A state Senator thinks it’s time for a change – in time, that is.
Sen. Dave Oehlke (R-Devils Lake) has a bill to put all of North Dakota on Central Standard Time. And it would eliminate Daylight Savings Time for the state.
Oehlke has a number of co-sponsors. He said they all think it’s time to make this change.
"A couple of those folks have businesses that operate on both sides of the state, in both time zones," Oehlke said. "They see the total sense of making it work for their businesses in particular."
As for Daylight Savings Time?