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October 23
Yaks fall to No. 4 Spokane

​Yakima Herald Republic

SPOKANE, Wash. — Rashelle Fisher and Hannah Sanders scored two goals each Wednesday as Spokane downed Yakima Valley 6-0 in an East Region women’s soccer match.

The loss dropped the Yaks to 4-10-1 in the region and 5-11-1 overall.

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October 23
10 days out

Yakima Herald Republic

Wednesday, Oct. 29

 Larson Gallery Executive Director David Lynx has, in the course of his career, studied and taught about Asian art quite a bit. But his interest is not academic; it is passionate. That is to say, he’s not just an Asian art expert but an Asian art fanatic.

So if you attend “The Smile of Buddha,” Lynx’s entry in the Yakima Valley Community College Fall Lecture Series, you will be hearing a man who genuinely loves the subject matter — in this case, the evolution of how Buddha is represented artistically.

The lecture is free. It begins at 7 p.m. in the Parker Room in YVCC’s Deccio Higher Education Center. For information, visit www.yvcc.edu or call 509-574-4809.

Saturday, Nov. 1

 The Larson Gallery’s annual Central Washington Artists’ Exhibition is always a varied, interesting look at the state of visual art in the Yakima Valley and the rest of Central Washington. Every year the show features the work of veteran artists alongside that of up-and-comers, and every year it includes all sorts of different techniques, materials and disciplines.

This year’s show, juried by Michael D’Alessandro of the Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend, will definitely be worth a look. It opens with a reception from 3 to 5 p.m. in the gallery on the Yakima Valley Community College campus and will remain on display through Dec. 6.

For information, visit www.larsongallery.org or call 509-574-4875.​


October 23
YVCC volleyball falls to Wenatchee

​Yakima Herald Republic

WENATCHEE, Wash. — Sasha Mareko and Anissa Godina had five kills each, but Yakima Valley was swept by Wenatchee Valley 3-0 in East Region volleyball action Wednesday night.

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October 20
Following the Crush

​Daily Sun News

photo thumbnail Yakima Valley Community College Grandview winery operations students Abigail Orthmann and Archie Parker (L-R) punch down the Lemberger grapes, which will be made into the college’s Lemberger wine.


photo thumbnailYakima Valley Community College Vineyard and Winery technology student Rodolfo Montes drains a vat of the college’s cabernet sauvignon grapes in preparation for pressing. Visitors were also treated to tours of the crush pad.


Click here​ to see additional photos from  Yakima Valley wineries. 

October 19
YVCC women’s soccer falls at Walla Walla

​Yakima Herald Republic

WALLA WALLA 4, YAKIMA VALLEY 0: At Walla Walla, Wash., Courtney Wells, a freshman from West Valley, scored a goal and had two assists for Walla Walla, which led 3-0 at halftime.

The Yaks moved to 4-9-1 in the East Region and 5-10-1 overall. YVCC hosts Spokane on Wednesday.

First half: 1, WW, Kylie Gorton (Oryian Matheny), 8:00; 2, WW, Courtney Wells (Marissa Plasencia), 15:00; 3, WW, Gorton (Wells), 31:00.

Second half: 4, WW, Gorton (Wells), 80:00.

Saves: Kelsie Kuhlmann (YV) 6, Annika Enloe (WW) 5.​


October 16
YVCC women’s soccer edged by North Idaho

​Yakima Herald Republic

YAKIMA, Wash. — Yakima Valley’s Haylee Ashby, a freshman from Zillah, scored a goal in the 13th minute to tie the match but North Idaho got the game-winner five minutes later and held on for a 2-1 victory in NWAC East women’s soccer on Wednesday.

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October 16
Yakima Valley Vintners has come full circle after only seven years

​Daily Sun News - Valley Farmer

Gandview- Full Circle is a Cabernet Sauvignon recently bottled by Yakima Valley Vintners, the teaching winery at YVCC Grandview. 

"The fruit was obtained from a graduate's vineyard, and vented and bottled by students," said Trent Ball, the department chair in charge of the Vineyard and Winery Technology Program at YVCC. 

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October 16
YVCC volleyball falls at Blue Mountain

​Yakima Herald Republic

PENDLETON, Ore. — Maci Beierle, a freshman setter from East Valley, had 18 assists to lead top-ranked Blue Mountain to a sweep over Yakima Valley in NWAC East volleyball on Wednesday.

Unbeaten in the East at 7-0, Blue Mountain swept 25-11, 25-12, 25-10.

Sasha Mareko had seven kills and eight digs for Yakima Valley, which slipped to 3-4 in the East and 5-11 overall.

The Yaks will travel to Coos Bay, Ore., for the Southwest Oregon Crossover on Friday and Saturday.

YVCC highlights: Sasha Mareko 7 kills, 8 digs; Anissa Godina 4 kills, 6 digs; Myleah Musgrave 15 digs; Sarah Pheasant 6 assists.​


October 15
YVCC could spend millions on new buildings in Yakima & Toppenish

​KIMA TV

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Yakima Valley Community College is making plans to expand. Administrators want to build two new buildings. One for facilities in Yakima. The other for students in Toppenish. KIMA learned the cost would run in the millions.

It's business as usual in YVCC's print shop. Hard to do when the space is unusual.

"Palmer was not designed to house all the new copiers and the new equipment that the print shop uses," said YVCC's Vice President of Administrative Services, Teresa Holland.

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October 14
ELLENSBURG FILM FESTIVAL: ACTOR CRAIG T. NELSON COMES BACK TO HIS OLD STOMPING GROUND

​Seattle Music Insider

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Four-time Golden Globe nominee Craig T. Nelson headlined the 10th annual Ellensburg Film Festival (EFF). Nelson appeared at screenings of three of his movies and at a Pass Holder’s Reception on Saturday night. A Spokane native, Nelson is also a former student at Central Washington University (CWU) and Yakima Valley Community College (YVCC). While at YVCC, he found a passion for acting and left college to pursue his career. Here are a few photos from his Q&A after the screening of his 2005 film “The Family Stone.”

To read the rest of the story about this year’s festival published by the CWU Observer, click here.​

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