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?
Missoula County Picked to Attend National Stepping Up Summit in Washington D.C.
The National Stepping Up Summit provides a platform for local county leaders to work towards reducing the number of people with mental illnesses in jails.
New UM Autonomous Aerial Systems Office Hosts Drone Fly-In Next Week
A new office on the University of Montana campus is exploring unmanned aerial systems, or drones
Fish Stocking and Maintenance Underway in Missoula
Fish stocking has commenced in western Montana as ice continues to melt and spring on the way.
Gas Prices in Montana Averaging $1.45 Cheaper Per Gallon Compared to 2013
Gas prices in Montana leveled out this week, but the U.S. saw a bit of an increase.
Local Law Enforcement Taking the Polar Plunge on Saturday, Feb. 27
The 17th annual Super Grizzly Dip set to raise money for Special Olympics athletes by taking the Polar Plunge.
University of Montana Celebrating 123rd Birthday on Thursday – UM Charter Days Ceremony Op…
The University of Montana is celebrating its 123rd birthday on Thursday, Feb. 18!
New Restaurant to Come in Missoula?
Rumors have been flying via social media today about a new restaurant headed for Zootown...Can you confirm this?
Gas Prices in Montana More Than 20 Cents Lower Than One Year Ago
Average retail gasoline prices in Montana have fallen 6.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $1.71 per gallon Monday, according to GasBuddy.com
Sen. Steve Daines Finalizes Ban on Internet Taxation
Senator Steve Daines finalized a ban on state and local governments from taxing Internet access on Thursday.