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Unnamed Dickinson resident wins $100,000 in Powerball — Power Play

A Dickinson resident scored big with a $100,000 Powerball Power Play prize win on April 20.
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DICKINSON — A Dickinson resident is $100,000 richer, according to the North Dakota Attorney General's Office.

The player claimed the $100,000 Powerball with Power Play prize won on the April 20 draw and has been certified as the winner, becoming the third such winner from Dickinson in the last three years.

The lucky winner from Dickinson, who chose to remain anonymous, scored big with a quick pick ticket and says that they plan to use the winnings to pay off some bills, save some for future use and just enjoy the lucky win.

The Powerball jackpot for the Saturday, May 14, draw will be for $83 million. For winning numbers and other information, visit us on the web at LOTTERY.ND.GOV.

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