Morning Star Boys' Ranch

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Morning Star Boys' Ranch is a behavior modification facility located on Glenrose Prairie, near Spokane, Washington <ref>The campus on Google maps</ref>.

The program detains boy aged between 14 and 17.

It was founded in 1957.

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They offer two kind of residential programs. The length and nature of the programs are not stated on their homepage.

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In 2002 they expanded by opening a group home called St. John Bosco House <ref>About the group home on the program homepage</ref>. Boys detained at this facility are granted work furloughs, so they can attend the local high school.

In 2005, allogations of sexual abuse was raised against Rev. Joseph Weitensteiner, who choose to resign from the facility <ref>Four more men allege abuse at boys' ranch, Two men name Weitensteiner as perpetrator at Morning Star, by Benjamin Shors, Spokesman Review, June 5, 2007</ref> <ref>25 years of sex abuse recounted in documents, Deseret Morning News, October 17 2005</ref>.

In 2010 the trial was pending with testifies from both sides <ref>Key witness delivers bombshell in Morning Star Boys Ranch sex abuse trial,, January 26, 2010</ref>

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