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Powerball ticket worth $2 million sold in ND

Labor Day weekend was a lucky one for a North Dakota Lottery player who certainly won't have to work, at least for a while. A Powerball ticket matching Saturday night's drawing is worth $2 million. The ticket matched all five white balls, making ...

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Labor Day weekend was a lucky one for a North Dakota Lottery player who certainly won’t have to work, at least for a while.

A Powerball ticket matching Saturday night’s drawing is worth $2 million.

The ticket matched all five white balls, making it worth a cool $1 million, and because the player added the Power Play feature, the prize doubled.

The winning numbers were 10, 16, 18, 29, 45 and Powerball of 19.

The North Dakota Lottery says that due to security verification, the city and location that sold the winning ticket will be released later.

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In January, a $1 million Powerball ticket was sold in Williston.

If you’re the lucky lotto winner, sign the back of your ticket first, then call the North Dakota Lottery office at (701) 328-1574.

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