It's that time again (tick, tock, tick, tock) when we "spring forward" for daylight savings time! Saturday night before you go to bed, move all the clocks ahead one hour so that you're not running behind all day Sunday. Of course, there's bound to be at least one clock that you'll forget to change, which you'll notice in the morning and then panic over before you realize that you forgo
Daylight Savings Time goes into effect this Sunday at 2 a.m., at least for MOST of the state it will. Believe it or not, there are parts of the state of Indiana that don't recognize daylight saving time. Why? I don't know. Maybe they were born in the 1800's before DST and are just TOO stubborn to change...
Daylight Savings time goes into effect for most of Indiana this weekend so don't forget to set your clocks back one hour after you come back from the club Saturday night! You ever wonder why we use daylight savings time! According to an article in National Geographic I read, (yes, I read National Geographic Online), Ben Franklin—of "early to bed and early to rise" fame—was apparently
At 2am on November 6th, Evansville area residents, along with others around the world, will once again go through the annual fall ritual of moving our clocks back one hour to reflect the change from Daylight Savings Time to Daylight Standard Time. Ever wonder why or how this whole process got started? It turns out that it's more complicated than simply pushing a button or turning a screw on the ba