Here are some of the stories we covered for you today, Tuesday June 1, 2021
(Colorado) -- The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is no longer limiting the number of people who can attend indoor events. The state health department announced the elimination of the indoor capacity limits yesterday. The agency also modified its face covering requirements, saying those 12-years-old and older who are unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated need to wear masks. The requirement only applies to schools, camps, Colorado DMV offices, prisons and jails and some areas of healthcare.
(Greely, CO) -- The world's largest meat supplier says it was the target of a cyberattack. Greeley-based meat company JBS says the hacking affected some of its servers for its North American and Australian operations. The company says it's not aware of any sensitive information being breached. Once it learned of the hack, it shut down the affected systems and notified authorities.
(Colorado Springs, CO) -- USA Volleyball is cutting ties with a junior volleyball tournament after a controversy over breastfeeding. The Colorado Springs-based organization announced in a statement that it was cutting all ties with the Colorado Crossroads Junior National tournament, removing it as a qualifier for the Junior National Championship. The announcement came after a coach was not allowed to enter the Colorado Convention Center in Denver with her infant. The tournament director reportedly told some breastfeeding mothers that the rule was being enforced due to COVID-19 protocols.
(La Junta, CO) -- The La Junta Literacy Project is accepting applications for summer volunteers right now. The summer session is soon to start. If you think you’d like to help out, just click on the link we’ve placed for you on our FB page at KBLJ radio. You must watch a video, read the expectations, complete your online tutor training and complete the application.