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SPVV Landscape Architects has promoted Darren Teal to associate. Teal has been with the company since 2012.


The Washington State University College of Pharmacy has named Michael Varga as the 2016 Preceptor of the Year for his contributions as an educator. Varga is the director of pharmacy at Northwest Specialty Hospital.

Creative Tots Learning Center, a new day care for infants through preschool-aged children, has opened at 901 N. Third St. in Coeur d’Alene. For more information on this new business, call (208) 666-1543.


Stantec has hired Elisheva Walters as a civil designer in the Spokane office. Walters has experience in water and solar projects.

Health care

Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital has named Michael Barsotti as the chief medical director for Children’s Services, Scott Terry as the regional director of Children’s Services and Kim Jorgensen as the director of Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital and Women’s Services.

Sarah Hamilton Face, a medical spa, will relocate to 1334 N. Whitman Lane, Suite 210 in Liberty Lake with an open house on Oct. 20 from 1-7 p.m. For more information, call (509) 210-0228.


Modern Woodmen of America has named Pastor Ian Robertson as the recipient of a $100 award grant through the organization’s Hometown Hero Program for his volunteer work with the Inland Northwest Fuller Center for Housing.

The Morning Star Foundation has announced that Jim Stailey has been elected president of the board of directors. Stailey is the vice president of operations for Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest.

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