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Public Records, 3-4-18

This article was published March 4, 2018 at 5:00 a.m.

Marriage Licenses

Joshua E. Prim and Koeita N. Oliver, Feb. 26.

Shannon D. Fletcher and Karen D. Beard, Feb. 27.

Darren C. Stutts and Payton N. Mullen, Feb. 27.

Patrick J. Minor and Crystal M. Island, Feb. 28.

Brandon M. Phillips and LaKeidra D. Curry, Feb. 28.

Munish Dhanda and Sonu Gupta, March 1.

Kendal G. Batey and Shannon K. Talley, March 2.

Nicholas W. Cole and Rachel E. Ball, March 2.

Sergio L. Griffin and Brenda B. Carpenter, March 2.

Kervin L. Hill and Elycia S. Johnson, March 2.

Divorces

Michele Deffenbaugh vs. Dwayne Deffenbaugh, Feb. 23.

Helen J. Tatum vs. Robert F. Tatum, Feb. 27.

Civil Cases

James E. Burns, March 1.

McElroy Parker, Feb. 26.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Tamika Loggins, Feb.23.

Shelter Mutual INS. Company vs. Arnella Minifield, Feb. 23.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Connie Wade, Feb. 23.

Lion Federal Credit Union vs. JC Off-Road Properties, Feb. 26.

Midland Funding LLC vs. Toney Gilmore, Feb. 26.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Martha Wadlington, Feb. 26.

LVNV Funding LLC vs. Meshell Webster, Feb. 26.

Ditech Financial LLC vs. Myrenda Swilley ET. AL, Feb. 26.

Discover Bank vs. Lana L. Webb, Feb. 26.

Jason Smith, Feb. 27.

Ally Financial Inc. vs. Holly Womack, Feb. 27.

Jennifer & Rudolph Coleman vs. Mary Ray, Feb. 27.

Smackover State Bank vs. Neil Mock, Feb. 27.

Sewell LLC vs. Lynn Tadel & Bank of America, March 1.

Sewell LLC vs. Kimdara Sok, March 1.

21st Mortgage Corporation vs. Brandon B. McGoogan, March 1.

Karen Benhumea Diaz vs. Walter Lemmones, March 2.

Bankruptcies

The following bankruptcies were reported in Union County by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:

Christy and Timothy O’Neal Bain, 1515 Southfield Cutoff, El Dorado, Feb. 28, 2018, Chapter 7.

Corey Goode, 403 Bough Road, El Dorado, Feb. 23, 2018, Chapter 13.

Curtis B. Sharp III, 3412 Bishop St., El Dorado, Feb. 23, 2018, Chapter 13.

Danue Lavon Pumphrey, 961 Parker Loop, El Dorado, Feb. 28, 2018, Chapter 13.

Eddie and Carolyn F. Yarbrough Jr., 1212 Marrable Hill Road, El Dorado, Feb. 28, 2018, Chapter 13.

Jeremy McGaugh, 5563 Junction City Highway, El Dorado, Feb. 23, 2018, Chapter 13.

Remon Konyele Bledsoe, 1814 Lauri Ave., El Dorado, Feb. 23, 2018, Chapter 13.

Roger Fields Jr., 715 Brewster St., El Dorado, Feb. 27, 2018, Chapter 7.

Food Service Inspection

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.

This week’s noted inspections in Union County:

Dixie Mart, 3065 Haynesville Hwy., El Dorado, except during preparation, cooking, or cooling, or when time is used as the public health control, potentially hazardous food shall be maintained at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or less. All fresh products in sandwich make table was moved to the Walk-In Cooler for storage.

Parker’s Chapel School Softball Concession, 2900 Haynesville Hwy., El Dorado, no violations.

Parker’s Chapel ABC, 401 Parker’s Chapel School Road, El Dorado, no violations.

Parker’s Chapel Baseball, 2900 Haynesville Hwy., El Dorado, drain pipe at handwash sink must connect or drain into outlet. Hand wash sink cannot be taped to show do not use. Maintenance was made aware of missing pipe and it was repaired.

Parker’s Chapel School, 401 Parker’s Chapel School Road, El Dorado, no violations.

Papa Poblanos, 1650 N. West Avenue, El Dorado, except during preparation, cooking or cooling, or when time is used as the public health control, potentially hazardous food sall be maintained at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or less. Have walk-in cooler checked as soon as possible.

Retta Brown Elementary School PK-4, 505 Dixie Dr., El Dorado, no violations.

Antigua’s Grill #2, 2422 N. West Avenue, El Dorado, no violations.

Hugh Goodwin Elementary School, 201 E. 5th Street, El Dorado, no violations.

Little Brother Mexican Restaurant, 1718 N. West Avenue, El Dorado, must require food employees to use only designated handwash sinks for handwashing. Must wash hands any time contamination could have occurred, when changing tasks. Make sure all employees wash hands when possible contamination occurs. A handwashing sink shall be maintained so that it is accessible at all times for employee use, and do not use for purposes other than handwashing. Nothing shall be stored in front of the handwash sink preventing ease of access.

Murphy’s Sumac Mart, 4374 Smackover Hwy., Smackover, no violations.

Smackover School, Highway 7, Smackover, no violations.

Smackover-Norphlet Schools District, 701 Magnolia Street, Smackover, no violations.

Tasty Donuts, 118 W. 7th Street, Smackover, demonstration of knowledge of food safety evident throughout the facility or by appropriate responses and actions PIC stated that handsoap dispensers will be refilled when owner brings over soap supply. PIC should know that hand soap is required to be present at all times. Provide an adequate supply of hand cleanser (liquid, powder or bar) at each handwashing sink. All handwashing stations must be supplied with hand soap at all times.

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