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  • 2014 Outdoors: spotlight

    Local teacher a survivor Former Ferris High School science teacher, survival instructor, naturalist and artist Hazen Audel is spotlighting the skills of indigenous people in remote niches of the world …

  • 15-year-old wins at national diving championships

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Jordan Windle is a national champion diver before he’s old enough to be a licensed driver. Windle, who doesn’t turn 16 until November, convincingly won the men’s …

  • Spokane-based marine photographer has deep perspective

    Brandon Cole’s images of dolphins, killer whales, sharks and other marine life rank among the best marine photography in the world, yet he lives in Spokane, nearly 300 miles from …

  • High diving makes splash in Barcelona

    Swimming: High diving has taken the plunge into the sports mainstream. Thousands of people turned out Monday to watch 14 competitors descend from the height of a nine-story building into …

  • Serena captures 53rd WTA title of career

    Tennis: Serena Williams beat Johanna Larsson 6-4, 6-1 in the final of the Swedish Open in Bastad, Sweden, on Sunday, for her 53rd WTA title. The 24-year-old Swede broke to …

  • Alonso back in title race with win at home

    Auto racing: Fernando Alonso won the Spanish Grand Prix in front of his home fans in Barcelona, Spain, on Sunday to close the gap on championship leader Sebastian Vettel and …

  • Field reports: Fish weir installed on Okanogan River

    FISH – A temporary picket-style salmon weir recently has been installed on the Okanogan River about 15 miles upstream from its confluence with the Columbia River near Brewster, the Colville …

  • Affidavit: Suspect Arteaga formerly dated victim

    A former scuba diving instructor accused of murder dated the victim for years and was described by her friends as violent and controlling, according to information released Wednesday. Daniel R. …

  • Scuba instructor jailed on $1 million bond in murder case

    A former scuba diving instructor arrested for murder dated the victim for years and was described by her friends as violent and controlling, according to information released Wednesday.

  • Scuba instructor arrested in woman’s murder

    A Spokane diving instructor romantically linked to a woman who was shot to death on New Year’s Day has been arrested as a suspect in her murder.

  • Olympics look ahead: Humble Swin Cash eyes another gold medal

    LONDON – Next up for Swin Cash and the U.S. Olympic women’s team in their quest for another gold medal is a matchup with Angola. The Americans are looking for …

  • Diving champion Lenzi dies

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Mark Lenzi struck gold when he switched from wrestling to diving in the mid-1980s. Over the next decade, he became the 1992 Olympic 3-meter springboard champion, earned …

  • Cameron: Earth’s deepest spot desolate, foreboding

    WASHINGTON — The last frontier on Earth is out-of-this-world, desolate, foreboding, and moon-like, James Cameron said after diving to the deepest part of the ocean. And he loved it.

  • In brief: Benson arrested on assault charge

    NFL: Running back Cedric Benson was released from jail on Sunday following an arrest in Austin, Texas, on an assault charge, the second year in a row he has gotten …

  • Whitworth bests mark at nationals

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – The Whitworth men’s 200-yard medley relay broke the school record during the first night of competition at the 2011 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships on …

  • Face Time: Darren Prouty

    Every spring, as the rivers fill with cold, fast water and the temperature warms up, drownings, near-drownings and other water crises pop up around the Inland Northwest. To get a …

  • Sports People

    Troy Dumais, the 16-year-old diver being touted by many as the next Greg Louganis, beat defending champion Dean Panaro on the 1-meter springboard for his first national title in the …

  • Diver Accuses Ex-Coach Runner-Up Astonishes Interviewers By Claiming Harassment

    Platform diver Patrick Jeffrey’s doping control form is a sure sign he has qualified for the Olympics. Photo by Associated Press

  • It Was A Golden Albatross Diver Lenzi Made A Big Splash, But Quickly Sunk To The Bottom

    It was all happiness for gold medalist Mark Lenzi at Barcelona during 1992 Olympics. File/Associated Press



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