2006-03-17 15:46:32.813

Cole Camp Business Man Uncovers $10,000 On Lottery Ticket

Story Photo The owner of the historic Cole Camp Inn has more green this St. Patrick’s Day after he uncovered a $10,000 prize on a Missouri Lottery "$75,000 Tax-Paid" Scratchers ticket. Robert Sublett, 67, said he and his wife, Shirley, plan to buy a new big-screen television with the prize money and put what’s left in the bank.
The $5 ticket was the only ticket Sublett purchased on March 10, when he stopped at Casey’s, 508 W. Main in Cole Camp.
"$75,000 Tax-Paid" is a $5 Scratchers game that began on Dec. 24, 2005.

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