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:

• A Wilton artist’s shimmering equine statue will be front and center at a Las Vegas celebration of the Year of the Horse.

• State Senator Toni Boucher is still exploring a run for governor.

• A Wilton man — and former Cheshire police officer — is accused of stealing $50,000 from his police union.

• A Wilton woman — and former dancer — celebrates her 97th birthday. She still has scores of dance shoes.

• Although Ancona’s Market in Ridgefield is closing, Ancona’s Wines and Liquors will remain in Wilton Center.

• A Webster Bank economist was the keynote speaker at the Chamber’s Eggs and the Economy breakfast.

• A Wilton Center car accident claims a Wilton man’s life.

• The Wilton Y offers a class to help moms get back into the working world.

• Editorial: Radon is an everyday risk.

• Letter: Doug Bogan is a hit at Trackside.

• Letter: Instead of complaining about politics, get involved.

• Letter: Democrats need volunteers for appointments.

• A View from Glen Hill: Great debating.

• Notes from the Board Table: Where the budget stands.

• Wilton Go Green offers up plans for a 2014 festival, CD recycling.

• Hersam Acorn Radio grows with entertainment and news shows.

• A Wilton writer’s story is featured in a children’s book.

• The historical society prepares to close its train show and will mark Martin Luther King Day.

• The Wilton Senior Center will offer a program on preventing falls.

• A list of businesses and government offices open and closed on Martin Luther King Day.

• Grumman Hill residents disagree with the state DOT on the safety of their road’s intersection with Route 7.

• The Wilton School Security Task Force says a second school resource officer is necessary.

• Police log: protective order violation, marijuana DUI, DUI.

• The League of Women Voters will host a legislative preview event on Jan. 22.

• The Wilton Library will host a documentary on songwriter Paul Williams on Saturday.

• The police department is set to hire two new officers, says Chief Michael Lombardo.

• Wilton’s Relay for Life will kick-off on Thursday, Feb. 6.

• St. Matthew’s Candlelight Concert series will present pianist Marc-André Hamelin on Jan. 26.

• The Australian Haydn Ensemble will perform Sunday at Wilton Library.

• Hope Church in Wilton offers a depression recovery program beginning Monday.

• Atmospheric landscape paintings by William McCarthy will grace the wall of Wilton Library this month beginning Jan. 24.

• Seniors can hear benefits of AARP membership on Jan. 23 in Norwalk.

• The latest education budget shows a potential increase of 4.66%.

• Wilton Warrior: Snow, beautiful snow by Casey Chase.

• Musician Isabella Palacpac will perform at the Ives Center on Jan. 26.

• Fire prevention art awards are handed out to Wilton students.

• SCORE will offer a “Building Blocks” workshops beginning Jan. 22.

• P&Z Roundup: A Georgetown subdivision permit will help save two historic homes.

• December’s Closing Comments by Marion Filley show 2013 was a good year.

• Obituaries: Maggie Fogel Ellsworth, Anna Marie Minnich, Jane Phelps, Walter I. Rodgers III.

• Eric Houska leads boys basketball to victory with 31 points.

• The girls basketball team gets its 10th win of the season.

• Girl skiers make it six wins.

• Warrior girls stay unbeaten in FCIAC ice hockey.

• The boys hockey team gets its first win of the season.

• Wilton gymnasts open their season with a win.

• The boys swim team, with no divers, falls to Staples.

• Warrior wrestlers get two wins, lose two.

Arts & Leisure: A group of women have formed the Pomegranate Guild, which promotes needlework traditions that express the Jewish faith; visitors may safely “jiggle jellyfish” at the Maritime Aquarium; The Reel Dad awards the 2013 “Schumies” to his 10 favorite movies; the musical “Titanic” opens at the Westchester Broadway Theatre in Elmsford, N.Y.

Home Monthly: Pretty as a picture: Jane Beiles photography, Housewarmings comes home to Old Greenwich, green building — creating a happy home.