By Paul Schmitt
If you show up an hour early today for church or other events, you might have forgotten to set your clocks back. Daylight Savings Time officially occurred at 2 a.m. this morning. The easy reminder between the spring and fall is to “fall back” one hour or “spring ahead” next March. According to Wikipedia the common practice originated back in 1916 but was utilized by many counties at various times, especially back in the 1970’s during the energy crisis. Fortunately, most electronic devices adjust clocks automatically but any old school watches and clocks need to manually be set. The significance of it means that sunrise will be about 6:30 in the morning with sunset at 4:33 p.m.