Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: News \u2022 Mill rate deliberations start at 26.97. \u2022 Greg Oliveras takes the stage at Ridgefield Playhouse. \u2022 Eva Zimnoch named officer of the year. \u2022 Drug-sniffing dogs may go to schools. \u2022 Best-selling author Erik Larson brings Dead Wake to Wilton. \u2022 Bear sightings in Wilton. \u2022 Democrats plan to listen before adopting platform. \u2022 Amphibian walk in New Canaan. \u2022 What\u2019s open and closed on Good Friday?\u2022 Wilton Library upgrades its wi-fi system. \u2022 Consul general talks Chile, diplomacy and life in Wilton. \u2022 Tree committee will mark Arbor Day with \u2018notable trees.\u2019 \u2022 In-home consigning starts for Minks to Sinks sale. \u2022 Town cleanup successful but incomplete. \u2022 Visiting nurses offer \u201cTalking to Your Doctor\u201d workshop. \u2022 Political scientist will speak at Democratic Town Committee breakfast. \u2022 Chamber of Commerce celebrates 25 years in Wilton. \u2022 News Notes: Amphibians migrate late, Grant helps food pantries, Support for loss of loved one. \u2022 Police Log: Forgery, Domestic, Master-key thief, Found property. Schools \u2022 Warrior Words: The true meaning behind senior superlatives. \u2022 Wilton High School students petition against new security policy. \u2022 Student enrollment: Continued decline projected over next eight years. \u2022 Threat assessment coordinator position remains unfilled. \u2022 Student briefs: Fairfield University, Pomfret School. \u2022 Warrior Words columnists wanted. Social \u2022 Congregation bids farewell to rabbi and his family. \u2022 Artist converses with color. \u2022 Wiltonian awarded for improving human and ecological communities. \u2022 Sunrise Easter service at Hillside Cemetery. \u2022 Wilton seniors perform in their last Walter Schalk School of Dance Spring Revue. Opinion \u2022 Editorial: Awareness. \u2022 Letter: Women\u2019s team deserves congratulations. \u2022 Letter: A great job by both basketball teams. \u2022 Letter: Enrollment report paints rosy picture. \u2022 Letter: \u2018Panhandler\u2019 has seemingly legitimate issues. \u2022 The TASC List: Pulling together. \u2022 Notes From the Board Table: Issue of weighted grades elicits big response. Business \u2022 Wilton designer brings sparkle to Warrior pride. \u2022 Cooking with Dick: The kitchen shouldn\u2019t be intimidating. \u2022 Get the low-down on essential oils. Obituaries \u2022 Christa Emmerich. \u2022 John Osterholm. Sports \u2022 Murph\u2019s Turf: Best-of awards for winter sports. \u2022 With the Wilton High School girls tennis team\u2019s bump up to Class L, state title repeat gets a lot tougher. \u2022 Platform tourney draws field of 192. \u2022 With Noah Farrell gone, depth will be key for the Wilton High School boys tennis team. \u2022 Wahoos second at age group state championship meet. \u2022 Gymnast Jessica Olin captures all-around at state championships. \u2022 Wilton U11 boys soccer team advances to championship game. \u2022 Wilton Y Level 6 gymnasts win states. \u2022 Team Thompson won championship in the Warrior Recreation Basketball program\u2019s girls 5-6 division. \u2022 Team Ketley won the Warrior Recreation Basketball program\u2019s fifth grade boys championship. \u2022 Team Musilli won the Warrior Recreation Basketball girls 7-8 title. Arts & Leisure The Walnut Beach business community in Milford is using art to revitalize the area and draw in visitors. The Twice Baked Twins share their Nana\u2019s Easter tradition: Ricotta Pie. While We\u2019re Young is a somewhat melancholy comedy with an appealing appearance by Charles Grodin. Steven Macoy tests out the new Dodge Charger. The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook \u2014 become one of our 1,012 friends and get news updates. Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin.2, 784 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin.