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

• Learn how to take precautions using propane, in light of a recent tragedy in New Milford.

• Happy trails! Progress announced in the Norwalk River Valley Trail project.

• The long-standing tradition of art shows at Solon Borglum's Wilton studio is about to be revived.

• The Wilton Rotary Club is bringing the carnival to town next week.

• Nonprofits will benefit in the Kiwanis Club's upcoming golf tournament.

• Tired of all those potholes? Updates on the town paving project.

• Will it be a hit two years in a row? The Scarecrow Festival is back this fall.

• Look out for road delays on Route 7 this Sunday.

• Une Minette and kirk-it are planning anniversary events for all ages, from face painting to hair styling.

• The Aaron Ramsey murder case has been moved to Oct. 26 and more medical evaluations are expected.

• A passionate student photographer explores new techniques at the Wilton Library.

• Let's see that ballot! Wilton's primary votes will be audited.

• High school cross country teams fight to keep an edge.

• Gymnastics star Chelsea Levander is named Wilton's Sports Person of the Year.

• Sports editor Tim Murphy considers whether concerns about concussions will dramatically change the nature of football.

• Buckle up and plug in: a practical look at the lofty dream of electric cars.

• Schools wheel in iPads, taking a budget gamble on the transformative technologies.

• Auto Park finds new destination in town.

• Nancy Pantoliano is honored as a local businesswoman.

• Artisan co-op showcases local talent.

• Temple B'nai Chaim names a new education director.

• Warrior Words: Alosha Southern considers whether 'tis better to stay in bed or greet the day.

• Arts & Leisure: Griffin Anthony in Ridgefield, from playing ball to playing music; it's Oyster Festival and the Village People will be there!; Weston's Christopher Plummer will answer questions about his film Beginners at the Ridgefield Playhouse; Robot & Fran, a new movie looks at old age; the 2012 Ford Mustang Coupe flexes its muscles.

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