Jackson County health inspectors evaluated 99 restaurants in May. One restaurant failed its semiannual inspection, and 23 received perfect scores of 100. All scores are reported in the Mail Tribune, with a portion published weekly.

Jackson County health inspectors evaluated 99 restaurants in May. One restaurant failed its semiannual inspection, and 23 received perfect scores of 100. All scores are reported in the Mail Tribune, with a portion published weekly.

The following restaurants received passing scores of 70 points or higher:

Bel Di's on the Rogue, Shady Cove — 92; Big Town Hero, Ashland — 98; The Black Sheep, Ashland — 83; Caffe Diem, Medford — 90; Cascade Gorge Restaurant, Prospect — 82; Chewy's Coffee & Eatery, Medford — 90; Creekside Deli & Pub, Rogue River — 91; Dairy Queen, Barnett Road, Medford — 95; Downtown Grounds, Medford — 95; Downtowne Coffeehouse, Talent — 90; Duck in Deli, Medford — 98; El Albanil, Medford — 90; El Arriero, Medford — 95; The Elizabethan Theatre, Ashland — 98; Extreme Fresh, Rogue Valley Mall, Medford — 98; Extreme Juice Company, North Phoenix Road, Medford — 90; Extreme Juice Company, Medford Center, Medford — 98; Fish Lake Resort, Eagle Point — 85; Giseppi's Pizzeria and Sports Den, Ashland — 94; Greenleaf Restaurant, Ashland — 99; Habaneros, Medford — 93; Happy's Tacos, Shady Cove — 95; Howard Prairie Resort, Ashland — 85; Human Bean, Stewart Avenue, Medford — 98; Jack in the Box, South Pacific Highway, Medford — 96; KC 97 Aero Diner, Medford — 90; KFC, Barnett Road, Medford — 94; Koko's, Ashland — 99; La Fiesta, Jacksonville — 92; Las Palmas, Jacksonville — 88; Lava Lanes, Medford — 97; Lemon Grass Thai Cuisine, Medford — 99; Library Coffee Shop, Ashland — 92; Little Caesar's Pizza, White City — 80.

Inspectors subtract points for critical violations, which include: foods held at improper temperatures, improperly cooled or reheated; not properly protected from contamination, from unapproved origins, unsafe, adulterated or not honestly presented; not date-marked or discarded upon expiration; raw animal foods improperly cooked; presence of rodents or insects; inadequate personal hygiene; failure to clean and sanitize food equipment; lack of an approved water system; toxic chemicals or cleansers not properly stored, used or labeled.

Inspection files are open to the public at the division of environmental health, Jackson County Health and Human Services, 1005 E. Main St., Medford.

Restaurant scores are posted online at www.jacksoncounty.org and www.mailtribune.com/dining