$1 million Powerball ticket soldTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS | September 07,2013LYNDONVILLE — Vermont Lottery officials say a $1 million Powerball ticket has been sold in Lyndonviile.
The ticket was sold at the Circle K convenience on Main Street.
Officials say the winning ticket matched five out of five numbers but not the Powerball number.
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