Here are some of the stories and features in this week's Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 A struggle over a rifle leaves a husband and wife injured. \u2022 Wilton kindergartners may soon be going to school for a full day. \u2022 Being a hospice volunteer takes a special kind of person. \u2022 When is a "fiscal cliff" not a cliff? When it's a "fiscal ramp," according to Rep. Jim Himes. \u2022 The Newcomers Club will be selling holiday ornaments to help a stricken police officer. \u2022 In cleaning up after Storm Sandy, one family decided to make something positive of the experience and have a little fun doing it. \u2022 Members of the Wilton Dive Rescue team are commended for work during Storm Sandy. \u2022 The Toys for Tots drive is under way and there are plenty of places to contribute. \u2022 First Selectman Bill Brennan's salary is increased. \u2022 There will be caroling and cookies around a live cr\u00e8che at Wilton Congregational Church. \u2022 Better watch out \u2014 Santa's coming to town! \u2022 A Wilton author has written a book about a doctor who treated John Kennedy. \u2022 Letters: Family is grateful to first responders, pancreatic cancer is still a killer, sidewalks along Wolfpit? \u2022 Dave Brubeck turns 92 next week and there's a big party planned. \u2022 Columnist Stephen Hudspeth takes TASC to task for a recent commentary. \u2022 State Senator Toni Boucher offers her thoughts on Connecticut's fiscal situation. \u2022 State Rep. John Hetherington will be "flapping" back to Hartford for a lame duck session. \u2022 Wilton Education Foundation co-president Scott Weber reminds us of some things we can be grateful for within the school district. \u2022 Did Sandy do a number on your appliances? There are rebates for high-efficiency upgrades. \u2022 Police log: 'Smash and grab' larceny arrest, two arrested for burglary, drug possession, DUI, failure to appear on charges. \u2022 Do you want to learn to speak "teen?" A program at the library may help get you started. \u2022 Obituaries: Elizabeth O'Hearn, M.D.; Sylvia Krengel, Florence Haase, Curt Reinhold. \u2022 The Arts at St. Matthew's presents Broadway star Liz Callaway. \u2022 Landscape artist C. Sperry Andrews III is celebrated at Wilton Library. \u2022 Warrior columnist Donya Sadeghi tells us why she loves November. \u2022 Wilton High teacher Thomas Hahn lives up to his love of writing. \u2022 Students will go back to school a few extra days in February to help "repay" the days lost to Sandy. \u2022 A landscape designer receives international accolades. \u2022 Ladies may shop Friday night at the Wilton Historical Society's Betts Store. \u2022 The Chamber of Commerce plans its annual holiday party. \u2022 The Covenant Church presents a Nordic holiday concert. \u2022 River Road Gallery's new show is "Close to the Heart." \u2022 The Warrior girls basketball team looks to improve on last year's successful season. \u2022 Wilton Selectman Ted Hoffstatter laces up his skates for the Wilton High alumni hockey game. \u2022 The football season ends with a loss for Wilton. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: Opera singer William Joyner sings with the Ridgefield Symphony this weekend, Let It Snow! is an exhibition of children's book illustrators at the Bruce Museum, train rides to Santa begin Sunday in Danbury, Truman Capote's Holiday Memories is in Norwalk this weekend, holiday strolls in Ridgefield and Greenwich, Mark Twain Library Art Show, the Reel Dad says Skyfall is a winner, and Steven Macoy finds improvement in the 2013 Kia RI05 SX. \u2022 Wilton Chamber Newsletter: Holiday Stroll, special events, more. Check us out on Facebook: Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin. Hundreds of people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news flashes via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by http:\/\/twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin. To subscribe to The Bulletin, click here. To find out where to buy The Bulletin, click here.