Someone in southwest Kansas is a bit wealthier after winning a $1 million prize in a Powerball drawing this week.
The Garden City Telegram reports a Sublette resident who doesn't want to be identified claimed the prize Thursday morning at the Kansas Lottery's office in Great Bend.
The winning ticketholder bought $20 in tickets at a convenience store in Sublette, one of which matched the first five Powerball numbers, but not the Powerball, in Wednesday's drawing.
The store will get a $1,000 bonus for selling the ticket.
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