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A MOVE TO SPOKANE IS IN THE FUTURE FOR A $280,000 HIT 5 WINNER

Thanks to a long career in the Navy, Dan Bailey has traveled the world. When the Sammamish man discovered he’d won the Lottery, he knew he had one last travel plan to make: A permanent move to Spokane.

Bailey won the $280,000 Hit 5 cashpot on Saturday, September 3 from a ticket he purchased the day before at Jackson’s Food Stores in Sammamish (2936 228th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA 98075).

“I’ve lived in Sammamish for around 19 years,” Bailey said. “My family lives in Spokane and I want to be able to watch my two grandkids grow up.”

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YAKIMA RESIDENT SCORES UNEXPECTED WIN ON HIS WAY TO WORK

Playing Scratch on the way to work paid off big for longtime Washington’s Lottery player Ray Webster. The Yakima man won the top prize of $50,000 on a “Frogger” Scratch ticket he purchased from Safeway (205 N 5th Ave, Yakima, WA 98902) on Thursday, September 1.

Webster was en route to his night shift at Haas when he decided to stop and purchase a Scratch ticket.

“I figured the ‘Frogger’ game was new so I’d give it a go,” said Webster. “When I scratched the ticket and found out I won, I immediately signed the back and stuck the ticket in my pants pocket. Knowing I had a winning ticket in my pocket made my night go by so much faster!”

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TWO-TIME LOTTERY WINNER FROM MONROE PLANS TO INVEST WINNINGS IN HIS PLUMBING BUSINESS

A man from Monroe was shopping for groceries at his local Safeway (19651 US-2, Monroe, WA 98272) on Saturday, August 27 when he decided to play “$75,000 Fortune” Scratch. To his surprise, he won a top-prize, leaving the store as a $75,000 winner.

“I was scratching my ticket when money bags began popping up one after another,” said the winner. “I don’t play this game often so I brought my ticket to the register to ask if I was reading it correctly.”

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