Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Three Democrats are \u201coutstanding.\u201d \u2022 Wilton takes another shot at getting state money for a pedestrian walkway linking town center and the train station. \u2022 Can the governor\u2019s proposal cut red tape for bridge projects like Bald Hill? \u2022 More than 100 Wiltonians will support the March for Change on Valentine\u2019s Day. \u2022 A quartet of Wilton students take the Academic WorldQuest competition in Stamford. \u2022 Republicans nominate Jeff Rutishauser for an opening on the Board of Finance. \u2022 Norwalk Hospital puts stricter visitor requirements in place. \u2022 State Rep. Gail Lavielle champions wi-fi access on Metro-North trains. \u2022 Senior advocate Wendy Seiler offers clues to \u201cNavigating the Elder Living Maze.\u201d \u2022 Letters: teacher conference days, gun control legislation, physican-assisted suicide. \u2022 The visiting nurses will offer cholesterol tests. \u2022 Joe Brenner of TASC figures it\u2019s not always how results are measured so much as\u00a0 what results are measured. \u2022 When spring comes new trees in town may be blooming. \u2022 What were the top consumer scams of 2012? \u2022 Want to write an e-book? Continuing ed offers a workshop. \u2022 You can get your heart beating with Zumba at the Y. \u2022 Police log: larceny, money-transfer scam. \u2022 State Senator Toni Boucher and state Rep. Gail Lavielle urge electrification of the Danbury branch line. \u2022 Wilton post office stamps the departure of four full-time employees. \u2022 Reading rocks! \u2022 Wilton High School team accepts \u201cThe Challenge.\u201d \u2022 Naked Greens in Wilton? You bet! \u2022 Small explorers are invited to Woodcock. \u2022 Wilton Playshop presents The Drowsy Chaperone. \u2022 There will be jazz on Sunday at the library. \u2022 Warrior Words columnist Donya Sadeghi explains skiing in Iran. \u2022 New i-Pads are slated for Miller-Driscoll thanks to the Wilton Education Foundation. \u2022 The Wilton Chamber cooks up Restaurant Week. \u2022 Invasive species will be the talk of the land trust annual meeting. \u2022 A Better Chance presents the annual I Dream a World concert. \u2022 The girls basketball team just keeps going and going and going. \u2022 Runner Shannon Quinlan has a record-breaking meet. \u2022 The boys hockey team shocks its opponents. \u2022 More sports: swimming, boys basketball, fencing, wrestling, travel basketball. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: Dancing with the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra, Stanley Meltzoff paintings in Greenwich, a free young person\u2019s concert in Southport, Canadian author Richard Ford visits Darien and Fairfield, The Reel Dad says Amour is a moving examination of aging, and the 2013 Honda Accord Touring V-6 is no slouch when it comes to luxury.