Two from Fayetteville share $1 million Powerball win | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Two from Fayetteville share $1 million Powerball win

Posted By on Wed, Sep 27, 2017 at 4:15 PM

Two Fayetteville residents, Kelly Buckley and Anthony Shepard, are sharing $1 million from a ticket they bought for the Sept. 16 Powerball drawing. They had five correct numbers, but not the Powerball number.

A lottery news release said Buckley, a teacher, would put her money in a college trust fund. Shepard said he'd continue in his job laying concrete. After taxes, they split about $670,000.

They their ticket at Tobo's 66 on Wilston Street in Fayetteville. It was the 58th million-dollar ticket sold in Arkansas since lottery sales began.

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