By Kalsey Stults
With summer winding into fall, tourists will start making their way back home and waiting for another year to come for a relaxing break.
The employees at the Dickinson Convention and Visitors Bureau, however, have to kick their work into overtime to compensate for the lack of tourism in the area the past year.
Terri Thiel, the CVB's executive director, said the organization's focus now is working to try to bring sportsmen and women to the Dickinson area during hunting season.
Read more at The Dickinson Press.