Time shifts backward early Sunday morning

There’s no springing forward or falling back for daylight saving time with a sundial. This one is at the John E.N. Howard Bandshell in St. Joseph. John Madill / H-P staff

If daylight saving time bugs you, there may be a reason.

Turns out the idea was first proposed in 1895 by George Hudson of New Zealand. He was an entomologist. Apparently he wanted the shift so he would have more time after work to collect insects.