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Stunned Delaware workers to claim $214 million Powerball jackpot
A Delaware lawyer representing a group of employees at a Delaware printing firm says the group is stepping forward to claim a $214 million Powerball jackpot.Attorney George B. Smith says the winners are 33 employees at Sussex Printing Corporation who took part in an office pool. Smith says they chose the cash option of almost $117 million, rather than annuity payments stretching over 29 years.He says after taxes, each of the workers will receive about $2.2 million. Smith describes the workers ...
Oct 13, 2004, 8:57 am - Lottery News forum
$214 million Powerball lottery ticket sold in Delaware
Someone who bought a Powerball ticket in Delaware has a secret worth $214.7 million dollars.And as eager as Wayne Lemons is to know who the lucky winner of Saturday's jackpot is, the state lottery director advises that mystery person not to rush into his office. Take a very deep breath, take another, wait and talk to the best lawyers and tax advisers, and put the ticket in a safe place, Lemons said Sunday. We believe in a situation like this with so much money involved, the winner should get g ...
Oct 11, 2004, 6:00 pm - Lottery News forum
Delaware agent wins "fastest lottery fingers" award
The second time was the charm for Aimee Truitt.Miss Truitt, 18, of Georgetown, Delaware, walked away with $800 after winning the Delaware Lottery's 12th annual Fastest Fingers championship March 30 in Dover.A clerk at Bodie's Market in Georgetown, Miss Truitt was one of 14 terminal operators from Delaware Lottery retail stores eligible to compete in the finals. Competitors raced through a test that determined which operator could produce a set number of lottery tickets in the shortest time. Mi ...
Apr 8, 2004, 6:18 am - Lottery News forum
Del. Lottery shuts sales at two sites
The Delaware Lottery Office has removed machines from two stores because of undisclosed debts, including a Bear newsstand that long has been one of the state's top ticket sellers, the state lottery director said Thursday.James T. Doody, owner of The News Basket at Fox Run Shopping Center in Bear, and Books-N-Things Too at Suburban Plaza in Newark, had his license to sell lottery tickets revoked about two weeks ago, director Wayne Lemons said.Lemons said Doody's two stores, and one he recently so ...
Oct 6, 2003, 5:51 am - Lottery News forum