Two SE Minnesota Men Buy Lucky Lottery Tickets
Roseville, MN (KROC AM News) - At least two southeast Minnesota men have something to smile about as worries about the coronavirus crisis continue.
The Minnesota Lottery says Marvin Dildy of Albert Lea won $200,000 by playing the Lucky Lines Gold scratch game.
A Claremont man recently collected a lottery prize worth $25,000. Gerald Rysavy, Jr. won his money by playing the High Roller scratch game.
The Minnesota Lottery is still waiting to hear from another lucky winner. A ticket sold at a Minneapolis convenience store for last Friday’s Gopher 5 game won a prize worth $202,000.
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