May 18, 2024
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  • 3:17 pm 8 area students receive Five Area Connect Scholarships
  • 3:14 pm Muleshoe City Council considers childcare facility tax exemption
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  • 3:13 pm Muleshoe Art Association holds last meeting of the year

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. More than 44 million people across the country experience mental health conditions every year. They range from depression to post-traumatic stress, substance abuse and various others. In recent years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the numbers have notably increased. Mental health disorders are treatable. This month, Texans are encouraged to take charge of their mental health and seek assistance, according to the text from a proclamation read by Plainview Mayor Charles Starnes to a gathered Central Plains Center crew on Friday. During a brief presentation at the CPC office, Starnes officially proclaimed this month to be Mental Health Awareness Month in Plainview. The CPC covers nine counties including: Bailey, Parmer, Lamb, Castro, Swisher, Hale, Floyd, Briscoe and Motley.

Ellysa Harris/Plainview Herald

Ellysa Harris


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