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

• Linda McMahon and Chris Murphy will face off in the ongoing race for the Senate after overwhelming victories on Tuesday.

• Wilton dodges gas spikes with a thrifty energy budget.

• A high school student prepares to present research at prestigious Yale Medical School summer internship.

• Incoming cat litters are overwhelming a long-standing town shelter.

• Wilton train station now offers meals, with a menu ranging from coffee and eggs to rotisserie chicken.

• The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters has graded Wilton legislators on their environmental priorities.

• Green Leaf Bakery now boasts an organic menu.

• Senator Joseph Lieberman pays a visit to Weir Farm.

• A house cleaner confesses to stealing a client's wedding ring.

• Classes are filling up with a new listing of Continuing Education choices, from kayaking to building an online presence.

• Tumble Jungle features inflatables and the latest gymnastic equipment for children.

• Wilton Family Y offers lifeguard classes, and registration is now open for fall programs.

• The Board of Finance has canceled its upcoming meeting.

• Got a dirty dog? You can bring him or her to a fund-raising dog wash.

• E-readers make their presence known at Wilton Library.

• The American Cancer Society will present a free program for patients.

• Shoppers will have a week free of sales tax for certain clothing items.

• Did you lose power for too long? Regulators have released a final decision regarding CL&P response to Tropical Storm Irene.

• Letters: Polling place changes, the new hardware store, candidate endorsements.

• The Playshop will cast 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.'

• Registration is open for Wilton Children's Theater.

• A Grateful Dead tribute band, featuring a Wilton bassist and vocalist, is set to play in Westport.

• Fresh-baked animal treats: a local business takes a new approach to horse and dog biscuits

• Wilton High School pitchers help win gold at Nutmeg Games.

• Continuing Education now offers kayaking and stand-up paddle board classes.

• The Lake Club will welcome internationally renowned tennis doubles team.

• Arts & Leisure: Greenwich impressionist painter Dmitri Wright offers classes in Wilton and elsewhere, Navy Band Northeast in Westport, Wilton clay artist shows work in Sherman, Cannon Grange Fair, blues singer Alexis P. Suter in Ridgefield, the Reel Dad is disappointed in The Bourne Legacy, GMC Sierra Denali 2500 gets a test drive.

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