Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: News The race for selectmen. Admire fall in Wilton, keep a healthy yard. Middlebrook welcomes George Washington statue. Diana Nyad talks of grit, determination at Wilton Library. Artificial turf is approved, lighting denied. More... Repaving of roads rescheduled. More... Meet and greet Democratic candidates. Police dogs search Wilton High. More... Last chances to register to vote. Help Wilton Center \u2018glow\u2019 for the holidays. Legal notices. \u2018The First Waltz\u2019 comes to Trackside. Wilton Library: A ribbon is cut, a gift is given. More... Library Lines: Controversial religion examined, Flu season care, Healthy yards, Book Buzz is back, Inspirational author visits, Healthcare for small business. Senior Center News: Shakuhachi flute performance, Fall Harvest Festival, Introduction to bridge, Open bridge, Coming events. Two solicitors in same week, one a fugitive. Frank \u201cChip\u201d Gawle named semifinalist for 2016 Music Educator Award. Riverdance performer to teach Irish dance at Trackside. Opinion Editorials: Serious business. Letters to the Editors: Pro-turf letter is inaccurate, Book sale succeeds with help of many. Campaign Notes by the staff: Students to quiz candidates, Selectmen debate Oct. 26, Democrats\u2019 Oktoberfest. Candidate Statements: David Clune, Unaffiliated, Board of Selectmen; Deborah McFadden, Democrat, First Selectman. A View from Glen Hill: Sacred spaces. Endorsement letters. Obituaries Robert Michael Biondi. Police Route 7 DUI. Wallet found. Truck flipped. Sports WHS Football: Penalties a downer for Wilton in 19-7 loss to Warde. WHS Girls Soccer: Hats Off: Paisley Eagan\u2019s hat trick powers Wilton in rout of Stamford. WHS Boys Soccer: Warriors end scoreless streak, beat Stamford, 3-2. WHS Field Hockey: Warriors fall to 11th-ranked Mamaroneck, 2-1. WHS Volleyball: Warriors suffer trio of defeats. WHS Girls Cross Country: Wilton girls win East Division for first time in five years. More... Results, Records, Schedules. Youth Soccer results. Norwalk River Rowing Association: Wilton rowers headed to Head of the Charles. Youth Football results. Social Fashion show benefits social services. More... Music on the Hill presents Handel. Seniors hear of benefits. Bulletin Board. Sacred lands at River Road Gallery. Schools Wiltonian exhibits at World Maker Faire. Warrior Words by Christian Lovallo: Remember that parking brake! 26 Wilton students \u2018commended\u2019 in National Merit Scholarship Program. Business Janeen Leppert leaves Chamber of Commerce. Business Update: Al Alper speaks at I-Day, RVNA wins Innovator Award, Lars Cherichetti to present at ribbon-cutting. Real Estate Sales. Closing Comments. Arts & Leisure Grace Farms and its iconic building The River opened last weekend. The Reel Dad talks about the New York Film Festival. The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook \u2014 become one of our 1,363 friends and get news updates at Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin. 3,129 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by Twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin.