The Health Department issues monthly nutritional reports

The Health Department issues monthly nutritional reports

Jack Hunsucker of the Nodaway County Health Department screened institutions during September.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1622 South Main, Maryville, Medium Priority

Examination date: September 6

Critical: no one.

Not critical: No soap in front hand unit dispenser, corrected on site (COS). Lobby bench seat is badly torn. Stain wall plus caulking by power soak and mop tub. The floor is damaged due to the mop washer. Damaged wall due to entry doors. Soiled HVAC roof vents and vents by a wash basin and by the hand basin area of ​​the home. Broken light cover by energy soaking area. The door of the women’s toilet stall is broken from the wall. Women’s toilet seat is scratched / punctured, it is not easy to keep sterile. The women’s toilet door is Formica loose/covered.

Joy Walk, 1416 South Main, Maryville, High Priority

Examination date: September 6

Critical: Half a bottle full of water in an ice pack from an ice maker, source of ice pack contamination. Dead insects in the light hoods as well as the A/C vents from the outside door/laundry area.

Not critical: Excessive frost buildup in ice cream horizontal freezer. Prepare the refrigerator door seal, it is dirty, stiff and begins to rip. Four made up sinks were filthy and two had missing lids. Bowls and pans are used as scoops in rice and flour cans. Pour the damaged tiles from the north door to the kitchen. Damaged tile floors from the kitchen’s south door. Standing water under soda box racks at Waitress South Station. Outer door with open backrest.

Kawasaki Motors, 28147 Business Hwy 71, High Priority

Examination date: September 7

Critical: no one.

Not critical: No breath closer to the bathroom door.

St. Gregory Barbarigo School, 315 South Davis Street, Maryville, High Priority

Examination date: September 8

Critical: no one.

Not critical: no one.

Tuck Point Bar and Grill, 101 South Main Street, Ravenwood, Medium Priority

Examination date: September 9

Critical: no one.

Not critical: no one.

Cobblestone Inn, 2 Fall Drive, Maryville, Low Priority

Examination date: September 9

Critical: Hands a 3-hole sink full of cleaning supplies.

Not critical: Drain hole under sink 3-bay pass p-trap, can allow sewer gas to escape.

Northeast Nodaway RV, 126 South High School Avenue, Ravenwood, High Priority

Examination date: September 9

Critical: no one.

Not critical: The floor is dirty behind the ice maker. Floor tiles missing under dishwasher. No hair restrictions, COS.

Jefferson C-123, 37614 US Hwy 136, Conception Jct, High Priority

Examination date: September 12

Critical: Foods in crockery are not at 135 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.

Not critical: no one.

Nodaway Holt R-7, 318 South Taylor, Graham, High Priority

Examination date: September 13

Critical: no one.

Not critical: Missing thermometer in milk cooler, COS.

Dixie Rose Café, 202 North Hwy 148, Hopkins, reopening inspection

Examination date: September 14

Critical: Unrated spray bottles.

Not critical: Unprotected light bulbs, contact paper on shelves.

North Nodaway R-6, 705 East Barnard Street, Hopkins, High Priority

Examination date: September 15.

Critical: The reverse flow device by the water heater is leaking.

Non-criticism: no one.

North Nodaway R-6 Elementary, 201 East 6th Street, Pickering, High Priority

Examination date: September 16

Critical: no one.

Non-criticism: no one.

Bernays Sports Bar, 301 North Market Street, Maryville, Low Priority

Examination date: September 16

Critical: no one.

Not critical: There are no signs for hand washing next to the restrooms and upstairs bar. The ice maker downstairs gets mud/mold on the upper bulkhead. Snow bar scoop, handle in snow, floor area bar and men’s room door damaged. Mildew on the ceiling in a beer cooler. The floor of the upper deck bar area is very sticky. There are no covered trash cans in the ladies toilet upstairs.

West Nodaway RI, 17665 US Hwy 136, Burlington Jct, High Priority

Examination date: September 22

Critical: Potentially dangerous foods are not kept at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.

Not critical: Excessive frost buildup in large chest freezer. Unauthorized persons in the kitchen.

Domino’s Pizza, 1006 South Main, Maryville, Medium Priority

Examination date: September 26

Critical: No hot water in either hand, plumber scheduled to fix.

Not critical: no one.

Caseys #2469, 1520 North Main Street, Maryville, Medium Priority

Examination date: September 26

Critical: Food in an open screen cold can is above 41 degrees Fahrenheit.

Critical: A box of “churro holes” stored on the floor of the freezer room. No paper towels in the back bedroom. A torn door seal for an accessible cooler, as well as a bad door seal on the beer cave door. Several watercolor ceiling tiles in the back storage room. Pizza kitchen ceiling tiles stained from lack of cleaning. Pizza plus sandwich prep kitchen floors need cleaning. Many vents and air conditioning vents are filthy through the facility.

