Battle of state powers shakes up Week 8 Michigan high school wrestling rankings
With eight team state championships apiece in the last decade, Detroit Catholic Central and Dundee have set the standard for high school wrestling success in Michigan. So, it was no surprise that Friday’s dual meet between the state’s top teams in Divisions 1 and 3, held at Michigan State University, featured several compelling individual matchups, including a 150-pound showdown between defending state champs Dylan Gilcher (DCC) and Aiden Davis (Dundee).mlive.com
DCC Super Duals shake up Week 6 Michigan high school wrestling power rankings
Four of the state’s top teams converged on Detroit Catholic Central Saturday for the DCC Super Duals, where the Shamrocks hosted championship contenders Davison, Lowell and Dundee, in addition to several out-of-state powers. At the end of the day, DCC defeated Lowell, 44-11, while Dundee defeated Davison, 67-9, in a pair of dual meets that produced some marquee individual matchups, including two that involved former state champs in Catholic Central’s Drew Heethuis vs. Lowell’s Jackson Blum and Davison’s Justin Gates vs. Dundee’s Kaden Chinavare.mlive.com
Underclassmen shine in Week 2 Michigan high school wrestling power rankings
It hasn’t taken long for some of the state’s top freshmen and sophomores to make their mark on Michigan’s 2022-23 high school wrestling season. Among the standouts from the second week of competition were a pair of state championship hopefuls from Dundee, as Hadyn Nutt edged fellow freshman teammate Mason Haines in the sudden victory round in the 106-pound championship match of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Invitational.mlive.com
Man killed in second crash after continuing to drive with airbags deployed from first crash
MONROE COUNTY, MI – A Dundee man was killed Wednesday afternoon after he crashed his car once then later drove off the roadway and hit a culvert sending his car airborne in a second crash. Shane Shobey, 27, of Dundee, was killed Dec. 7 in a crash on S. Custer Road, west of Dixon Road, in Raisinville Township, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. The vehicle then crashed into the ground before coming to a rest south of the roadway. Shobey was not wearing a seatbelt and his airbags appeared to have already been deployed in another crash that occurred earlier on S. Custer Road near Carrington Boulevard in Monroe Township, police said. Speed is not believed to be a factor in the crash which remains under investigation.mlive.com
16 Michigan businesses cited for COVID-19 safety violations, state says
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Michigan General Election Results for Dundee on Nov. 3, 2020
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Police seek faux delivery driver who stole cash from Dundee hotel
DUNDEE, Mich. Police are seeking the publics help to identify a person who stole cash from a hotel after posing as a Door Dash delivery driver on Sunday. The Dundee Police Department says just before midnight, the suspect faked a delivery at the Hampton Inn & Suites at 401 Powell Drive. The suspect reportedly returned to the lobby after the delivery to notify a clerk that a man was laying on the floor unconscious upstairs. Police say that after the clerk left to check on the situation, the suspect walked behind the desk counter and stole $275 from a cash drawer. The suspect reportedly fled the scene in a gray or silver four-door sedan.
Dundee police seek quick change scammer who conned Tim Hortons cashier
DUNDEE, Mich. – Dundee police are looking for quick change scammer who conned more than $146 out of a Tim Hortons cashier Sunday. A quick change scam is when a customer pays for an inexpensive item with a big bill. The customer then distracts the cashier and says they want to pay for the item with a smaller denomination after they get their change back. It happens so quickly that a cashier may not realize they already gave the scammer their change back. Police believe the man may have targeted other Metro Detroit Tim Hortons locations, as well.
Winter storm in Metro Detroit: Snow continues to pile up
DETROIT The snow began lightly this morning, picked up right on schedule, and its really coming down now across parts of the area. Early snow reports suggest that a widespread three-to-four inches has fallen, with very little accumulation southeast of a line from Trenton to Dundee to Morenci. These bands will be much more efficient snow-producers than our usual mid-winter Lake Huron snow bands, and some areas that remain under the most persistent bands could receive between one and two feet of snow. Keep in mind that these will be narrow stripes of the heaviest snow, and amount will be much less either side of where those snow bands set up. There is a light snowmaker moving in late, late Wednesday into early Thursday which may slow down that Thursday morning drive.
Metro Detroit weather: Storms moving out
DETROIT - Thunderstorms are pulling out of southeast Michigan. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning was posted for Macomb and St. Clair counties as the last line exited the state. Overnight well be watching patchy fog develop which could slow us down for the morning commute. Wednesday will be very similar, with warm and humid conditions and a chance of afternoon storms. The cold front that triggers those storms will bring relief from the humidity starting Thursday and lasting into the weekend.
Dundee Community Schools issues alert after suspicious encounter between student and man
DUNDEE, Mich. – Dundee Community Schools issued an alert Tuesday urging people to be cautious of an unknown man who approached a student and offered a ride several times. The suspicious encounter happened this morning, Dundee Police Chief Tim Garbo said. The student told school officials that while walking to school Tuesday morning along Toledo Street, an unknown man in his 60s or 70s asked the student several times if they wanted a ride. Dundee Community Schools put out an alert to all residents about the situation. The Dundee Police Department will have extra personnel on duty and on alert for any suspicious activity to help keep our students safe, and is urging people to report suspicious vehicles or individuals to police.