Word of the Day: Rescue

res·cue /ˈreskyo͞o/, 1. verb: to save (someone or something) from a dangerous or distressing situation “We’re our own dragons as well as our own heroes, and we have to rescue ourselves from ourselves.” Tom Robbins, 1932 – 2. noun: an act of freeing (someone or something) from danger “History or custom or social utility or some compelling sense of justice or sometimes perhaps a semi-intuitive apprehension of the pervading spirit of our law must come to the rescue of the anxious judge and tell him where to go.” Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo, 1870 – 1938 pictured: Happy students at Milan Elementary School received dictionaries from the City of Grants Fire & Rescue Department.