Time changes this weekend
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Don’t forget Daylight Saving Time ends this Sunday, Nov. 3, at 2 a.m. Unless you want to wake up and “fall back”, local residents are reminded to set their clocks back one hour on Saturday night.
Grady County Fire Chief and Emergency Management Agency Director Richard Phillips also encourages Grady Countians to take this opportunity to make sure home smoke detectors have fresh batteries and are functioning properly.
“We always encourage folks to check out their home smoke detectors and fire alarms at this time of year,” Chief Phillips said.
The Grady EMA director also said it is a good opportunity to change the batteries in flashlights, weather radios, and other safety devices.
“Also, talk with your family members about your personal safety plan. In the event of an emergency, having a plan, a properly working smoke detector, weather radio and plenty of flashlights can be critical,” Chief Phillips said.