I'm Sarah, with an H. 99% of people cannot pronounce my last name, so I'm known as Yov. Aspiring to be the next prison documentary show host, Yov spends her time doing absolutely nothing even close to reaching that goal. While judging people based on how they use "your" and "you're" on social media, she spends most of her time being a powerlifter and NPC figure competitor, watching other people's Netflix and wearing XXL sweatshirts way more than is socially acceptable. She is a recent graduate of the University of Montana and a proud member of Chi Chapter Alpha Phi. Wanna jam?
Property Owners of Damaged or Destroyed Homes, Land May Be Eligible For Tax Relief
Wildfire season is here and the Montana Department of Revenue is encouraging folks whose property is damaged by fires, or other natural disasters, to apply for property tax relief.
Montana Economy Finding ‘Balance’ – a ‘Healthy Recovery’ From Financial Crisis
There have been some big changes in trends in the Montana economy.
Montana Highway Patrol DUI Crackdown in Full Force Fourth of July Weekend
Fourth of July weekend is approaching and the Montana Highway Patrol has a few reminders for Montanans.
Former Deputy Forest Supervisor Ralph Rau Named Northern Region’s Director of Fire Operati…
A new Northern Region Director of Fire, Aviation and Air is in town…Ralph Rau came from the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests in north Idaho where he was the Deputy Forest Supervisor.
Montana Lumber Mills Closure Felt Across the State – Over 100 Employees Projected to be Cu…
Montana is still feeling the aftershock of the closure by Weyerhaeuser of two Montana lumber mills.
‘Paver’ Scam Surfaces in Great Falls, Helena
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox’s Office was notified this week of a new "paver" scam that has been seen recently in Great Falls and Helena.
Montana Motor Vehicle Division Recognized With Two Awards
The Montana Department of Justice announced its Motor Vehicle Division just received two awards from the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administration.
Montanan Remembers Talking With Muhammad Ali
The Muhammad Ali Memorial Service was broadcast live on TV on Friday and one Montanan had a special connection to the late legend. Retired Ambassador Mark Johnson of the Montana World Affairs Council spoke to Ali during the Iran Hostage Crisis and shared it with KGVO for the first time.
Montana and 20 Other States File Case Against Delware For Unclaimed ‘Official Checks,’ Acc…
Montana and 20 other states joined in an original action filing in the U.S. Supreme Court against the state of Delaware on Thursday.
Downtown Improvement Grants Awarded to Seven Montana Counties
Downtown improvement grants have been awarded on behalf of the Montana Main Street Program for fiscal year 2016.