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September 20, 2019

A freak accident took the life of a Hodgenville girl on Tuesday. According to WDRB, 9-year-old Charlene “Charlie” Sipes wrecked her bike near her home, and as she fell, the handlebar break hit her in the neck, causing severe injury. Charlie’s mother found her and carried her back to their home about 200 feet away, but the girl died on what was her ninth birthday.

Radcliff Police made a disturbing discovery Thursday afternoon. According to Police Chief Jeff Cross, a body was found in a wooded area in Radcliff around 12:14 PM. A death investigation is underway, and no new information is available at this time.

A bill pre-filed on Wednesday would help veterans who run non-profit businesses. BR 412 passed out of the Senate with a unanimous vote. Senator Dennis Parrett says this bill would allow fees required when beginning a non-profit to be waived, if the non-profit is 51% or more owned by a veteran.

The Vine Grove Autumn Days Festival will be taking place this weekend. The parade will kick off at 10 AM, and the festival will begin after. There will be food, vendors, and most importantly, the King of the Grove: Fire Department vs. Police Department Softball Game. All funds from the event will go towards the Rachel’s Fun for Everyone Splash Pad Project.

The Historic State Theater will be hosting a performance by a former America’s Got Talent contestant as a part of a fundraising effort. The event is called Taste of Guatemala, and will feature a five-course Guatemalan meal, followed by a performance by Linkin Bridge. All proceeds will go to the Living Waters Guatemala Partnership, which seeks to share clean water with remote villages in Guatemala. Tickets can be purchased at thestate270.org.