In 2019, the annual methamphetamine-related death rate in Montana was 7.2 per 100,000 people, exceeding the national average of 5.7 per 100,000 people. Furthermore, over 65 percent of Child and Family Services Division substance-use related placements list methamphetamine as the primary drug.
Around coffee shops and kitchen tables in Missoula, conversations always center around one question: ‘Why aren’t things getting better? Taxes are higher, home and apartment prices are higher and people feel helpless to stop it.’
So I'm playing in a tournament this weekend. I gotta say I'm pretty excited about this one, and I'm hoping that you guys will come out and watch us. It's an ultimate frisbee tournament. But this no ordinary ultimate frisbee tournament- this is ultimate frisbee on horseback.