[Photo: Christian Stewart] STS9 just wrapped up their Enceladus tour, rounding out an extensive tour in celebration of their 20th year as a band. Earlier in the week, the band shared a behind-the-scenes video of one of their soundchecks to promote their “Supernova” soundchecks, part of the band’s VIP packages in which they welcome a small group of fans before each show. During these special open soundchecks, the band both improvises and takes requests from fans. You can check out a video from one of these special fan soundchecks below, courtesy of the band.Members Of Umphrey’s, Tribe, & The Motet To Perform Special Jazz Set At Dominican HolidazeSTS9 Surprises Fans By Playing Unannounced ‘Artifact’ Set On Their 20th Anniversary [Video/Photo]STS9 will be offering access to “Supernova” soundchecks as part of their VIP experience for their upcoming four-night California New Year’s Eve run. In addition to access to soundchecks, fans who purchase the VIP experience are also offered meet-and-greets with the band, signed gear, and more. Check out more details about the CID packages here, and go to STS9’s website for tickets to their upcoming New Year’s Eve run.
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Rain? Wind? Sunny skies? What’s in store for the weekend? Check our local weather coverage.In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories of the week:Clark County Sheriff’s Office: Missing man’s body found in Washougal RiverClark County law enforcement arrested a man Tuesday morning on suspicion of murder in the death of a man who went missing in early February in Camas.The body of Michael Chad Holmes was found Saturday near Washougal’s Hathaway Park, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.SWAT officers take 47-year-old man into custody on suspicion of second-degree murderDay 2: Murder suspect appears in court days after man’s body recovered in WashougalPied Piper Pizza in Orchards seeks new ownershipThe owners of a more than 50-year-old Vancouver pizza restaurant are hoping to sell the business and retire, but they want to make sure Pied Piper Pizza sticks around.According to Pied Piper Pizza co-owners Ray and Cheryl Eggert, Pied Piper was recently relisted but has actually been on the market for about two years. The husband and wife team have jointly owned and operated the restaurant for more than five decades, and they’re both now in their 70s and hoping to retire.Longtime owners say they’re hoping they can retire soonGun seizures in Clark County surge in law’s 2nd yearThe number of extreme risk protection orders issued in Clark County has increased since lawmakers passed legislation two years ago allowing law enforcement and family members to file petitions seeking to confiscate firearms from people who may be threats to themselves and others.