In this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin for December 19: Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 The message for Christmas. \u2022 Winter weather wallops Wilton. \u2022 Zion\u2019s Hill Methodist Church welcomes a new minister. \u2022 Fifth graders put their best foot forward as ballroom dancing comes to Rolling Hills. \u2022 What\u2019s open and closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day? \u2022 Wilton readies for Relay for Life. \u2022 A monthly rail ticket will cost riders more in 2014. \u2022 Don\u2019t forget to pay your property taxes. \u2022 Newcomers welcome 2014. \u2022 Editorial: The spirit, the message. \u2022 Letters: Church, Land trust, Troop 125, Women\u2019s Club, Park and Recreation, Nutcracker. \u2022 A view from Glen Hill: Be a corporate sponsor! \u2022 Obituaries: Edwin Wiehe, Florence Adams. \u2022 Police log: Plow theft, Left scene, DUI, Three-car accident, Field destruction, Burglary. \u2022 Teddy Woods built a vegetable garden to reach the rank of Eagle Scout. \u2022 Ambler Farm photo wins a holiday card contest. \u2022 Historical society marks historic homes. \u2022 Fire marshal\u2019s tips to avoid holiday going up in flames. \u2022 Star gala raises over $300,000. \u2022 Warrior Words: Keep it simple. \u2022 C.O.D.E.S. conference promotes positive forces. \u2022 Rock some books and win some prizes. \u2022 Saltbox Press invites you back to the 15th Century. \u2022 Wilton girls basketball makes a statement in their first two games. \u2022 Wilton boys hockey gets ready for the new season. \u2022 Wilton girls hockey starts the season with a split. \u2022 Sakamoto and Fraccaroli lead the Warriors onto the mat. \u2022 Distance runners and relays will power the Wilton indoor track team. \u2022 All-FCIAC honors for WHS fall athletes. \u2022 Wilton Wahoos men finish third. \u2022 Austin Anderson plays for Connecticut in youth football all-star game.