Scores from Henry County restaurant inspections conducted by the Henry County Health Department for the week of Dec. 31-Jan. 6 (maximum score: 100; scores available online at inspections.myhealthdepartment. com/tennessee): • Woody’s Pizza, 849 Volunteer Drive, Paris — Jan. 4. Score: 93. Critical violation: food-contact surfaces not properly cleaned and sanitized (dish machine not sanitizing). A follow-up inspection was completed the same day, with critical violation corrected and score adjusted to 98. • Pizza Hut, 1055 Mineral Wells Ave. Suite 1, Paris — Jan. 4. Score: 100. • Domino’s Pizza, 201 Tyson Ave., Paris — Jan. 4. Score: 94. Critical violation: improper eating, tasting, drinking or tobacco use (observed employee eating sandwich over prep table upon arrival; discussed proper places to eat and take breaks). A follow-up inspection was completed the same day, with critical violation corrected and score adjusted to 99. • Little Caesars, 1025 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Jan. 4. Score: 99. • Prater’s Taters, 1055 Mineral Wells Ave., Suite 16, Paris — Jan. 6. Score: 96. Critical violation: food not properly separated and protected (bagged lettuce stored in contact with unopened package of raw meat; rearranged during inspection). A followup inspection was completed the same day, with critical violation corrected and score adjusted to 100. • The Roaming Beet Box Cafe, 206B Tyson Ave., Paris — Jan. 6. Score: 100. • Hardee’s, 1005 Mineral Wells Ave., Paris — Jan. 6. Score: 97. 

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