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:

• Wilton veterans make sure sacrifices are not forgotten.

• Trygve Hansen: Memorial Day parade grand marshal recounts experiences from Norway to Normandy and beyond.

• Jim Newton: Heroism was part of being a Marine.

• Walkway to Wilton Center is a go.

• Woodcock to honor Wilton resident at gala.

• Memorial Day parade will ‘Honor and Remember.’

• Finance board members switch seats.

• State comptroller shares Connecticut’s financial status.

• Warrior Words: Don’t be afraid of change.

• Middlebrook celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week.

• Wilton High School third-quarter honor roll.

• Obituaries: Rachelee Faughnan, William Vennes.

• Wilton High School student sells Adderall to a fellow student.

• Mail-order prescriptions go missing.

• Ridgefield man arrested for using someone else’s credit card.

• Editorial: Memorial Day.

• Letters: Westport Road proposal is a slippery slope, Seniors enjoyed a class act in ‘Oklahoma!’, Wilton Chamber is not U.S. Chamber, We need reminders to vote.

• Guest Commentary: ‘Lost’ war led to greater victories.

• A View from Glen Hill: From the mouths of babes, let us take a lesson.

• News Notes: Tee off for teens, Making WAVES.

• Pizza and beer ‘blast’ raises money for lung cancer research.

• Historical society plans trip to textile museum.

• Kiwanis lunch looks at Russia.

• Co-owner spices up the Lumberyard’s menu.

• What’s open and closed on Memorial Day?

• Business Update: Dr. Z has a new book, Pet food suit and countersuit.

• Wilton Rotarian Patrick Russo receives citation.

• Democrats, Republicans pick candidates at conventions.

• Pistol permit applications doubled during 2013.

• More than two dozen Wilton Kiwanis and Rotary Club members join HomeFront.

• Taste of Wilton comes June 9.

• Wilton Congregational to host mental health first aid course.

• New superintendent will address League of Women Voters.

• Tip-a-Cop in Wilton.

• New waste contract approved.

• Soccer challenge honors Madaras.

• Music Department Boosters: Formal wear collection begins.

• Teacher performs Heimlich, saves Middlebrook student.

• David McCullough Jr. says your kids are not special.

• HAN Radio at Two Roads on Friday.

• Wilton High baseball: Battle for FCIAC berth goes down to final game.

• Overtime loss leaves Wilton High boys lacrosse out of state tournament.

• Wilton girls lacrosse is looking for revenge in FCIAC playoff opener.

• Wilton boys tennis takes on Westhill in FCIAC quarterfinals.

• Wilton High boys tennis celebrated Senior Night in the Warriors’ final home match of the season against Brien McMahon.

• Ridgefield Tigers were too much for Wilton boys golf team.

• Wilton girls tennis team earns fifth seed for FCIAC tournament.

• Wilton High’s Annika Sheehan was a double winner in the track and field team’s final regular-season meet on Monday at Danbury.

• Freshman Sage Zunda pitched a one-hitter as the Wilton High softball team routed Bassick, 15-0, in the Warrior’s Senior Night game on Monday.

• CFC Arsenal Sky defeated Beachside SC, 3-2, in a GU12 State Cup semifinal game on Sunday.

• Wilton cheerleaders compete at The Summit Championship.

• Olympic gold medalist visits Wilton Y Wahoos for clinic.

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Arts & Leisure: New Pond Farm will open an invitational photography show next weekend and there will be a chicken coop tour on Saturday, May 31; The Reel Dad talks about the Tribeca Film Festival; Steven Macoy tries out the 2014 Tesla Model S 85.