Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: News \u2022 Wilton-based Hindu temple is led by traditional monk. \u2022 The Wilton Playshop presents a \u2018charming\u2019 and \u2018quirky\u2019 love story. \u2022 Tall Middlebrook light poles struck down, again. \u2022 The \u2018Rat Pack\u2019 group jazzes up the Clune Center. \u2022 Board of Selectmen: There is no such thing as a \u2018legal revote.\u2019 \u2022 Toni Boucher seeks residents\u2019 opinions on tolls through online survey and petition. \u2022 Race relations and politics in the Gilded Age will be discussed at the library. \u2022 Wilton wells will be tested for arsenic and uranium contamination. \u2022 Bobcats spotted in Wilton backyard. We have video! \u2022 Legislative reps discuss Hartford issues at the library on Feb. 24. \u2022 Danbury Hospital offers EMT training. \u2022 Cannon Grange presents heart health program. \u2022 Delegation announces ideas to improve Metro-North\u2019s Danbury Line. \u2022 Wilton Family Y seeks \u2018distinguished citizens.\u2019 \u2022 Visiting Nurse & Hospice offers \u201cGetting Older Isn\u2019t\u2019 for Sissies\u201d program. \u2022 Walks and Talks: Getting to know Cherry Lane Park. \u2022 Gail Lavielle recently testified in support of a proposal to change affordable housing regulations. \u2022 Police Log: Stolen cell phone, Missing MacBook, Missing cash. \u2022 Architect says Miller-Driscoll renovation price estimates are off. Schools \u2022 Wilton High School second quarter high honor roll. \u2022 Warrior Words: Deadlines. \u2022 School district moves forward with \u2018comprehensive\u2019 special services review. \u2022 Snow days extend school year and may take away from April break. Opinion \u2022 Editorial: Winter, you win. \u2022 Letter: Metro-North improvements needed now. \u2022 Letter: Calling all seventh-grade parents. \u2022 Letter: Please remember, Giving Day is March 5. \u2022 Letter: Light pole trial a waste of taxpayer money. Business \u2022 State Farm and Georgeann Hoffman celebrate 10 years in Wilton. \u2022 Marion Filley\u2019s Closing Comments: January. \u2022 Temple B\u2019nai Chaim parishioners can support the temple by shopping at local grocery stores. \u2022 Wiltonian John Ruane announces plans to produce a documentary about Brazilian soccer. Social \u2022 Marriage equality advocate becomes justice of the peace. \u2022 Wilton Presbyterian Church presents panel discussion on advance directives. \u2022 Norwalk-Wilton AARP meets Feb. 26. \u2022 Weir Farm seeks docents. \u2022 Daisy troops spread Valentine\u2019s Day love among Wilton\u2019s seniors. \u2022 Wiremill Academy holds auditions for its spring production. Obituaries \u2022 Beverly Travers. \u2022 David W. Ostergren. \u2022 Walter Roswell Truman Smith. \u2022 Irving Kolier. Sports \u2022 Wilton High School boys basketball team closes in on FCIAC berth. \u2022 Erin Cunningham hits 1,000 points as Wilton High School\u2019s girls basketball team wins 18th game in a row. \u2022 Wilton High School indoor track member Spencer Brown runs to state title. \u2022 Wilton High School gymnastics team looks to bounce back after disappointing FCIACs. \u2022 Haley Howard leads the Wilton High School ski team in finale. \u2022 Finn McGovern and Nick Rende lead the Wilton High School wrestling team at FCIAC championship. \u2022 Wilton Open paddle tennis tournament is March 21. \u2022 Greenwich pulls away late to defeat Wilton High School boys hockey team, 8-4. Arts & Leisure \u2022 Rob MacArthur has been researching for-profit educational companies for many years and was inspired to write a book, Online Education Fraud, The Diary of A Short Seller. \u2022 The Twice Baked Twins acknowledge it\u2019s cold and suggest soup as an antidote. \u2022 Joe Pisani finds the \u2018selfie\u2019 can be revealing. \u2022 The Reel Dad, Mark Schumann, presents his Oscar forecast. \u2022 The 2015 Dodge Dart GT shows its European roots, says test driver Steven Macoy. \u2022 The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook \u2014 become one of our 903 friends and get news updates. Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin. \u2022 2, 677 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin.