$120K lottery ticket sold in Kalispell

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HELENA – The Montana Lottery has awarded $208,867 in cash prizes since September 26.

Elward Barfoot, of Kalispell, claimed a $120,001 prize on Oct. 2 playing Montana Cash. The winning ticket was purchased at Kelly Rae’s on Batavia Lane in Kalispell.

Tina Rader, of Butte, claimed a $10,807 prize on Sept. 26 that was won playing Big Sky Bonus. The winning ticket was purchased at Town Pump on Continental Drive in Butte.

Darla Red Bear, of Box Elder, claimed a $20,239 prize on Sept. 28 that was won playing Big Sky Bonus. The winning ticket was purchased at the Holiday on West First Street in Havre.

Melanie Osse, of Bozeman, claimed a $12,000 prize on Oct. 5 that was won on a Power Play Silver Crossword Scratch ticket. The winning ticket was purchased at the Albertsons on South 23rd Street in Bozeman.

Todd Jacobson, of Missoula, claimed a $30,000 prize on Oct. 9 that was won on a Slingo Jewels Scratch ticket. The winning ticket was purchased at Town Pump of Woodside on U.S. Highway 93 North in Victor.

Shane Lockie, of Miles City, claimed a $15,820 prize on Oct. 9 that was won playing a new Treasure Play game, $10 Montana Jackpot, that is part of a progressive family of instant win games. Lockie won while playing at the Cellar Casino on Main Street in Miles City.

This list compiled only prizes claimed since September 26 in excess of $5,000.

The Montana Lottery was created by referendum in 1986. Since then, it has paid over $559 million in prizes and returned approximately $249 million to the State of Montana.

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