Daylight saving time ends Sunday, and while people are setting their clocks back by one hour, Cody fire marshal Sam Wilde reminds everyone to check their smoke and carbon monoxide detector batteries at the same time. Senior citizens or low income families with children who live in the Cody Fire District are eligible for free smoke detectors and free installation.

Call (307) 527-8550 for more information or if you need help checking and replacing batteries. 

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