In a few weeks, the waters of Lake Coeur d'Alene will be filled with boats.
With almost 25 miles of lake to cover, it's training day.
Six seasonal marine deputies were hired on by the Kooteani County Sheriff's Office in time for another busy summer.
"We plan on augmenting those with full time guys from the road during overtime shifts that'll help out as well," Will Klinkefus, a sergeant with the sheriff's office said.
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