Thursday, May 28, 2009

Powerball Winner

Someone is South Dakota has the one winning ticket in Wednesday night's $232 million Powerball jackpot. The prize, originally estimated at $222 million, came in higher than expected due to heavy sales around the country. Wisconsin had eight major Powerball winners, including a $200,000 winning ticket sold at Waterford Self Serve in Waterford in Racine County.
Appleton (2) at Richmond Citgo and at Woodman's Food Market. Black River Falls at Federated Co-op Jefferson at the Jefferson County Market on Highway 26. Kenosha at Anjum Enterprises, 8211 Sheridan Road. Neenah at Pump N Munch West Baraboo at M&R Travelmart. One ticket will become a $30,000 winner thanks to the Power Play multiplier, but state lottery officials will not which ticket that is, until processing takes place overnight.
None of the tickets sold for the latest Hoosier Lotto game matches all six numbers drawn, so the jackpot rises to an estimated $3 million for Saturday's drawing. The winning Hoosier Lotto numbers drawn Wednesday are 4, 15, 22, 30, 32 and 45. Meanwhile, one ticket sold in South Dakota for the Powerball game's $232.1 million jackpot Wednesday night matched all six numbers drawn. Those numbers are 5, 6, 12, 16, 21 and the Powerball, 7. The Power Play was 3.

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