2008-05-05 16:04:14.54

Hallsville Man Uncovers $20,000 Prize

Story Photo A Hallsville man uncovered a $20,000 prize on a Missouri Lottery “Big Bang Bucks” Scratchers ticket.  Stephen "Steve" Clark, 50, said he purchased the winning ticket on May 4 during his normal stop at Ed’s Quik Stop, 13101 N. Route B in Hallsville, after church to buy a newspaper and a Lottery ticket.

Clark said he scratched the ticket at home and thought at first that it was worth $20.

"I was happy with the $20," he told Lottery officials when he claimed his prize on May 5.  "But then I kept scratching more zeros.  I couldn’t believe it."

Clark, who is a sheet metal worker with Local 36, said he and his wife, Melody, plan to put their winnings into a "nest egg" for now.

"Big Bang Bucks," a $2 game, officially began on May 3.

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