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.

Oct. 3

All Good Things: No violations.

Oct. 4

The Crown Room/Ten Pin Alley: Six noncritical; four repeat.

Charlene’s Kitchen: One critical (No date marking label on open gallon of milk in walk-in cooler).

Oct. 5

Diego’s Mexican Grill: Six noncritical; two repeat.

Oct. 6

88 King Buffet: Four noncritical.

Oct. 7

Jefferson County Jail: Two noncritical; one repeat.

Kentucky Fried Chicken: Six noncritical.

Rembrandt’s Gallery & Wine Bar: No violations.

The Crown Room/Ten Pin Alley: Follow-up inspection. One noncritical; one repeat.

Oct. 8

Goley’s Orchard: No violations.

Oct. 11

Higher Grounds: Two noncritical.

The Red Pepperoni: Four noncritical.

Oct. 12

Pizza Hut: One noncritical.

Big Lots: No violations.

The Sweeter Life: One critical (Unlabeled working spray bottle of clear liquid by three-bay sink).

Shipley’s Tavern: Two noncritical; one repeat.

Ponderosa Steakhouse: One critical (Two unlabeled working spray bottles near wood-fire grill); 10 noncritical; six repeat.

Oct. 13

Subway, LaGrange Road: No violations.

Circle K, 224 E. Second St.: Five noncritical.

Indian Trails: One critical (Several items throughout establishment missing date markings); two noncritical.

Super 8: One critical (No certified food handler); three noncritical; one repeat.

Oct. 14

Ponderosa Steakhouse: Follow-up inspection. One noncritical.