In this week's Bulletin

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

• Opinions clash on lights at Middlebrook School field.

• Elaine Tai-Lauria reflects on one year leading Wilton Library.

• SafeRides returns to Wilton.

• A former teacher at the Conservatory of Dance in Wilton Center won a big prize on national TV.

• Wilton Garden Club celebrates the outdoors with its 2014 calendar.

• Minks to Sinks gears up for fall sale.

• Wilton mosquito tests positive for West Nile.

• Flu shots are available.

• Wilton officer awarded New England Medal of Valor.

• Editorial: Safe and sound.

• Letters: Police commendations, Sunday sales, Rotary carnival.

• From Town Hall: Are you prepared?

• What is the permanent absentee ballot?

• A view from Glen Hill: Toni Boucher and the Republican Party.

• David and Siddie Bloomer reflect on an eclectic life.

• Ladies ready for a soirée.

• Oboes star in concert.

• Wilton’s Visiting Nurse and Hospice of Fairfield County team up with the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.

• Chartwells helps students get healthy.

• Warrior Words: Keeping the ‘spirit’ up.

• Wilton students are National Merit semifinalists.

• Warren Buffett’s company acquires Prudential Realty.

• ‘Tweezer Beezer’ captures a bird’s life as colorful as his plumage.

• A new musical premieres at Wilton Playshop.

• Wilton Congregational Church resumes its Soul Celebration

• Wilton Homecoming will be a community event.

• Obituaries: Fred Weber, Richard W. Paris, Burt Douglas Milan.

• Officer goes ‘over the edge’ for Special Olympics.

• Phillipson promoted to sergeant.

• Police: Caught with pot, Failure to appear, DUI, Domestic, Evading responsibility, New-driver violation, iPhone theft, TJ Maxx larceny, Burglary.

• Human trafficking exists here in many forms.

Health & Fitness:  Breathing new life into gym experience, a fresh look at holistic healing, living after loss and more.

Arts & Leisure: A Ridgefielder pens The Art of Living Happy, Fairfield University honors José Feliciano of Weston Saturday, The Reel Dad likes Ron Howard’s new film Rush, Steven Macoy tests the 2013 Lexus RX 350 F Sport.