Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 A Wilton artist\u2019s shimmering equine statue will be front and center at a Las Vegas celebration of the Year of the Horse. \u2022 State Senator Toni Boucher is still exploring a run for governor. \u2022 A Wilton man \u2014 and former Cheshire police officer \u2014 is accused of stealing $50,000 from his police union. \u2022 A Wilton woman \u2014 and former dancer \u2014 celebrates her 97th birthday. She still has scores of dance shoes. \u2022 Although Ancona\u2019s Market in Ridgefield is closing, Ancona\u2019s Wines and Liquors will remain in Wilton Center. \u2022 A Webster Bank economist was the keynote speaker at the Chamber\u2019s Eggs and the Economy breakfast. \u2022 A Wilton Center car accident claims a Wilton man\u2019s life. \u2022 The Wilton Y offers a class to help moms get back into the working world. \u2022 Editorial: Radon is an everyday risk. \u2022 Letter: Doug Bogan is a hit at Trackside. \u2022 Letter: Instead of complaining about politics, get involved. \u2022 Letter: Democrats need volunteers for appointments. \u2022 A View from Glen Hill: Great debating. \u2022 Notes from the Board Table: Where the budget stands. \u2022 Wilton Go Green offers up plans for a 2014 festival, CD recycling. \u2022 Hersam Acorn Radio grows with entertainment and news shows. \u2022 A Wilton writer\u2019s story is featured in a children\u2019s book. \u2022 The historical society prepares to close its train show and will mark Martin Luther King Day. \u2022 The Wilton Senior Center will offer a program on preventing falls. \u2022 A list of businesses and government offices open and closed on Martin Luther King Day. \u2022 Grumman Hill residents disagree with the state DOT on the safety of their road\u2019s intersection with Route 7. \u2022 The Wilton School Security Task Force says a second school resource officer is necessary. \u2022 Police log: protective order violation, marijuana DUI, DUI. \u2022 The League of Women Voters will host a legislative preview event on Jan. 22. \u2022 The Wilton Library will host a documentary on songwriter Paul Williams on Saturday. \u2022 The police department is set to hire two new officers, says Chief Michael Lombardo. \u2022 Wilton\u2019s Relay for Life will kick-off on Thursday, Feb. 6. \u2022 St. Matthew\u2019s Candlelight Concert series will present pianist Marc-Andr\u00e9 Hamelin on Jan. 26. \u2022 The Australian Haydn Ensemble will perform Sunday at Wilton Library. \u2022 Hope Church in Wilton offers a depression recovery program beginning Monday. \u2022 Atmospheric landscape paintings by William McCarthy will grace the wall of Wilton Library this month beginning Jan. 24. \u2022 Seniors can hear benefits of AARP membership on Jan. 23 in Norwalk. \u2022 The latest education budget shows a potential increase of 4.66%. \u2022 Wilton Warrior: Snow, beautiful snow by Casey Chase. \u2022 Musician Isabella Palacpac will perform at the Ives Center on Jan. 26. \u2022 Fire prevention art awards are handed out to Wilton students. \u2022 SCORE will offer a \u201cBuilding Blocks\u201d workshops beginning Jan. 22. \u2022 P&Z Roundup: A Georgetown subdivision permit will help save two historic homes. \u2022 December\u2019s Closing Comments by Marion Filley show 2013 was a good year. \u2022 Obituaries: Maggie Fogel Ellsworth, Anna Marie Minnich, Jane Phelps, Walter I. Rodgers III. \u2022 Eric Houska leads boys basketball to victory with 31 points. \u2022 The girls basketball team gets its 10th win of the season. \u2022 Girl skiers make it six wins. \u2022 Warrior girls stay unbeaten in FCIAC ice hockey. \u2022 The boys hockey team gets its first win of the season. \u2022 Wilton gymnasts open their season with a win. \u2022 The boys swim team, with no divers, falls to Staples. \u2022 Warrior wrestlers get two wins, lose two. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: A group of women have formed the Pomegranate Guild, which promotes needlework traditions that express the Jewish faith; visitors may safely \u201cjiggle jellyfish\u201d at the Maritime Aquarium; The Reel Dad awards the 2013 \u201cSchumies\u201d to his 10 favorite movies; the musical \u201cTitanic\u201d opens at the Westchester Broadway Theatre in Elmsford, N.Y. Home Monthly: Pretty as a picture: Jane Beiles photography, Housewarmings comes home to Old Greenwich, green building \u2014 creating a happy home.