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North Dakota has big winners for Powerball

North Dakota had its own winners in one of the largest lotteries in history, and one was sold in Dickinson. The Family Fare Supermarket #121 sold a ticket for Wednesday's Powerball worth $30,000. Another $30,000 ticket was sold at Leroy's MVP gas...

North Dakota had its own winners in one of the largest lotteries in history, and one was sold in Dickinson.
The Family Fare Supermarket #121 sold a ticket for Wednesday’s Powerball worth $30,000. Another $30,000 ticket was sold at Leroy’s MVP gas station in Mandan. A third ticket worth $10,000 was sold at the North Hill Enerbase Cenex store in Minot.
Wednesday’s Powerball was worth $564.1 million, the third-largest in the game’s history. Three winning tickets were sold in Texas, Puerto Rico and North Carolina. The Powerball rolled over for nearly three months, pushing the jackpot beyond the half-billion.
The Press was unable to confirm if the prize money had been claimed as of Saturday.

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