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August 29. 2013 11:42AM

$1 million Powerball ticket sold in Concord


CONCORD – A winning $1 million Powerball ticket was sold at the Shaw's Supermarket at 20 D'Amante Drive in Concord for the Wednesday night drawing.

The winner matched five numbers in the winning number combination of 6-7-9-19-32 PB 13. The jackpot for Saturday night's drawing rolled to $142 million.

Shaw's will receive a retailer bonus of $10,000 for selling the winning ticket.

Charlie McIntyre, executive director of the New Hampshire Lottery, said, "It's been a great year for New Hampshire Lottery players as we have had many winners of the top prizes in Powerball, as well as our other lottery games."

The following is a list of top Powerball winners so far in 2013:

Aug. 7: $10,000 Powerball ticket sold at Extra Mart, Hampstead
Aug. 3: $10,000 Powerball ticket sold at Hannaford, Rochester
June 26: $10,000 Powerball ticket sold at Hampstead Center Market
June 8: $10,000 Powerball ticket sold at Concord Shell II, Concord
May 25: $10,000 Powerball ticket sold at Hannaford, Dover
May 22: $40,000 Powerball ticket sold at T-Bird Mini Mart, Newport
May 18: $1,000,000 Powerball ticket sold at Exit 3 Travel Stop, Portsmouth; $1,000,000 Powerball ticket sold at Bunny's Superette, Manchester
May 4: $10,000 Powerball ticket sold at Parker's Market and Deli, Littleton
April 13: $10,000 Powerball ticket sold at Liquor Store #32, Nashua
April 3: $40,000 Powerball ticket sold at Cumberland Farms, Hudson
March 13: $10,000 Powerball ticket sold at McKinnon's Super Butcher Shop, Salem; $1,000,000 Powerball ticket sold at Hannaford, Nashua
Feb. 23: $10,000 Powerball ticket sold at West Epping Village Market, Epping


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