OffbeatOregon man wins $118G lottery while waiting to cash in another winning lottery ticket

08:41  07 december  2018
08:41  07 december  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

Were you a winner? 2018 saw record-breaking jackpots

Were you a winner? 2018 saw record-breaking jackpots The year flies when you’re having fun. It also flies fast when you suddenly find yourself a millionaire. 

The Oregon Lottery attempts to ensure that the winning numbers for each drawing is posted correctly on this web site. However, posted numbers are unofficial. The only official source for verifying winning numbers on a player's ticket is through the Oregon Lottery 's central computer system.

Oregon Lottery Winning numbers history. Here, you can find the Past Winning Numbers, statistics The Oregon Lottery began in the year 1985 after an amendment that approved the creation of a For this you will also be required to fill the winner claim form and send it with your signed winning ticket .

Oregon man wins $118G lottery while waiting to cash in another winning lottery ticket© Provided by WJCL 22 While the early bird catches the worm, it can also catch $118,000.

Sam Hawley, of Portland, Oregon, was waiting at a lottery payment center in Wilsonville recently to cash in a previous winning lottery ticket of $1,750.


Hawley arrived at the payment center an hour early and decided to buy another ticket — the state's Special Keno 8-Spot — while he waited, Oregon Lottery officials said in a news release Thursday.

Hawley realized when he turned in his initial winning ticket that he had just bought a $118,759 winning ticket.

All eight of his numbers used to play the game matched — winning him $25,000. The 8-spot rolling jackpot then won him another $93,759.60.

Hawley told lottery officials he had"used the same numbers for years."

Michigan State topples No. 3 Oregon 88-82.
Jenna Allen scored 27 points - including a big 3-pointer the final minute - and Michigan State handed No. 3 Oregon its first loss of the season, 88-82 on Sunday. Up by three late in the fourth quarter, the Spartans (8-1) ran the shot clock down and got the ball to Allen, who sank a 3-pointer with 34.7 seconds left, then ran down the court with her arms outstretched, holding three fingers out with each hand. Sabrina Ionescu scored 29 points for Oregon and Erin Boley added 24, but the Ducks (7-1) didn't start defending well until the final quarter, and Michigan State made enough shots late to pull out the win.

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