North Dakota Convenience Store Sold a Winning Powerball Ticket
A convenience store in Dickinson sold a winning Powerball ticket with Power Play worth $100,000.
As of Tuesday morning, no one has contacted the North Dakota Lottery office to claim the prize. The ticket was from Saturday night's drawing and matched four numbers, as well as the Powerball with a Power Play multiplier of 2. The winning numbers were 14, 25, 35, 58, 69 and the Powerball was 24.
The ticket was sold at M&H Gas, 342 W. Villard, in Dickinson. In a statement from Randy Miller, the director of the North Dakota Lottery, he mentioned this being the second time in past couple weeks that there's been a winning Powerball ticket in North Dakota worth $100,000.
The rules state that winners must claim their prize within 180 days from the date of the Powerball drawing.
The next Powerball drawing will be this Wednesday (January 17th) and is worth $62 million. Winning numbers and lottery rules can be found online at the North Dakota Lottery site.