The U.S. Department of Transportation has released a list of eight Indiana counties that will be changed to observe the Central time zone.
In northern Indiana, they include Starke and Pulaski. In southern Indiana they are Knox, Daviess, Martin, Perry, Dubois and Pike.
Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma says he's pleased with the results.
The change will be offical on April 2nd when 74 counties move their clocks ahead one hour for the first time in thirty years.
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