The Hardin County Commissioners received an update from Sheriff Keith Everhart at Tuesday's meeting.
The Sheriff, along with Chief Deputy Dennis Burns, told the commissioners that body cameras will be updated for all deputies as well as the dog warden and kennel. They noted the updates will be made in January.
Job and Family Services Director John Folk also addressed the commissioners. One of the things he talked about was the number of households receiving food stamps. He noted that through October, 1481 households received food stamp assistance. He said the cost was $374,209.