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Jesse Parker was a young boy who had big dreams to change the world, but never got to realize those dreams.
WKBT News 8 has earned a 2015 Regional Edward R. Murrow award for our hour-long “Tears to Water” special.
News 8 Anchor Mike Thompson and Photojournalist Travis Kobs traveled to Uganda to highlight the impact of Jesse Parker's legacy and what his family and…
The dreams of 17-year-old Jesse Parker of Tomah are now making a difference on the other side of the world.
When 17-year-old Jesse Parker of Tomah lost his life in a car crash in 2009, the community rallied around the Parker family to keep Jesse's dreams alive.
Seventeen-year-old Jesse Parker had dreams to bring clean water to Africa until his life was cut short by a tragic accident.
Five years ago, Jesse Parker of Tomah tragically passed away at the age of 17 – but today, he is still making his mark in our community.
The fifth annual Remembering Jesse Parker 5K Run/Walk and 5 mile run is scheduled for Saturday, June 28 at 8 a.m. at Tomah High School.
In June, News 8's Mike Thompson and Travis Kobs traveled to Busolo, Uganda with family and friends of Jesse Parker to help fulfill his dream of social…
Remembering Jesse Parker, Inc. is inspired by the creative, thoughtful and compassoinate ideas that so many young people have to change the world.
Rotary After Hours - La Crosse
Members of the La Crosse Rotary After Hours will travel to Patewo, Uganda in August to provide school supplies and sporting equipment for three new classrooms.
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