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Utah resident wins $1M from Powerball drawing

Utah resident wins $1M from Powerball drawing



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DENVER (AP) -- Colorado Lottery officials say a Utah resident won $1 million by matching five numbers in the Powerball drawing Saturday and choosing the Power Play option for an extra $1.

Lottery officials say the ticket holder wanted to remain anonymous.

The winner claimed the $1 million prize Monday in Grand Junction, Colo. The ticket was sold at a Loaf N Jug store in Dinosaur, just east of the Utah border. The store gets a $3,000 bonus for selling the lucky ticket.

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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