South Nodaway R-4, 209 Moorehouse, Barnard, High Priority

Examination date: September 28

Critical: Potentially dangerous foods are not kept at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.

Not critical: Carrots plus lettuce stored on the refrigerator floor.

Black Pony Brewing, 101 East 4, Maryville, Low Priority

Examination date: September 28

Critical: Chicken and other meats vacuum-packed in the refrigerator are without a label, and there is no USDA or MOAG seal to verify that they came from an approved source. Followed up on September 29 to discuss meat sourcing and vacuum packaging requirements. The meat came from Martinson Food Distribution, a certified source.

Not critical: Unsorted spray bottle, COS, various food contact materials. Not all refrigerator units have a thermometer. There is no thermometer for chefs to use. Ice scoop above the ice maker in the basement.

NWMSU Campus, 800 University Drive, Maryville, High Priority

Examination date: September 29

Critical: no one.

Not critical: The wooden shelf in the product market is no longer sealed. Prepare the broken tablecloth in the Mongolian grill. Ceiling tile dish missing door, completely damaged, walls need cleaning. Pour the edges, as well as the damaged tiles in different locations. Many colorful roof tiles in the Mongolian barbecue dining area and colorful carpets. Non-flat lights in dry storage, in the process of replacing all lights with LEDs.

Starbucks, 800 University Drive, Maryville, Low Priority

Examination date: September 29

Critical: no one.

Not critical: no one.

Mooya Burger, 800 University Drive, Maryville, Medium Priority

Examination date: September 29

Critical: no one.

Not critical: no one.

POD Markets, 800 University Drive, Maryville, Low Priority

Examination date: September 29

Critical: no one.

Not critical: Station POD Hand Holder is unstocked, no soap, towels or banners. Excessive frost in the ice cream freezer.

Chick-Fil-A, 800 University Drive, Maryville, Medium Priority

Examination date: September 29

Critical: no one.

Not critical: no one.

Zen Japanese, 800 University Drive, Maryville, Medium Priority

Examination date: September 29

Critical: no one.

Not critical: no one.

Einstein Brothers, 800 University Drive, Maryville, Medium Priority

Examination date: September 29

Critical: no one.

Not critical: no one.

Aramark Bakery, 800 University Drive, Maryville, Low Priority

Examination date: September 29

Critical: Peach is outdated, molding. Expired whipping cream plus packets without a date. Old, expired product in dry storage. A rusty can of lemon pie filling in dry storage.

Not critical: Rolls cans on the floor of a residential freezer. Heavy whipping cream cans for the cooler floor. The microwave is dirty. Ceiling tiles are missing above the ovens. Lots of cash receipt boxes along the bakery wall, very dusty.

Grill Sergeant BBQ, 27806 Scout Ridge Drive, Maryville, Low Priority

Examination date: September 30

Critical: no one.

Not critical: Wipe clothes that are not in sterile solution.

NNL showcases the artworks of students from the area

The Nodaway News Leader It gives Nodaway County students the opportunity to display their artwork in their windows each month.

NNL has been doing this for more than 10 years by contacting art teachers in the area to arrange a month for their students’ artwork. Two of the art teachers who have exhibited their students’ artwork for several years are Carla Perry in Jefferson and Katie Jenkins in Northeast Nodaway.

Berry said, “I love showing my students artwork with Nodaway News Leader Because it provides an opportunity to showcase the artistic talents of the students.

“Art is meant to be on display and every opportunity should be taken to help validate the hard work and importance of art in our students’ lives. It also provides an opportunity for students to be proud of their accomplishments.

“Having the opportunity to showcase our artwork helps arts curricula by helping us access the pieces of visual arts presentations.

“I appreciate how showing students artwork helps our school gain recognition for our high-quality, successful students in the arts, academics and sports,” said Berry. “Our students put a great deal of effort into everything they work for.”

“I always take advantage of this opportunity to put on my students’ artwork at NNL because it’s an easy way to showcase the things my students create in my art class,” Jenkins said. “I show a lot of artwork in our school halls, but seeing it in public is fun for my students!”

Explaining how this helps with her art curriculum, Jenkins explained, “Students enjoy seeing their work exhibited for the community to see. It gives them a sense of pride, and we talk about one goal of art being enjoyment. Not just enjoying it, but enjoying others.”

“Because it’s local, my students and their families can easily stop by to watch their work,” Jenkins said. “I also love that it’s so easy to get off and pick up at NNL. My life outside of my job is very busy too, and that helps me! It’s easy for me and easy for them, and it’s a win-win!”

Timeline of students’ artwork in Nodaway News Leader’s The windows for the 2022-23 academic year are:

• October: Works by students of Perry from Jefferson.

November: Maryville Middle School work from Chandra DeMott.

• February: Artwork by Jenkins Northeast Nodaway students.

• March: Artwork by students of Stacey Meyer North Nodaway.

• April: Student work by Linda Babcock of West Nodaway.


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