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MARYSVILLE MAN WINS $50,000 PLAYING SCRATCH, PLANS TO SAVE FOR SON’S COLLEGE EXPENSES

A Marysville man is celebrating a $50,000 lottery win after playing “Lady Luck” Scratch. He purchased his winning ticket from a local Albertsons (301 Marysville Mall).

The man told lottery officials that when he first scratched the ticket, he was alone in his kitchen after this family went to bed. Realizing he held a winning ticket, he ran upstairs to wake his wife. “My wife didn’t believe I won,” shared the winner. “She told me to go to sleep and check the ticket again in the morning. I had such a hard time trying to fall asleep because I was so excited.”

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WINNER, WINNER, CHICKEN DINNER! SNOHOMISH MAN WINS $75,000

Travis Gartside of Snohomish is celebrating a $75,000 lottery win after playing “Winner Winner Chicken Dinner” Scratch. He purchased the winning ticket from Vic’s Market in Snohomish (615 Bowen St).

Gartside told lottery officials that after buying a few Scratch tickets, he bumped into a friend from high school and the two decided to catch up over drinks. With four tickets total, they each scratched two. His friend scratched the big winner.

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FORTUNE COOKIE LEADS VANCOUVER MAN TO $125,000 LOTTERY PRIZE

A Vancouver man is feeling very fortune-ate after a $125,000 Hit 5 win.

The man was enjoying a fortune cookie when he noticed that the cookie contained three fortunes. Two of the messages inside the cookie read, “Buy a ticket. All your financial troubles will soon be solved.” Following his gut, the man purchased a Hit 5 ticket at a local Plaid Pantry (1002 W Fourth Plain Blvd), for the July 19 drawing.

When he checked the ticket later, the man thought he won $125. After a closer look, he was overwhelmed with happiness to discover that he had actually won $125,000.

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$190,000 Hit 5 winner celebrates HIS WAY TO An EARLY RETIREMENT

After a recent $190,000 Hit 5 win, Michael Robinson of Everett is looking forward to an early retirement celebration. Robinson purchased his winning ticket for the July 2 drawing from an Everett-area Safeway (11031 19th Ave SE).

Robinson told lottery officials that he had bought a ticket for an earlier Hit 5 drawing and won $1. He decided to use that money to play Hit 5 again, and purchased what would become his lucky, winning ticket.  

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