Good morning, it’s Thursday, Aug. 14. Here are this morning’s headlines:
- Historically high prices for cattle this year increase the risk of cattle theft.
- Eugene’s latest proposed homeless camp, the Nightingale Health Sanctuary, has been scratched because the location does not meet “rest stop rules.”
- An invasive tree species named “tree of heaven” is taking over some Vancouver neighborhoods.
- A shortage of affordable rental housing in Bend has local officials considering the idea of tiny houses.
- Sprague River will host an auction benefit on Saturday for victims of the Moccasin Hill wildfire.