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Montana couple claims lottery prize

Montana LotteryMontana Lottery: Montana couple claims lottery prize

A Seeley Lake, Montana, couple has claimed a Montana Cash prize from the July 1st drawing.

Montana Lottery officials say Walter and Christine Jewett won $20,000. The couple bought their winning ticket at Wold's Valley Market in Seeley Lake.

A Great Falls couple also hit it big.

Terry and Bruce Bieber claimed a $10,000 Hot Lotto prize on a ticket they bought for the June 17th drawing.

They bought the ticket at an Albertsons store in Great Falls. The Biebers are building a new home, and say the money will help with expenses.

AP

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4 comments. Last comment 10 years ago by bellyache.
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bellyache's avatar - 64x64a9wg

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Posted: July 7, 2006, 12:22 pm - IP Logged

Small prizes, but it's nice to read about some stories from Montana.

Dance like no one is watching.

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    oklahoma
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    Posted: July 7, 2006, 10:47 pm - IP Logged

    Well around these parts "small prizes" would be "free ticket" or "see clerk you won $2.00"....20,000 bucks and I'm out of debt!!!! no worriesCool

     Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!!


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      Posted: July 9, 2006, 1:32 am - IP Logged

      It's a nice story where couples win small money.

        bellyache's avatar - 64x64a9wg

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        Posted: July 9, 2006, 11:37 am - IP Logged

        I never said I woundn't take $20,000 dollars. However, in comparison to most news stories about winners it is a "small prize".

        Dance like no one is watching.