In this week's Wilton Bulletin

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

News


Visiting nurse is ‘Outstanding.’
Sweeping fire hits Range Road home .
Walter Smith: The man who built Wilton .
Finance board questions salary hike, enrollment, enrichment and more .
Series looks at collective civility and compassion .
Secretary of the state proposes changes to registrar of voters position .
D.C. delegation scores high environmental marks .
Scholarly series winds up with ‘How the Other Half Lives
.
Downed wire shuts Center Street .
Kiwanis citrus orders ready for pickup .
Comstock renovation will take less than a year .
• Woodcock hosts Fireside Tales and Trails on March 13.
• Police Log: Domestic, Sexual assault, Accident on Cedar.
Environmental champions sought for award ceremony .
First selectman suggests renovation, not new building for North Wilton firehouse .
• Hands-only CPR training on May 3.
The Rat Pack will be brought back to life on March 7 .
Parks & Recreation proposes $60,000 purchase .
More than 600 lost power on March 2 .
Norwalk Hospital offers new heart procedure .
• News Notes: Parents’ night out , Syrup on tap, Gilded lilies .
Michael Gray Memorial Ski & Snowboard Race takes place March 7 .

Schools


Warrior Words: Better late than never .
Wiltonian leads Lawrenceville science club to second-place victory .
‘Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?” contestants announced .
• Student Briefs: Merrimack College, Paul Smith’s College, Boston University, Brunswick School, Lafayette College.
Opinion
Editorial: Be kind to your colon .
Editorial: Spring ahead .
Letter: Diaper drive fills a need .
The TASC List: On leaders .
Attachment: What’s organic inulin?

Business


No sign comments submitted to Chamber of Commerce, yet .
Blue Buffalo becomes the official sponsor of DockDogs .
H&R Block hires 911 Consulting of Wilton .

Social


Project Return: Birdhouse auction returns to Rolling Hills .
• Wilton Woman’s Club hosts eighth annual ‘Fashion for FUNdraising.’
Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra performs at the Clune Center .
Garden Club prepares for flower show .

Sports


Wilton High School basketball team tops Ludlowe and advances to FCIAC semis .
Wilton High School girls hockey team beats Trumbull, 4-3 .
• Wilton High School boys hockey team loses to New Milford.
Wilton High School cheerleaders take fifth at regional stunt competition .
Wilton High School gymnasts place fourth in state meet .
Wilton High School boys swim team places seventh at FCIACs .
• Wilton High School wrestler Nick Rende wins two at State Open.
Wilton Open paddle tennis tournament is March 21 .
Arts & Leisure
• Jerry Vigorito of Fairfield and Rob Fried of Redding are getting the band together for a fund-raising night to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association of Connecticut on March 13 at Fairfield Theatre Company.
• Pasta e ceci — delicioso! say the TwiceBaked Twins.
• Joe Pisani (Did I Say That?) wonders if all good dogs do go to heaven.
• The Reel Dad, Mark Schumann, says ‘Mr. Turner’ is a brilliant film about the amazing artist J.M.W. Turner.
• The 2015 Range Rover Evoque is in a class of its own, says test driver Steven Macoy.
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