Sublette resident claims $1 million Powerball prize


Winner chooses to remain anonymous.

Winner chooses to remain anonymous.

By The Telegram

A Sublette resident has claimed the lucky Powerball ticket worth $1 million from Wednesday night's drawing.

The winner, who wished to remain anonymous, claimed the winning ticket Thursday morning at the Kansas Lottery's Great Bend office.

The Sublette resident purchased a $20 ticket and matched the first five Powerball numbers, but not the Powerball, to win the $1 million cash prize. The winning numbers in the Wednesday drawing were 03-26-28-34-42, Powerball 28.

The winning ticket was purchased at Presto 1607, located at 8 W. U.S. Highway 56 in Sublette. For selling the $1 million winning ticket, the store is eligible for a $1,000 selling bonus.

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