The days after Springing Ahead are always strange. But things were even stranger back in the 1960s when Duluth led a charge to match Wisconsin on the dates to change clocks. Mass confusion in Minnesota ensued, and even St. Paul and Minneapolis were at one time an hour apart in official times.
I tried following this, but my head hurt, and I went back to bed. It was 100 years ago this month when federal lawmakers approved a standard for daylight savings time across the U.S. The Minneapolis Tribune explained it all in hoary details on March 29, 1918.
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