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Cuyahoga Falls resident claims $250,000 winning ticket


One of four claimed from March 25 Mega Millions drawing

CANTONKenneth Kish, of Cuyahoga Falls, has claimed the $250,000-winning ticket sold at Circle K in Cuyahoga Falls. He held one of four tickets sold in Ohio that matched all five numbers but not the mega ball, in a near record jackpot drawn Friday, March 25.  The jackpot, which was hit in New York, reached $319 million after accounting for all sales.

After mandatory federal and state tax withholdings, he will take home approximately $172,500.   Circle K receives a $1,000 sales bonus. The other winning tickets of the 5-of-5 prize were sold at Glenway Pony Keg in Cincinnati, Circle K in Cuyahoga Falls, Chasers Drive Thru in Wooster and Village Carryout in Columbus.

Since 1974, the Ohio Lottery has raised more than $17 billion to support K-12 education across Ohio. The Ohio Lottery transferred $728.6 million to the Lottery Profits Education Fund in FY10.
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