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Spring Forward

Setting Ahead Midwest Style

By Jenna Latour Nichols
endeavorsin.com

Indiana and other states, for a long time, did not observe day light savings time due to the fact that their farm animals had no concept of time.

Makes sense to me, read more here.

“DST is a long-standing controversy in Indiana, not only as an agricultural state, but also because the meridian separating the eastern and central time zones divides the state. In the past, neighboring communities sometimes ended up one or even two hours apart. In the current compromise, the state has three kinds of time zones: 77 counties, most of the state, are on Eastern Standard Time but do not use DST; 5 counties near Chicago and 5 counties in the southwestern corner of the state are on Central Standard Time and do use DST; and 2 counties near Cincinnati, Ohio and 3 counties near Louisville, Kentucky are on Eastern Standard time but do use DST.”

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