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In this week’s Wilton Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• Three Democrats are “outstanding.”

• Wilton takes another shot at getting state money for a pedestrian walkway linking town center and the train station.

• Can the governor’s proposal cut red tape for bridge projects like Bald Hill?

• More than 100 Wiltonians will support the March for Change on Valentine’s Day.

• A quartet of Wilton students take the Academic WorldQuest competition in Stamford.

• Republicans nominate Jeff Rutishauser for an opening on the Board of Finance.

• Norwalk Hospital puts stricter visitor requirements in place.

• State Rep. Gail Lavielle champions wi-fi access on Metro-North trains.

• Senior advocate Wendy Seiler offers clues to “Navigating the Elder Living Maze.”

• Letters: teacher conference days, gun control legislation, physican-assisted suicide.

• The visiting nurses will offer cholesterol tests.

• Joe Brenner of TASC figures it’s not always how results are measured so much as  what results are measured.

• When spring comes new trees in town may be blooming.

• What were the top consumer scams of 2012?

• Want to write an e-book? Continuing ed offers a workshop.

• You can get your heart beating with Zumba at the Y.

• Police log: larceny, money-transfer scam.

• State Senator Toni Boucher and state Rep. Gail Lavielle urge electrification of the Danbury branch line.

• Wilton post office stamps the departure of four full-time employees.

• Reading rocks!

• Wilton High School team accepts “The Challenge.”

• Naked Greens in Wilton? You bet!

• Small explorers are invited to Woodcock.

• Wilton Playshop presents The Drowsy Chaperone.

• There will be jazz on Sunday at the library.

• Warrior Words columnist Donya Sadeghi explains skiing in Iran.

• New i-Pads are slated for Miller-Driscoll thanks to the Wilton Education Foundation.

• The Wilton Chamber cooks up Restaurant Week.

• Invasive species will be the talk of the land trust annual meeting.

• A Better Chance presents the annual I Dream a World concert.

• The girls basketball team just keeps going and going and going.

• Runner Shannon Quinlan has a record-breaking meet.

• The boys hockey team shocks its opponents.

• More sports: swimming, boys basketball, fencing, wrestling, travel basketball.

Arts & Leisure: Dancing with the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra, Stanley Meltzoff paintings in Greenwich, a free young person’s concert in Southport, Canadian author Richard Ford visits Darien and Fairfield, The Reel Dad says Amour is a moving examination of aging, and the 2013 Honda Accord Touring V-6 is no slouch when it comes to luxury.

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