One Northern Arizona forest is coming off fire restrictions completely at 6 a.m. Friday. The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest announced Thursday that increased amounts of rain in recent weeks and cooler temperatures have combined to reduce fire risk. Forest officials say although reduced, wildfire risk remains. They say to avoid using campfires if conditions are dry, hot or a safe location is not available. If you decide to camp in the forest in the White Mountains and decide to have a campfire, make sure to drown, stir and feel ash to be sure all heat is gone.