Fargo, Texas, July 26, 2017–(CNN) The first thing I wanted to do was see how it was going to be.
It’s been a long time since I have visited.
I spent about a year in the Caribbean, and I’m back in the United States, which I have not seen since 2010.
For the past few months, I’ve been thinking about how I’m going to survive.
I don’t know what to expect.
“I have to be very prepared, and if something happens, I need to be able to say, ‘No, I’m not going to do that again.'”
Fargo is a small town, but not small in terms of the size of the city.
The population is just over 3,000.
The Fargo community of about 2,200 people is located about 25 miles (40 kilometers) northwest of Houston in the town of Port Arthur, Texas.
It is the second-smallest city in the U.S. in population, just over 1,000 people.
Residents have a very different outlook.
The community is not as densely populated as the Dallas and Fort Worth metropolitan areas, but it’s still home to more than a quarter of the population, according to the census bureau.
Fargo has become the epicenter of the Ebola epidemic, with about 1,800 cases reported in the area, and nearly 400 deaths, according the CDC.
There are no government officials in the small town of 1,835.
The county jail, which holds about 3,500 inmates, was built with private money.
Many people have lost relatives, and some have lost entire families, said Bill Clements, a community relations specialist with the Fargo Fire Department.
People are afraid of people who have Ebola.
But they are also afraid of the people who are doing nothing.
People want to get help and stay out of the fire.
They want to stay in their homes.
One thing I am hearing is that people are going to go out and do whatever they can, Clements said.
But if someone is contagious, he said, they have to leave immediately.
“I have seen it before, but people don’t want to take responsibility for what happens.”
“We need to make sure that we have a place for everyone to come and live, if they can come,” Clements added.
We’re going to have to figure out what’s best for everybody, he continued.
Clements is the town’s community relations representative.
He said that since January, Fargo has lost about 200 homes and nearly $8 million in property taxes.
That’s a lot of money.
“That’s going to come out of our pockets,” he said.
Clements said there are not many businesses or people to hire in the community.
So residents are trying to stay out, he explained.
He added that the community has not had a major outbreak of the virus.
But it has been very contagious.
Fargo was not a city when it was first identified as an Ebola hotspot in the early days of the pandemic.
Its first case was a man who traveled to the United Kingdom in May.
That was the last case in the city of about 700.
Fargo was the first community to receive the vaccine, which was approved by the U