Jacky and Jonny Wade in this 2015 photo.
Jacky and Jonny Wade in this 2015 photo. Provided
Jacky and Jonny Wade in this 2015 photo. Provided

He died too young. Now a group is giving $75,000 to help others like him.

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  • Get a look inside the new Peacock Bakery and Cafe

    Peacock Bakery and Cafe had its first day open at its new location on Nov. 16. The bakery expanded its operations into what used to be known as House of Plenty, located at 802 9th St. in Highland, Illinois. The bakery is now serving breakfast and lunch.