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Diving deep: Inland Northwest boasts underwater thrills for all skill levels

Whether it’s to explore the graveyards of sunken vessels in Lake Coeur d’Alene or to get acquainted with the colorful fish of the tropics, scuba diving is likely your best way to experience the underwater world. “Most people have no clue what’s underwater,” said Jim Flodin, scuba instructor and owner of Diver’s West in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene since 2007. “It’s alive and vibrant.”

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. Arteaga, 40, remains in the Spokane County Jail on $1 million bond after appearing before Superior Court Judge Annette Plese on Wednesday on a first-degree murder charge.

Widow of drowned diver sues Spokane’s Scuba Center

The wife of a Spokane stockbroker who drowned in a scuba diving accident in March is suing Scuba Center of Spokane and its owner-instructor, Daniel Arteaga. Maureen Maher-Gray, the widow of John W. Gray, filed the damage suit Tuesday in Spokane County Superior Court. Maher-Gray is the personal representative for her late husband’s estate, according to court documents.

Lawsuit filed over scuba-diving death

The wife of a Spokane stockbroker who drowned in a scuba diving accident in March has filed a damage suit in Spokane County Superior Court against Scuba Center of Spokane and its owner-instructor, Daniel Arteaga.

Pumpkins take a deep breath

On these crisp fall days before Halloween, pumpkins usually are seen lined up on porches or tables, not under the icy waters of an area lake. But that’s where a couple of the big orange gourds ended up Saturday – 25 feet under the surface of Lake Coeur d’Alene.