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first_imgWNY News Now File Image.JAMESTOWN – One of the Jamestown Police Department’s newest K-9’s suddenly passed away Saturday.K-9 Promber. Image via the Chautauqua Blue Lives Matter Facebook page.K-9 Promber, who was partnered with Officer Erik Kraft, died early Saturday morning, according to the Chautauqua Blue Lives Matter group.K-9 Promber joined Jamestown Police last year.He was named in honor of retired JPD Detective Stephen Promber, who passed unexpectedly in March of 2019 due to a medical emergency. “His presence, though only felt for a short time, was lasting and will be remembered and honored forever,” wrote Chautauqua Blue Lives Matter in a post on social media. “Rest easy, Promber. You’ve earned it, good boy.”In his brief time with JPD, K-9 Promber was involved in numerous searches and operations. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_img Show Closed This production ended its run on Oct. 27, 2019 We’ve got a new friend playing singer-songwriter Carole King in the hit musical Beautiful: Broadway alum Chilina Kennedy! The new star will step in to play the Grammy-winning legend beginning March 7 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, succeeding the show’s original star Jessie Mueller, who will depart the production March 6. Break a leg, Chilina! We’re thrilled to have you “Home Again.” Star Files View Comments Related Shows Beautiful: The Carole King Musical Chilina Kennedylast_img


first_imgLording over his meal, Matt Mitrione looks right at the camera and says, “I’m eating food right now. I’m having a good time, but catch me on Saturday, when I kick this Russian in his face. Not in his nuts this time. Cheers!”That’s the explosive ending that Mitrione delivered in a Bellator MMA promotional video in anticipation of his rematch against Sergei Kharitonov in the main event of Bellator 225 (available live on DAZN) at the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn., on Saturday night. 👊 @MattMitrione says he intends to hit @KharitonovMMA where it counts this time (not the 🥜s). . Don’t miss their rematch on Saturday, August 24th at #Bellator225. 🎟 are still available at the link in our bio.A post shared by Bellator MMA (@bellatormma) on Aug 19, 2019 at 11:06am PDTJoin DAZN and watch Bellator 225: Mitrione vs. Kharitonov on Aug. 24Mitrione can find the humor in it now. But it sure wasn’t a laughing matter when an accidental groin strike left Kharitonov in a heap of pain, leading to a frustrating no-contest ruling just 15 seconds into the bout back at Bellator 215 in February.A full, arduous training camp for that?”It was a letdown,” Mitrione told Sporting News. “What happened was really just a shame — especially the reaction [Kharitonov] had was so intense. It was a letdown. It was an accident.”There’s no doubt that Mitrione’s left leg kick hit Kharitonov below the belt, but when asked if he believes the Russian laid it on pretty thick with his reaction, the Springfield, Ill., native isn’t sure.”I don’t know what that man’s testicles felt like, so I can’t say that,” Mitrione said. “Whatever it is, it is. If that’s what he says happened, that’s what happened. I can’t question him about what he felt.”It almost doesn’t matter at this point, either, as Mitrione and Kharitonov will have a chance to do what they couldn’t before — actually fight. The stakes are high for Mitrione, considering what a win would mean for his future.”It would just reaffirm that I’m arguably the second-best heavyweight in Bellator if you consider Ryan Bader the first,” Mitrione said. “I put myself in a position to enjoy the fruits of my labor and finally be a bride, not just a bridesmaid. Hopefully this Saturday goes the way I want it to go, the way I see it going, and from there, I take care of business elsewhere.”Mitrione was coming off wins over Fedor Emelianenko and Roy Nelson when he suffered a unanimous decision loss to Bader in the Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix semifinal last October, a tournament that Bader went on to win.The loss offered Mitrione (13-6, one no-contest) some valuable takeaways.”It showed me that, for the first time in my life ever, I got nervous and I showed it,” he said. “I didn’t fight the way I should have. I didn’t respond the way I should have. I just let the moment get hold of me — something I’ve never done before. It shows that I’m still human.”The 41-year-old was able to get past that loss and the disappointment of the no-contest against Kharitonov by throwing himself back into training and just being the “happiest fella I know on a daily basis,” as touted on his Instagram account.His addiction to compete from well before his short-lived NFL career and through his MMA run with UFC and Bellator hasn’t wavered. He’s still in love with the process.That same Bellator promo video also includes Mitrione saying, “I’m the same kind of idiot I’ve always been. I’m a knucklehead with a cool job.”Mitrione believes that staying balanced has allowed him to deal with anything — inside or outside of the cage — even if that means almost cutting off his own thumb while preparing dinner this past June. OoopsieA post shared by Chubby McChubberson (@mattmitrione) on Jun 4, 2019 at 9:30am PDTIf you ask Mitirone, he’ll say he feels like he’s “still the same person” he’s always been, one who will be targeting a different result in his rematch against Kharitonov. A different result accompanied by an exclamation point — a knockout instead of a low-blow kick.”I don’t know any other way — except for finishing fights with exclamation points,” Mitrione said. “It’s not something I do intentionally. It’s who I am and how I get down.” View this post on Instagramcenter_img “I was slicing sweet potatoes,” Mitrione said. “A mandoline slicer popped my thumb right off. About a minute later, I looked on the floor, and there it was just looking at me on the floor. It’s almost back to normal.” View this post on Instagramlast_img read more