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Sarah Yovetich

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 an NPC figure competitor, watching other people's Netflix and wearing XXL sweatshirts way more than is socially acceptable. She presides as President of Alpha Phi Chi Chapter at the University of Montana and will be swiping up her diploma in May. Wanna jam?

Senator Steve Daines Works to Mitigate the Future of Drought on Montana

Despite more recent weather activity in western Montana, U.S. Senator Steve Daines worked the floor today in Washington to ensure the state be prepared to respond to potential drought conditions and wildfire activity.

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Bike for Shelter
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15th Annual Bike for Shelter More than Just a Fundraiser, It’s Tradition

The Watson Children's Shelter is hosting their 15th annual Bike for Shelter event Saturday, May 30, but the bike ride has become more than just a fundraiser—it's become a tradition.

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Sage Grouse
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Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service Plan to Protect Sage Grouse, Develop Safer Habitat

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced today the completion of a series of final environmental impact statements focusing on sage grouse in the west.

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Road Construction
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Russell Street Project in Missoula Open to Public Comment and Suggestions

An update on the latest plans in addition to a public comment and suggestion period is being held on Wednesday, May 27 in regards to the Russell Street road project between West Broadway and Dakota Street in Missoula.

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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Working on New Mountain Lion Management Plan, Taking Comments and Suggestions

Recent studies on the number of mountain lions in the Bitterroot showed much higher numbers than state wildlife experts had expected. Those findings are part of the reason why Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is updating their mountain lion management plan.

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