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?
Would a Brewfest Bring You to the Western Montana Fair?
Western Montana Fair officials are looking for ways to boost their attendance numbers. This year, they are starting a new tradition in hopes of reaching those goals.
Guiness World Record’s Week Showcases Dude Inhaling Hot Dog…With No Hands…Three Times
There are tons of ridiculous records. I feel like you can hold a record for pretty much anything.
Online Mapping Tool Created by Missoula County Distinguishes Public Land, Trails and Parks…
The Missoula County Parks, Trails & Open Lands Program has launched an new online mapping tool to help Missoulians discover new sites across town.
Apparently Graffiti in Glacier National Park is a ‘Thing’ Now?
We've seen and heard the ridiculous stories of tourists in Yellowstone National Park who may not have had their heads screwed on too tight upon their visit, but now in Glacier?!
Billings High School Senior Runs 1500M in Olympic Trials Qualifying Time
Christina Aragon is a name I think you'll be hearing a lot more often. Especially after this unbelievable performance.
Andy Cohen Herding Cattle, Fishing in Montana
You may know him from 'Watch What Happens: Live' on Bravo. He's also the executive producer for the Real Housewives franchise.
Missoulians Respond to Stanford Rape Case
A story that is sweeping the media this week carries a very powerful message, from the mouth of the victim herself. Now, Missoulians respond.
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.
Missoula City Council Sets Work Plan for Future of Mercantile Demolition
A five and a half week work plan was laid out at Missoula’s City Council meeting on Wednesday. Chairwoman Emily Bentley said the council is ready to dive head first into the Missoula Mercantile demolition debate.
‘No Credible Threat’ Found After Sentinel High School Bomb Threat Investigation
Sentinel High School administration were notified of a bomb threat on Tuesday, but after further investigation, Hatton Littman with Missoula County Public Schools said no credible threat was found.
Ravalli County Sheriff’s Office Releases New Smartphone App
Ravalli County is changing the way it communicates emergencies and other pertinent information with the public.
Study Shows 60 Percent of Teen Crashes Involve Distracted Driving
The 100 Deadly Days of Summer began over Memorial Day weekend in Montana. Julie Tomasik with AAA said over the past five years, more than 5,000 people have been killed in crashes involving teen drivers during this same period.