U.S. is springing forward to daylight saving, but for Navajo and Hopi nations, it's a time of confusion

Melissa Blackhair speaks of daylight savings time, Monday, March 4, 2024, from her home in Tuba City. Blackhair lives along a stretch of highway that is the de facto border between the Navajo and Hopi reservations and two time zones. Mind-bending time calculations is what people in the largest Native American reservation in the U.S. have to endure every March through November. The Navajo Nation, which stretches into Utah and New Mexico, will reset clocks for one hour later despite the rest of Arizona remaining on standard time. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Melissa Blackhair speaks of daylight savings time, Monday, March 4, 2024, from her home in Tuba City. Blackhair lives along a stretch of highway that is the de facto border between the Navajo and Hopi reservations and two time zones. Mind-bending time calculations is what people in the largest Native American reservation in the U.S. have to endure every March through November. The Navajo Nation, which stretches into Utah and New Mexico, will reset clocks for one hour later despite the rest of Arizona remaining on standard time. (AP Photo/Matt York)

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