By now, the community should have made the adjustment to their clocks so that they indicate an hour later than they did last week at this time of day. While that is not that hard to do mechanically, it is a different matter psychologically. Aside from having to adjust to get to work on time, the time change also means children are having to travel to their bus stops in the pre-dawn light. Captain Slade Ross of the Teton County Sheriff’s Office reminds motorists to be extra watchful in the wake of the shift to daylight savings time. Of course, in the early morning hours, animals are still on the road and are more at risk in being hit. As such, motorist should not be in a rush and Ross says, be as careful as possible with the time change.