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Williston man claims $1M Powerball prize

BISMARCK -- A Williston man, who wishes to remain anonymous, has claimed his $1 million Powerball prize from last Saturday's drawing. The man, who claimed his prize Wednesday at the lottery office in Bismarck, said he didn't know the ticket was w...

BISMARCK - A Williston man, who wishes to remain anonymous, has claimed his $1 million Powerball prize from last Saturday’s drawing.
The man, who claimed his prize Wednesday at the lottery office in Bismarck, said he didn’t know the ticket was worth $1 million until Monday morning.
He said has no immediate plans for the prize winnings but he told lottery officials he is keeping retirement in mind and “maybe a few new toys.”

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