Wayback: Turning Back The Clocks. Here's What Copper Valley People Said About Daylight Savings 30 Years Ago

From Slana to Glennallen, Eureka & Copperville, Locals Had Their Thoughts About Daylight Savings  An October 31st, 1991 Interview In The...

From Slana to Glennallen, Eureka & Copperville, Locals Had Their Thoughts About Daylight Savings 

An October 31st, 1991 Interview In The Copper River Country Journal


Some things never seem to change. Thirty years ago, there was a heavy snow in the Copper Valley in late October. And, in 1991, the Powers-That-Be turned back our clocks, so we could suddenly watch darkness descend on us at 5:30 in the afternoon, instead of 6:30.


Local people had their opinions on all that. Here's a look at a Country Journal written at that time:


 



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