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The Alaskan Sourdough Trust Accepts Winnings

OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 31, 2012)
– The $2 million winning Powerball ticket, from the May 16th drawing, has been claimed at Lottery headquarters today by Steve W. Stichman, attorney-at-law, acting as Trustee for The Alaskan Sourdough Trust of Edmond.

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The winning Powerball ticket successfully matched five of five white balls, which is a $1 million prize.  By adding the Power Play option, the winning ticket doubled the prize to $2 million. After taxes, The Alaskan Sourdough Trust will receive $1,420,000. 

The May 16th winning ticket was purchased at a convenience store located at 1100 N. Santa Fe in Edmond and operated by long-time lottery partner, Murphy USA.

Oklahoma has had four Powerball jackpot winners and the prize payment to The Alaskan Sourdough Trust is the 19th prize of $1 million
or more paid to Oklahoma winners.  The Oklahoma Lottery is still looking for the 20th millionaire who won the $1 million prize drawn
on August 8th.

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