Daylight Saving Time ends officially at 2:00 Sunday morning as we turn the clocks back an hour. The Dickson Fire Department and area volunteer fire departments remind you that the return to Standard Time is a good time to change the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. With cold weather already here, area fire departments have already responded to several home fires as heating units, space heaters and fireplaces are seeing their first use of the season. Firefighters also urge fireplace users to have their chimneys inspected and cleaned of creosote buildup if needed. The United States sees an average of seven home fire deaths every day and Dickson County has already suffered two fire fatalities this year. For more information on winter fire safety, call Dickson Fire Department Fire Prevention Officer Julia Holt at 446-6331. Several area volunteer fire departments also offer programs to provide smoke detectors to residents who need them. Don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour before heading to bed Saturday night.