The Jefferson County Health Department conducts quarterly inspections of all food establishments or locations that handle food in the county. Health inspections become a public record 10 days after the inspection takes place.

The documents highlight critical, noncritical and repeat violations during each inspection or follow-up. Critical violations are listed. All records are supplied by the Jefferson County Health Department, which can be reached at (812) 273-1942.

Nov. 21

Captain D’s: Three noncritical; two repeat.

Captain D’s: No violations.

Nov. 22

CVS Pharmacy, Clifty Drive: Three noncritical; one repeat.

Bestway Inn: Two noncritical.

Nov. 23

Pate’s Processing LLC: Two noncritical.

Nov. 28

El Camino: One noncritical.

Dairy Queen: One noncritical.

Nov. 29

Empress of China Restaurant: Four noncritical.

Tapatio’s Mexican Restaurant: One critical (Refried beans, fajitas, lettuce and marinara found uncovered in walk-in cooler; tubs of chips in back storage room uncovered); six noncritical; one repeat.

Nov. 30

The BoneYard Grill: Two critical (1. Open gallon of milk found without date marking in walk-in cooler. 2. Raw whole cuts of beef stored over raw fish in stand-up cooler by grill.); four noncritical; two repeat.

Dec. 1

Shooter’s Restaurant and Bar: Five noncritical; three repeat.

Tapatio’s Mexican Restaurant: Follow-up inspection. No violations.

Riverboat Inn & Suites: No violations.

Dec. 2

The BoneYard Grill: Pre-operational inspection. No violations.

The BoneYard Grill: Follow-up inspection. No violations.

Madison 6 Theaters: Pre-operational inspection. No violations.

Dec. 3

Crazy Ladies Catering: No violations.