October health inspections were conducted throughout Arkadelphia at schools, restaurants and other establishments. The reports included:

October health inspections were conducted throughout Arkadelphia at schools, restaurants and other establishments. The reports included:
• Central School, N. 12th St.
Shell eggs were being kept over ready to eat foods. Also, an employee reportedly used bare hands while prepping tomatoes. Both infractions were corrected.
• Peake Elementary School, 1609 Pine St.
It was reported that the double door to the refrigerator needed cleaning.
• Arkadelphia High School, 401 High School Rd.
A common name was needed for food out of its original package. This was corrected.
• Ascent Children’s Health Services, 2410 Pine St.
A can opener required cleaning. In addition, single serve items were being stored on the floor. Both of these were corrected.
• Hamburger Barn, 2813 Pine St.
A spray bottle bearing no label was found in the kitchen area. In addition, a prep table was not maintaining proper cold holding temperatures, an opened bag of breading was found on the floor and soup was put in a warming unit after being taken out of a walk-in cooler. All these violations were corrected. Additionally, it was reported that the walls were in need of repairs in an effort to make them easier to clean.
• Group Living, 705 Main St.
Shell eggs had been kept above food and a box of potatoes was stored on the floor. Both violations were corrected.
• Rainbow Junction, 106 Lower Dam Pike
Raw bacon and chemicals were found to be reportedly being kept over ready to be consumed foods single service items. These were corrected.
• Perritt Primary, 1900 Walnut St.
A salt container was properly labeled.
• Great Wall, 112 W.P. Malone Dr.
During the inspection, active managerial controls to maintain food safety were not observed. An ice scoop infraction was corrected, as were issues regarding the thawing of beef and medicine storage. It was reported that wiping cloths must be kept in a sanitizing solution when not in use and a spray bottle was given a proper label. Other infractions that were corrected consisted of egg storage, common names for food packaging, hand washing and the discarding of items from the walk-in cooler that had not been labeled.