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There are more than 22,000 Lottery retail locations across California.Find a Lottery retailer near you. From Scratchers games vending machines to draw games terminals, learn about more ways to purchase Lottery tickets. A Crescent City couple can’t believe what just happened, they say they’ve got the video to prove it. The couple says you have to understand the backstory to fully appreciate the magnitude of this win.
While it still seems a bit unreal, the couple now welcomes the start of 2016 with a renewed sense of optimism. Lucky Retailers are those locations that paid out large amounts of prizes to players in the last calendar year.
You may want to update your browser to the most current version to insure that you can enjoy all the features on this site. If you choose to download a new internet browser, please select one of the following browsers to download. Jim Kitauchi is one of only about 8,000 Orosi residents, now he is one of its most rich and famous. The retailer who sold the jackpot-winning ticket, Kwik Korner Market, will receive a bonus of one-half percent, or $160,000, for selling the big winner. The winning ticket was sold at Kwik Korner Market, which is located at 41354 Road 128 in Orosi.

The 23-year-old told us she had been taking classes at a community college, but had to scale back, way back, because she couldn’t juggle that and working overnights at her former job as a warehouse worker. The possibilities are endless due to this win and they aren’t confined to our lucky winner. The retiree ended up buying three Quick Pick® tickets – one Powerball, one Mega Millions® and one SuperLotto Plus®. A few days later, another neighbor asked Long about the ticket and mentioned the description of the winner.
When it comes to Long himself, he said he doesn’t need a new car because he likes the one he has. If, however, you do not give us enough information, we may not be able to contact you or help you resolve your concern. This may include disclosing your personal information to Lottery affiliates and to other government agencies. That includes a message of hope for other Lottery players who occasionally buy tickets, just like them. We suggest you use one of the supported browsers listed below to enjoy all the features on this site.
The 53-year-old quality control inspector and life-long resident of Orosi, came forward today to claim Saturday’s $32 million SuperLotto Plus jackpot. He said he stopped by the convenience store Sunday morning where he had purchased the ticket the day before. Thanks to a huge win on a California Black Exclusive Scratchers ticket, Karen Garcia will finally get back to work on pursuing her goals. The $10 ticket that reaped such fortune was sold at the Chevron located at 11285 Sierra Avenue in Fontana (San Bernardino County).
Once it started to sink in, he headed straight for the Lottery’s District Office in San Bernardino to claim his $60 million prize. Lonnie Brookshire had played a $10 Silver & Gold Scratchers® ticket and revealed the game’s top-prize – $1 million before taxes!

He did however plan to quit his job to pursue his other passions, including opening his own restoration shop for classic cars. That’s when a neighbor stopped by and told Long the winning ticket was sold at Cardenas Market – the store with Long’s favorite popsicles. He went online and found the winning Powerball numbers from the July 19th draw – 10, 53, 17, 25, 45 and the Powerball 9. He decided to take the cash option which is an estimated lump sum amount of $35.9 million before federal taxes.
First and foremost, would be his family – Long wants to buy cars for his two daughters that live nearby. In fact, he said not much is really going to change with him, “I’m just a simple, old man.” A simple, old man with a lot more money to buy popsicles. Having to travel week after week to Eureka for treatments put a strain on the family…physical, emotional and financial. After running some errands, he went home and checked the numbers and realized he was holding the winning ticket.
You see, Long was picking up his favorite sweet treat in Fontana, when he decided to test his luck and won $60 million. The neighbor also said workers told him the winner was “a regular customer with a power wheelchair” – Long was a regular at the store and he did use a power wheelchair. Long would also like to help out others in need and possibly a local organization he cares about. Right next to that is a picture of Garcia, grinning from ear to ear, after claiming that ticket at a California Lottery District Office.

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