Peck Named Editor Of Newspaper; Kuhr, Sines Take On Added Duties
Chris Peck has been named editor of The Spokesman-Review and Peggy Kuhr and Scott Sines have taken on increased management responsibilities at the newspaper.
Peck will continue his role as senior newsroom executive in charge of overall news and editorial operations.
He joined the newspaper from the Twin Falls (Idaho) Times-News in 1979 as a columnist and had been managing editor since 1982.
He will continue to serve on the newspaper’s senior management team and represent the news operations in a variety of public forums.
Peggy Kuhr has been named managing editor for content at the newspaper.
She joined The Spokesman-Review in 1986 from the Hartford Courant and has worked as city editor and assistant managing editor.
In her new job, she will assume overall planning and management responsibility for the news, sports, features and business sections. And, she will continue to oversee many of the newspaper’s special reporting projects.
Scott Sines has been named managing editor for presentation and opinion.
He joined The Spokesman-Review in 1989 from the Providence Journal-Bulletin and has served as picture editor and assistant managing editor.
In his new job, he will assume overall planning and management responsibilities for the photo, graphics, copy desk and opinion page operations. He will also oversee development of content for the newspaper’s on-line services.