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State Moves To Keep Mooseheart Molester In Prison

A former Mooseheart employee who has spent two decades in prison for sexually assaulting young boys will not be released from custody this week as expected.

11/21/2013

Sudan natives (left to right) Wal Khat, Mangisto Deng, Makur Puou, and Akim Nyang transferred to Moosehart, a boarding school in Batavia last year. (Credit: Mooseheart)

Sudanese Athletes Can Play Basketball At Mooseheart, IHSA Rules

The three young men, and a fourth teen from Sudan, transferred to Mooseheart — a boarding school for troubled youth in Batavia — last year.

12/10/2012

Sudan natives (left to right) Wal Khat, Mangisto Deng, Makur Puou, and Akim Nyang transferred to Moosehart, a boarding school in Batavia last year. (Credit: Mooseheart)

Judge Allows Sudanese Players To Suit Up For Batavia School Basketball Team

The Mooseheart Ramblers hit the basketball court with extra bounce in their steps Tuesday night, after a judge ruled three Sudanese players previously declared ineligible by the Illinois High School Association could play until there’s a full hearing on their eligibility.

12/04/2012

The eaglets saved from Moosheart are being prepared for their return to the wild at Flint Creek Wildlife’s flight chamber. (Credit: Flint Creek Wildlife)

Orphaned Bald Eaglets Released To The Wild

The two bald eaglets rescued and raised in captivity after a springtime storm tore down their nest in Kane County are now creatures of the wild.

WBBM Newsradio–11/14/2011

Eagles had their nest rebuilt after a severe storm destroyed it by the Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation (Photo Credit: Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation)

Neglected Eaglets Making Good Progress

Two bald eaglets hatched on the Kane County property of Mooseheart and then taken into the care of a wildlife rehabilitation center two weeks ago are doing well and gaining weight.

CBS Chicago–06/15/2011

Eagles had their nest rebuilt after a severe storm destroyed it by the Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation (Photo Credit: Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation)

Eaglets Get Their New Home

Two six-week-old bald eaglets that were tossed out of their nest by storms in Kane County over the weekend are back in a newly reconstructed nest.

WBBM Newsradio–06/01/2011

Eagles had their nest rebuilt after a severe storm destroyed it by the Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation (Photo Credit: Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation)

Rush Is On To Save Bald Eagle Nest, Eaglets

A family of bald eagles near the Mooseheart home in Kane County has lost its home–but Mooseheart and wildlife groups are trying to rebuild it.

CBS Chicago–05/31/2011