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?
Montana Political Party Contribution Limits Reinstated
Since May 17, Montana has had no contribution limits for political parties, but that will change as of Thursday.
Environmental Group Files Lawsuit Over Transfer of Bison Range
Attorneys for the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility filed a lawsuit this week over a potential transfer of the National Bison Range to the Salish and Kootenai Tribes in Montana.
Prices at the Gas Pump on the Rise – Still Cheaper Than One Year Ago
Memorial Day weekend is almost here and as families prepare for weekend road trips, they're probably expecting higher gas prices.
DPHHS Reminds Montanans of Special Arthritis Programs Available Throughout the State
May is National Arthritis Month and Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Health Educator Melissa Vandervos wanted to get the message out the state’s arthritis program.
The ‘100 Deadly Days of Summer’ – MHP Increasing Patrols Leading Up to Memorial Day
The “100 Deadly Days of Summer…” Sounds a little daunting, doesn’t it?
Montana Epidemiologist Reminds Public to be Cautious of Rabid Animals This Summer
Spring and summer time in Montana is the best time to get out and explore what Big Sky Country has to offer. With that in mind, Epidemiologist Dana Fejes has a reminder for the public to be on the lookout for rabid wildlife.
Cold, Wet Weather System Just What Western Montana Needs, According to NWS Meterologist
Rain, rain go away…or maybe it should stay.
Byrnes Professorship Endowment Gives $1M in Lifelong Funding to UM Finance Department
The University of Montana’s School of Business Administration now has a permanent endowed position thanks to a gracious gift from Carol Jean Byrnes on behalf of her husband Donald.
Montana Tourism Number Final – ITRR Reports ‘Numbers Tell a Compelling Story’
Final data calculations are in for the 2015 travel season in Montana...
Montana Gas Prices Continuing Their Upward Trend, Petroleum Analyst Reports
Gas prices are rising in Montana as the state is greeted with warm, summer heat this first week of May.