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

• Opinions vary at a special town meeting on the purchase of the Keiser property.

• Wilton Public Schools will participate in a reimbursement grant from the state.

• Mixed results for Wilton lawmakers on their conservation scorecard.

• John O’Hurley leaves his J. Peterman past behind to write “The Perfect Dog.”

• Health care forum addresses concerns.

• Dickens descendent presents A Christmas Carol.

• Police confirm dog in Wilton attack was a pit bull.

• A chess club wants to establish itself in Wilton but it needs one thing.

• Wilton selected for election audit.

• Letter carrier food drive.

• Editorial: 50 years.

• Letters: Athletic lights, Read Aloud Day.

• Home energy audits: Spending a little to save a lot.

• Shrek (The Musical) stomps his way into town.

• Nature Center wreath festival has a few slots left.

• Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra will perform its first concert of the season.

• Coffee house-type service at Hope Church.

• High school sweethearts will tie the knot.

• Candlelight Concerts present chamber trio.

• Students at Cider Mill School talk with counterparts in France.

• Warrior Words: Applying pressure.

• Congressman Jim Himes invites students to apply for military appointments.

• Art for compassion.

• New businesses on Route 7: URA the Spa and Jersey Mike’s

• Birth: Finn Dartley.

• Students bottle up donations.

• Junior wins music competition.

• Piano group presents dance program.

• Lung association rewards hospital for fund-raising efforts.

• A view from Glen Hill: Thanksgivings

• Notes from the Board Table: Superintendent search and class sizes.

• Resident calls for Hoffstatter’s resignation.

• Board of Selectmen roundup: Architecture firm chosen for Comstock plan.

• Obituaries: August Raul Johnson, Stella Pettersen.

• Police: Breach of peace at library, car accident, domestic, suspended license, failure to respond, failure to appear, forgery.

• Registration opens for science bowl.

• A half-century has passed since John F. Kennedy’s death.

• Paint with wine.

• Board of Education recap: Dr. Richards offers to stay until the end of the year and more.

• Rail schedule changes in effect.

• Kristen Godin helps lead Wilton to the Class M state championship in field hockey.

• Fourth place finish for the Wilton girls swimming team.

• Wilton football was aiming for its first win over Ridgefield in 20 years. They came close.

• The ice hockey team celebrates 42 years as homecoming kicks off the season on Nov. 29.

• Wahoo swimmers excel at invitational meet.

• Wilton Wahoos honored for achievements at Connecticut swimming banquet.:

Arts & Leisure: Marianne Hillmer of Greenwich writes about her chihuahua José who enjoyed dressing up; The Reel Dad gives 3.5 popcorn buckets to Parkland, a close-up view of the events of Nov. 22, 1963; Test driver Steven Macoy considers the 2014 Jeep Compass Limited 4x4. Is it too tight or just right?