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PAGE 6 SUPERIOR SUN,: SUPERIOR, iARIZONA JULY 10, 2013 / / i : Know what's below. before you dig. / i / i / /r / / / / It's Free. It's Easy. It's the Law. / / One call to 811 gets underground utility lines marked for FREE - whether you're a homeowner/ or professional excavator. Every digging job requires a call - even small projects - so be sure to: Call 811 two days before starting Wait for the site to be marked Respect the marks Dig with care any digging project Not calling can be life-threatening and costly. You can harm yourself or others, disrupt service to an entire neighborhood, and potentially be responsible for injuries, repair costs, and criminal penalties. Suspect a natural gas leak? Call 911 and Southwest Gas at 1-800-722-4277 immediately, whether you're our customer or not. / Tucson - Monsoon season is upon us, with rain falling across southeastern Arizona, but, with multiple fires currently burning on the Coronado, Stage FEUX 6ERM/O WITH OFFERS COMPLETE SATISFACTION FOR ALL YOUR PEST CONTROL NEEDS. PEST. TEP ffS " RODENTS BIRD CONTROL. BEES SCORPIONS ROACHES SPIDERS : ii~i~ CO.TACT rmx BERME,O (520) 466-9408 [ [ V (no) 280-6qls t ,3-. PO Box 310. Eroy. AZ 8m, T FEUXBERMEIoIq 3@HOTMAIL COM WE THANK OUR CUSTOMERSe. Se Habla Espa ol Affordable Dental Care Full Service Denture Lab On Site Emergencies & Walk-Ins Welcome Most Dental Insurance Accepted Financing Available FREE TEETH WHITENING Se Habla Espa ol. Senior Citizen Discount. Open Monday - Saturday Located in the Goodwill Plaza Signal Butte & Apache Trail) 2 fire restrictions, which are dependent upon both weather conditions and fire activity, will not be lifted. "As is typical of our monsoon season this time of year, storms are scattered and rainfall is patchy," said Coronado Forest Supervisor Jim Upchurch. "While some areas on the Forest have received precipitation, others have not and remain dry. Widespread, wetting rain is needed before fire danger will be reduced to the point we can safely lift or reduce fire restrictions." The sale of fireworks, and their use in some areas, are now legal in Arizona, but, fireworks are always prohibited, year-round, on federal lands. Under Stage 2 fire restrictions, the following are also prohibited: *Building, maintaining, attending, or using a fire, campfire, charcoal, coal, or wood stove including fires in developed campgrounds or improved sites. * Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building. * Discharging a firearm except while engaged in a lawful hunt pursuant to state, federal, or tribal laws and regulations. * Operating any internal combustion engine, except operating motorized vehicles on designated roads so long as you park in an area devoid of vegetation within 10 feet : of the roadway. * Welding, or operating Restrictions, Page 13