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- 4- Page A-10 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, May 8, 2014 County coroner announces bid for re-election Boysen STAFF REPORT current term. files from microfilm to Stockwell and deputy He has a master's de- news@masoncounty.com First, he joined with digital archives during his coroners are on call 24 gree in public adminis- Kitsap and Thurston current term. hours a day and respond tration and has passed Mason County Coroner counties to use their au- The coroner's office also to about 250 deaths each national death investiga- Wes Stockwell will seek topsy facilities, recently switched from year. tion examinations con- re-election Nov. 4. Both counties have paper to electronic death Stockwell is a 1976 ducted by the American He was first elected new autopsy suites, in- certificates, graduate of Shelton Board of Medicolegal county coroner in 2006. cluding digital X-ray They can now be de- High School and a re- Death Investigators, and Stockwell said he has equipment, livered to families and tired sergeant with the trained with a medical hdd three significant ac- Stockwell also trans- funeral homes over the Washington State Pa- examiner in New York complishments during his ferred 73 years of coroner Internet. trol. City. FOOD INSPECTIONS Food inspections are provided by the Mason County Department of Health. Critical viola- tions and noncritical violations are listed, and are assigned a point value based on their seriousness. Critical violations (red), if left uncorrected, are more likely to lead to food contamination or foodborne illness. Noncritical violations (blue) do not directly relate to causing foodborne illnesses, but could hinder the operation of the restaurant. Establishments are typically inspected once or twice each yea. March 1-31 March 3: Food Mart -- Red (5 points): Food worker cards not current for all food work- ers. Red (10 points): Food in dell preparation area cold hold tested at 50-55 degrees. All potentially hazardous food must be cold held at 41 degrees or less. Turn down or service unit immediately. March 3: Grove Street Brewhouse -- Blue (3 points): Serving scoops stored inside coffee / tea holders. Must be stored outside con- tainer to prevent cross contamination. Re- move as soon as possible. Red (25 points): Gloves not worn in kitchen area during food preparation. Must be worn at all times when working with ready-to-eat food. March 4: James Food Mart -- no deficien- cies March 4: Memory Hall - no deficiencies March 4: Mickey's Dell & Grocery -- Red (5 points): Food worker cards not current for all food workers. Red (10 points): No soap or paper towels at hand-wash sink. Must be stocked at all times. Restock immediately Red (5 points): Milk in open air cooler was at 44 degrees. All potentially hazardous foods must be cold held at 41 or less. Adjust tem- perature or move milk immediately. March 5: Hama Hama Restaurant (pre- opening inspection) - no deficiencies March 5: Mi Tarandita -- no deficiencies March 6: Redneck Coffee Shack - no de- ficiencies March 6: Taqueria Las Cazuelitas - Blue (3 points): Scoops stored in powders. Spoons, tongs, must be stored outside containers. Blue (2 points): Hot water heater and walk-in refrigerator not maintained and functioning properly. May need new hot water heater immediately. Red (5 points): Food worker cards not current for all food workers. Red (10 points): Walk-in refrigerator temperature containing milk, eggs and cheese at 47 de- grees. All potentially hazardous food must be cold held at 41 degrees or less. Service and adjust unit immediately. March 7: Alderbrook Country Store - no deficiencies March 7: Bear Creek Country Store - Red (5 points): Milk temperature in walk-in tested at 44 degrees. All cold-held potentially haz- ardous foods must be at 41 degrees or less. Adjust or service unit immediately. March 7: Seabeck Pizza -- no deficiencies March 10: Eagle Creek Saloon - Red (10 points): Hand-wash sink not working. One sink must be working for hand-washing only. Service and fix immediately. March 10: Hoodsport Coffee Company -- no deficiencies March 10: Lake Cushman Resort -- no de- ficiencies March 11: Casper's Pizza - no deficiencies March 11: Fresh Start Market & Dell -- Red (10 points): Preparation cold temperature tasted at 48-50 degrees. All potentially haz- ardous foods must be cold held at 41 de- grees or less. Corrected during inspection. March 12: Allen's Billiards & More -- no deficiencies March 12: Summertide Store - no deficien- cies i March 14: Brown's Daily Grind -- no deft- ciencies March 14: Taylor Towne Store / Subway -- Red (5 points): Expired food worker cards. March 17: The Girls Caf4 - no deficiencies March 17" Michael's Meats & Seafood -- no deficiencies March 17: Valley Espresso -- no deficien- cies March 18: Allyn Towne Coffee - no defi- ciencies March 21: Dairy Queen (Shelton) - no de- ficiencies March 21: Taylor Station - Red (5 points): Multiple containers of pooled eggs. Eggs must be cooked and prepared immediately after being cracked. Dispose of eggs im- mediately. March 24: Christ Lutheran Childcare Center -- no deficiencies March 24: Dairy Queen (Belfair) - Red (5 points): Sliced tomatoes in preparation cold hold; potentially hazardous foods must be kept at 41 degrees or less. Adjust tempera- ture and / or change storage procedure. March 24: Mason Benson Club - no defi- ciencies March 24: Shelton Red Apple Market - Blue (5 points): Rear open coolers not adequate for temperature control. Blue (2 points): Ice formations in rear walk-in freezer. Service and adjust immediately. Red (10 points): Deli meat and cheese tested between 41-52 degrees. All cold held po- tentially hazardous food must be cold held at 41 degrees or leJs. Adjust or service unit immediately. March 24: Spencer Lake Grocery - no de- ficiencies March 24: Steamers - no deficiencies March 25: Hood Canal Grocery Inc. - Red (10 points): Made pizzas in open air hold were not at 44-52 degrees. Must be cold held at 41 degrees or less. Service unit im- mediately. Corrected during inspection. Red (15 points): Meat cutters and grinders not cleaned after use to prevent bacteria growth and cross contamination. Corrected during inspection. March 25: Shelton Cinema Espresso - no deficiencies March 25: St. David of Wales -- Red (10 points): Expired milk; dispose of immedi- ately. Corrected during inspection. March 25: Xinh's Clam & Oyster House - no deficiencies March 26: Robin Hood Restaurant & Lounge - Red (5 points): Sliced tomatoes tested at 44 degrees. All potentially hazard- ous foods must be cold held at 41 degrees or less. Reorganize storage immediately. March 27: Jay's Farm Stand -- no deficien- cies March 27: Super 8 Motel - no deficiencies March 31: Papa Murphy's (Shelton) -- no deficiencies Congratulations Sherry on your retirement from 33 years of faithful and honorable service in the United States Air Force. Thank you for your service. We love you and are so proud. Wishing you all the best in the future. - Your Family Mount Rushmore & the Black Hills of South Dakota Sept. 6-14, 2014 $799 p/p double occupancy, add $300 single Open to Adults 21 and older. Center membership is not required/ Deluxe Motor Coach Tour Departure from Shelton with Olympia & Lacey pick-ups. (Trip is 2/3 full!) 8 nights accommodations & taxes. 14 meals, all admissions, tours. Mason County Senior Activities Center, Call 360-426-7374 for Info,