be 135 degrees or above.
Ruby Tuesday’s, 3451 S. U.S. 41 (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — Observed employee load dishwasher and then unload dishwasher without washing hands or changing gloves.
Sunrise Family Restaurant, 2949 S. Fifth St. (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — Potatoes, meatballs, turkey, pork loin, corn, rice and peas not marked with date of consumption.
Sycamore Country Club Inc., 200 Heritage Drive (1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) — No sanitizer measured in dishwasher.
Sycamore Manor, 222 S. 25th St. (1 Critical) — Black debris found inside ice machine.
Woodrow Wilson Middle School, 301 S. 25th St. (1 Critical) — Cartons of milk found at 58 degrees.
Starbucks Coffee Co. No. 11505, 2500 Wabash Ave. (1 Non-Critical)
Maurizio’s, 2940 Wabash Ave. No violations.
Establishments with no violations:
Asian Market, 673 Wabash Ave.
Davis Park Elementary, 310 S 18th St.
Terre Town Elementary, 2121 Boston Ave.
West Vigo Elementary, 500 Olive St.
West Vigo Middle and High School, 4750 W. Sarah Myers Drive
TERRE HAUTE —
Troubled bridge over water
For years, the iconic, arched foot-bridge at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College had been the backdrop for pictures of newlyweds, prom-goers and Woodsies.
Pool construction bids, principals approved
After more than a year of discussion, debate and planning, work on the new Vigo Schools Aquatic Center at Voorhees Park is expected to begin today.
‘Launch’ pad for creativity
In an effort to foster entrepreneurs to begin and grow their ideas into a start-up business in Vigo County, “Launch Terre Haute” will host a co-work open house Wednesday.
Gelato at 12 Points
Coffee and gelato are now on the menu on Terre Haute’s north side.
Man pulled from Raccoon Lake
Indiana Conservation divers recovered a Veedersburg man reportedly submerged Monday afternoon at Raccoon Lake in Parke County.
UPDATE: Faulty brakes blamed for bus crash
Police in Knoxville, Tenn., confirmed Monday that a Clay County church bus involved in a fatal crash last week had faulty brakes.
Police in Indy nab 2nd suspect in homicide case
A second man has been arrested in connection with a homicide in Greene County. The Indiana State Police confirmed that Jason Lee Caldwell, 35, was arrested Monday morning by Indianapolis police.
Police credit public tips for meth lab bust
Tips from the community helped lead to the arrest of a Terre Haute woman on charges including the manufacture and possession of methamphetamine.
Police: Brakes on church bus involved in fatal crash were faulty
Investigators confirmed there was a problem with the brakes on a Clay County church bus involved in a fatal accident last week in Knoxville, Tenn.
Tour de force
Pedal by pedal, a group of cyclists endured the hot summer sun and braved varying Indiana terrain on a mission to support survivors of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.
Living in a dream
“Welcome to the dream home!”
These were the words that greeted guests on Sunday as they entered a white, two-story home on the east side of Terre Haute.
MIKE LUNSFORD: Lake Michigan’s ‘Wonderful World of Color’
Despite the beauty around us, Joanie and I thought of television as we sat on a gorgeous Michigan beach one evening last week.
UPDATE: One suspect in homicide in custody
Police have taken one Greene County man into custody and the search entered its second day on Sunday for the other suspect, both wanted on charges of murder and considered “armed and dangerous.”
STATE OF THE STATEHOUSE: Expiring term heightens the urgency of one lawmaker’s push for reform
State Rep. Rebecca Kubacki had plans for her return to the General Assembly next January.
The two-term Republican from Kosciusko County wanted to exert “full force” to roll back a law that prevents the children of undocumented immigrants from paying in-state tuition to attend state colleges and universities.
Wanted men 'armed and dangerous,' police say
A police search entered its second day on Sunday for two Greene County wanted for murder and who are considered “armed and dangerous.”
Small step, big memory
Terre Haute resident Rob Eberwein remembers being “blown away” as he watched astronaut Neil Armstrong become the first human to walk on the moon.
Group working to preserve ‘The Grove’
Tucked into a peaceful corner of northeastern Vigo County, the Lost Creek Community Grove has seen more than 100 years of gatherings.
12 Points Hotel doesn’t sell
No new owner stepped forward to claim the historic 12 Points Hotel on Saturday.
School board to award aquatics center bids Monday
The Vigo County School Board on Monday is expected to award bids for the new $9.8 million Vigo Schools Aquatic Center, to be built at Voorhees Park.
Terre Haute native pivotal in race to moon
This week’s 45-year anniversary of the historic launch of the Apollo 11 mission propelled America’s space program and on April 20, 1969, kept a promise that Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology alumnus Abe Silverstein had made to President John F. Kennedy in 1961 to put a man on the moon within a decade.
Buzz Aldrin: Where were you when I walked on moon?
On July 20, 1969, Buzz Aldrin was “out of town” when the world united and rejoiced in a way never seen before or since.
Celebrate 45 years since first steps on moon
Now’s the time to get moonstruck.
Terre Haute resident Jimmy Lee Housley, 80, taking motorcycle trip across western U.S.
Intent on accomplishing his goal of visiting 48 states by motorcycle, Terre Haute resident Jimmy Lee Housley Sr. set off recently to finish his quest.
Church bus in fatal crash to be tested Monday
Brake work and new tires were reportedly part of the preparations made for a Brazil youth group’s travel to a Christian conference in Tennessee this week.
Health care company to cut 150 jobs
Union Health System will cut 150 positions system-wide by the end of the year.
The system includes UAP Clinic, Union Hospital in Terre Haute and Union Clinton in Vermillion County.
‘Gifted and talented’ ahead of the times
Seventh graders today may not be assigned to write a 32-page term paper or read an 800-page book, but a selected group of talented seventh graders attending a Terre Haute junior high in the 1950s did.
Music at the river
Curt Pennington is the keyboardist for the New Age Jazz Band the group the opened the Community Band Festival at Fairbanks Park Friday evening. The music continues today, starting at noon and running until 9 p.m.
ISU provost takes president position at school in Utah
Indiana State University Provost Richard “Biff” Williams has been selected as the 18th president of Dixie State University in St. George, Utah.
Second Vigo cold case to be on TV series
A cold case that has haunted Vigo County for decades will get nationwide attention next month when “Cold Justice” broadcasts the episode “Fool me once, fool me twice?” on the TNT network.
Future Vigo bike park to be part of bicentennial
The Indiana Bicentennial Commission has notified the Vigo County Parks and Recreation Department that the Griffin Bike Park will be endorsed as a Bicentennial Legacy Project.
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