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October 14, 2011

Princeton Man Claims $2.8 Million Lotto Jackpot

Story Photo A Princeton man has come forward with the winning ticket from the Oct. 5 Missouri Lottery Lotto drawing. Ron Orndorff, 59, matched all six Lotto numbers to win the $2.8 million jackpot. He purchased the winning ticket at Snappy Store, 501 N. College Ave., in Princeton.
   
Orndorff used Quick Pick to select the winning numbers, which were: 4, 11, 17, 27, 31 and 33. Snappy Store will receive a bonus equal to 1 percent of the advertised jackpot amount, or $28,000, for selling the winning ticket. 
   
Orndorff selected to receive his prize in a lump-sum payment of $1,497, 847.
   
Lotto is twice-weekly Draw Game with jackpots that start at $1 million. This is the 208th jackpot awarded in the game. Lotto is the longest-running game in Missouri Lottery history, beginning in 1986.

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