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

• The Wilton Education Foundation presented the school district with $102,000 in donations.

• Nelson DeMille on The Quest at Wilton Library.

• Family relishes A Better Chance of Wilton experience.

• The application for stadium lights is withdrawn, but a new one is quickly resubmitted.

• Board of Selectmen looks to form capital projects committee, and other notes from their meeting.

• Spiritual ‘conduit’ Anna Raimondi will access divine realm.

• Voter enrollment sessions offered.

• Dr. Z erases myths and reduces stress.

• Nancy Pantoliano leads the Wilton Kiwanis into their new year.

• Cooking classes at Trackside.

• Karen Christensen skates with heart.

• Gardening all through the calendar.

• Encore Club luncheon features fashions.

• Knights of Columbus offers wine and beer tasting.

• Pastor touches on abusive relationships.

• Warrior Words: October

• Admissions Checkup and Winning Applications try to get students into their first choice of college.

• Christopher Hume wins a Rensselaer Medal.

• Free lung cancer screening for former smokers.

• ‘Fall into Stilliness’ meditation workshop.

• Felting workshop at Apple Blossom School.

• Community invited to ‘Stuff the Bus.’

• Obituaries: Clayton Hall Hanson, Steven Gesser.

• Memorial service set for Virginia “Ginny” Rico.

• Berkshire Hathaway acquires Prudential Realty.

• SCORE column: A woman’s place is in business.

• Eileen Armstrong is the new community relations coordinator at The Greens.

• Police: Criminal mischief, hit and run, Accident, DUI, breach of peace, domestic, larceny, risk of injury to a minor, eavesdropping, lost property.

• Pictures from Minks to Sinks and Ambler Farm Day.

• New health director for Wilton has been named.

• Man threatens police.

• Women run 200-mile Ragnar Relay for research.

• Editorial: Safe at home.

• Letters: Lights, Mailing, Kaiser property, Ambler Farm.

• Gail Lavielle: Unfunded pensions are a danger to state economy.

• A view from Glen Hill: Stop hunger, now and again.

• Nobody Told Me That: Health exchange opened Oct. 1.

• DAR meets in Norwalk on Oct. 16.

• Wilton knocked off Bassick in football to improve to 3-1.

• The girls soccer team is unbeaten in their last six games.

• Wilton field hockey continues to roll.

• Cross country continues to run at a good pace.

• Wilton boys soccer picks up a win and a tie.

• Girls swimming has their best week yet.

• Spikers notch first victory in volleyball.

Home Monthly: A house with good bones, proper care for linens, build green and save money.

Arts & Leisure: Darienite Lynn DiMenna produces Perfect Pairs at The Palace, arts festival at the Bruce Museum, new car show at Joel Barlow High School in Redding, Connecticut Ballet’s first subscription series opens with Cinderella, violinist Phillippe Quint performs with the Greenwich Symphony Orchestra, the Reel Dad takes a look at the latest Coen brothers film, Inside Llewyn Davis, and Steven Macoy tests the Nissan Sentra SR.